Mr. Camping wrongly asserts that God views a believer's act of believing as a "work" and God then rejects it as He does all works of the law by sinners. This sermon refutes this perverse teaching by Mr. Camping and gives the proper Scriptural interpretation for the "faith of Christ."
Great Sermon! So good to hear this refutation so clearly explained. I am in a bible believeing church, but due to harold camping my husband has left the church and follows h. c. H. C. has caused a great deal og confusion and to me the worst thing is he now says that Christs death on the cross is only symbolic. I will continue to go to church, but please pray for my husband. Thank you, Julie
Pray to God that he may Preach his Gospel to us cycle of faith
Rom 1:17 For therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith: as it is written, The just shall live by faith.
(in the gospel the righteousness of god is revealed to those who believe in Jesus Christ who is a mystery now revealed to them in Gospel (those who believe will see that they are covered with righteousness of God and the are in his marvelous light). the revelation of this righteousness of God through faith creates in them again faith this cycle will continue so that just may live by faith)
Gal 5:5 For we through the Spirit wait for the hope of righteousness by faith. (The righteousness of God covers us by faith in Jesus Christ, we again wait for that righteousness which we hope that will be revealed again in the Gospel by hearing with faith and this cycle will continue)
Richard Knott (6/22/2003)
from Los Angeles, California
Finally, some clarity on this topic. I want to thank Dr.Allison for teaching the correct understanding of the "Faith of Christ" verse found in Galatians 2:16. He does this with godly scholarship which I believe every teacher of God's Word should possess. Harold Camping and his followers need to humble themselves and admit error in this teaching, it has caused extreme anxiety to many.
Dr. Mark Allison has been president of Geneva Reformed Seminary since October 2015. Before becoming president, he was pastor of the Free Presbyterian Church of Malvern, PA (2000-2016), and adjunct professor at GRS, where he lectured in English Bible and Practical Theology. In training for...