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Abraham Was Justified Multiple Times: Catholics and Protestants Both Wrong

Abraham was justified by faith, ie., his account before God was reckoned to be righteous, multiple times. These multiple times were recorded by Old Testament and New Testament scripture. Protestants have taught that justification is a one time event. This is simply wrong and Abraham is proof of this. There are references to justification in the past from the Apostles' writings, and these are important in recognizing the status of justification. Once justified, the elect of God will be justified to the end. Catholics have taught multiple justifications but teach that one can fall out of the state of righteousness. This is an evil doctrine that must be rejected! Once justified, the believer is eternally Christ's, sealed with the Spirit! However, to ignore multiple justifications in the life of our example of justification, Abraham, is simply stupid and ignorant. The Protestants are antinomian in this view. The law of Christ, faith to the end, continues to the end of life

Christ Did Not Abolish the Law of Moses but His Death Did!

Christ did not abolish the law of Moses while he lived. Indeed, he fulfilled it as not other could. But with His death, the law of Moses was abolished . With His resurrection, the New Law of Christ was eternally established. Here are just a few scriptures that show this to be the case from the NIV: Rom 6:14:   14  For sin shall no longer be your master, because you are not under the law, but under grace. 2:Cor 3:11 7  Now if the ministry that brought death, which was engraved in letters on stone, came with glory, so that the Israelites could not look steadily at the face of Moses because of its glory, transitory though it was, 8  will not the ministry of the Spirit be even more glorious? 9  If the ministry that brought condemnation was glorious, how much more glorious is the ministry that brings righteousness! 10  For what was glorious has no glory now in comparison with the surpassing glory. 11  And if what was transitory came with glory, how much greater is th