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All biblical doctrines are related to practice, and the doctrine of "justification" is no exception. Jesus Christ personally stepped into the separation between the sinner and the holy God, offered the obedience required by God, endured God’s wrath and was resurrected, so that we could have eternal life and live in the presence of the Triune God; what could be better than this What's more practical and relevant? This booklet clarifies the doctrine of "justification by faith" through the expressions of Adam, Noah, Abraham and Jesus Christ of the New Testament in Genesis, as well as the creeds of the past. Finally, it also explains the biases of "legalism" and "anti-legalism".
Discussion Questions: After reading this booklet, you can think about the following questions: - In the initial covenant between God and man, what responsibilities did God give to man? What are the results when people follow or disobey God's commands? - Where did the first gospel announcement in the Bible appear? And did Adam believe in God's promise? - How does God point to Christ and His work through the Old Testament? How are the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus related to our justification? - Please describe the process of the covenant between God and Abraham. What are the promises in it? What are the similarities and differences with previous appointments? - What verses in the Bible compare the actions and results of Adam and Jesus (the last Adam)? - Regarding the doctrine of justification by faith, what arguments have been opposed over the ages. - After reading this booklet, do you think that doctrine is closely related to life practice?