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by Ronald R. Shea, Th.M., J.D
Topics Touching the Message of Salvation
— The Creator —
Curriculum Outline and Study Guide | Resurrection | Assurance | Baptism | The Bema | Calvinism | The Gospel Message & Content of Saving Faith | The Creator | Dispensationalism | Eternal Security | Evangelism & Discipleship | Expiation, Propitiation and Redemption | Faith | Fruit . .. Don't you need it? | Grace | Hebrews 10 | Hebrews 6:1-15 | Heirship and Rewards | James 2:14-26 | Jesus is God | 1st John | John MacArthur | Justification | Bilateral Contract Salvation or "Lordship Salvation" | The Market Driven Church | Perseverance of the Saints | Predestination and Free Will | Public Confession of Christ | Regeneration | Repentance | Roman Catholicism | Salvation | Sanctification | The Sheep and Goats Judgment | Silly Gospel Substitutes | "Sovereign" (Irresistible) Grace | Stewardship of the Gospel Message | The Modern "Testimony" | The Ten Commandments: Their Relationship to the Believer | Theology and Doctrine | Total Depravity and `The Bondage of the Will` | Worship Music | Appendix I: Church History from a Free Grace perspective
The Divinity of Jesus and the Message of Salvation
Creation and the Doctrine of God
The Creator in the Classroom, a Legacy of Lunacy: Introduction
Chapter 1: The First Amendment, A Grammatico-Historical Analysis
Chapter 2: Vertical Incorporation of the Bill of Rights
Chapt 3: The Horizontal Incorporation of the Bill of Rights
Chapter 3: Continued
Chapter 4: Exegesis of the First Amendment
Chapter 4 Continued
Appendix to Chapter 4: The Anahporic Article
Chapter 5: The Declaration of Independence
Chapter 6: Modern Science, Starting at the Conclusion
Chapter 6: Continued
Chapter 7: The Philosophy of Science
Chapter 7: Continued
Chapter 8: Evolution: The Sine Qua Non
Chapter 9: Thermodynamcs and the Genesis of Life
Chapter 10: Biology and the Evolutionary Hypothesis
Chapter 10: Biology and Evolution Continued
The Creator in the Classroom: Conclusion
Appendix: The Religious Freedom Amendment

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Ronald R. Shea, Th.M., J.D.
Faith has an object and a content.
The object of saving faith is our Lord Jesus Christ.  However, a name is simply an emblem of the truths associated with a person's character, and that it is a person's character that sanctifies, or sullies his name, not the name that sanctifies or sullies a person's character.  We believe that this is why God has "magnified His Word above His name" (Psalm 138:2).  It is the eternal truths of God's divine nature, as revealed in His word, that give meaning and awe to His name.  Accordingly, we believe that the name "Jesus" and the word "gospel" are not magic words, and that to simply speak of "Jesus" or the "gospel" when divorced from the essential truths of Jesus Christ and His glorious gospel is to preach "another Jesus" (2nd Corinthians 11:3-4) and "another gospel" (Galatians 1:6-7) in whom and in which there is no salvation.  A cursory examination of cults and movements afoot will disclose that Jesus is taught to be:
t the brother of Lucifer (Mormonism);
t a prophet who will be raised from the dead along with Mohamed and "break the cross" (end the myth that He died on the cross to pay for our sins), (Islam);
t a homosexual (http://skeptically.org/newtestament/id5.html).
In view of the above beliefs about Jesus (and many other false teachings), it can be stated with certainty that faith in J-E-S-U-S has never saved anyone, and never will.  The gospel message is not a lesson in how to pronounce Jesus' name according to the preferences of a certain language or culture.  Saving faith is faith in certain truths and attributes ascribed to Jesus; knowledge of who Jesus is, and what He accomplished for us at the cross.  To this end, any saving profession of faith in Jesus Christ must include an affirmation of the divinity of Jesus Christ.  Jesus Christ is the Eternal God who became a man.
Because belief in the divinity of Jesus is repeated over and over in Scripture as part of the message of salvation (Matthew 16:16-18; John 8:23-24 & 58; 11:25-27; 20:31; Acts 9:20; 16:30-31; 1st John 5:13), an adherence to doctrines and beliefs that are logically incompatible with the divinity of Christ must necessarily constitute a denial of the message of salvation.  To believe such is therefore to believe in "another Jesus," (2nd Corinthians 11:3-4) and "another gospel" (Galatians 1:6-7).

The Divinity of Jesus and the Message of Salvation


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