Returning to Grace

We know that Jesus gave his life on the cross of Calvary. But do we know what it really means to us?

According to the Old Testament, shedding the blood of a sacrificial lamb provided sinners with the forgiveness of sins – one that had to be repeated whenever a new act of sin was committed. The New Testament teaches us, however, that the one-time sacrifice of Jesus was given for all mankind for the forgiveness of every past, present, and coming sin. When Jesus died on the cross, we were all unconditionally forgiven.

But being forgiven does not mean being saved. Because of this universal forgiveness of sins, we can now be saved regardless of our deeds, through faith alone, by receiving Jesus into our lives. This is the original, biblical gospel, so well comprehended and declared by Apostle Paul. This simple, childlike message of salvation has been shared by evangelists and Sunday School teachers of all time.

But don't you find it curious that this is NOT the gospel Christian theology has taught for the past sixteen hundred years? The theological teaching on God's grace has always been based on the thinking of a fifth century theologian who assumed that when Jesus died on the cross, all sins were of course atoned for, sort of, but none were forgiven. According to this theologian, the forgiveness of sins was to be administered later on by the Church and the Holy Spirit, through the sacraments or as a reward for sincere repentance.

RETURNING TO GRACE is probably the first book in the world to point out the radical change that took place in the fifth century, how the original message of the cross was replaced by a familiar looking but fundamentally different gospel without anyone noticing. It shows why the subsequent theological teaching in every denomination today tends to rob us of the freedom and peace we are meant to have in the Lord.

This little book will probably change your understanding on the atonement of Christ for ever. Indeed, it may well change your whole life.

Returning to Grace is available on Amazon, and it can also be ordered through other bookstores in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. (ISBN 978-952-498-460-7, 80 pages)

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