Far too often, postmodern Evangelical churches have made a corrupt bargain to attract and retain members.
Scripture tells us that there is a vast difference between living a good moral life and living a sanctified life.
The Biblical definition of "good works" is not merely "good deeds". Biblical "good works" encompass every aspect of our thinking and conduct before God.
Two opposite but equally deadly errors about good works have troubled the church throughout its history. Both are very much alive today.
The knowledge of God is like a garment we put on that is way too big for us. We need to continually to grow into it.
Believers and unbelievers test the knowledge of God by two very different standards, with two completely opposite results.
From the Garden of Eden to the present day, Satan seeks to convince believers that they need something more than the wisdom and knowledge of God.
The knowledge of God in Christ is the Christian's stability in a world in which much of the church has descended into spiritual madness.
Knowledge of God in Christ is designed to have the practical effect of controlling our comprehension and application of Biblical truth in all areas of life.
Knowledge of Jesus Christ is the foundation of everything for the Christian, for this life and for the life to come. The Apostle Paul said that his great quest was "that I may know Him."