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Relating to actions or deeds and their relationship with, and place in, Christian life and soteriology

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It is common for Protestant doctrinal statements to say that good works are the fruits of faith. For example: We confess that good works are necessary fruits of faith in the life of a Christian … cooperation on the part of the regenerate Christian in his or her life of sanctification. Good works do not earn or contribute to one’s salvation, but they naturally flow from the living faith which is …
asked Aug 3 '16 by Lee Woofenden
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A previous question of mine, "What is the biblical basis for the belief that good works are the fruits of faith?" provides examples of Protestant faith statements using the formula, "good works are … the fruits of faith," and asks for the biblical basis of that belief. The answers to that question so far have confirmed my initial thought that the Bible does not say in plain words that good works
asked Mar 9 '17 by Lee Woofenden