Fallen from Grace
Xulon Press, 2003 - 276 pages
"Legalism is a toxic poison that will affect your life, marriage, relationships, and ministry. It is responsible for more darkness in the Body of Christ than anything else." Legalism breeds self-righteousness, spiritual pride, boasting, guilt, despair, fear, intimidation, insecurity, and bondage. In this 2nd edition, the theology of grace, legalism, and apostasy are presented in one compelling volume. Charles Smoot, a former United Pentecostal Church International (U. P. C.) minister, reveals why legalism is a dangerous religious phenomenon that is dug in and entrenched in many churches and movements today. Justification, election and calling, perseverance, eternal security, holiness, backsliding, apostasy, reprobation, the unpardonable sin, the sin unto death, suicide, and more are examined from the vantage point of Calvary and the finished work of Jesus Christ. Only God's grace can lead the believer to righteousness, humility, faith, hope, love, peace, security, and liberty. Fallen from Grace will challenge your theology and cause you to examine your belief system. It will expose legalism and call you back to grace, Calvary, and the blood."
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Faith Works And FaithWorks
The Two Coverings
The Two Offerings
The Two Prayers
Other editions - View all
Fallen from Grace: Understanding the Theology of Grace, the Dangers of ...
Charles E. Smoot
No preview available - 2013
Common terms and phrases
Abraham according Acts Adam already apostle atonement basis believer believer's Bible blood blood of Jesus body born bring Cain called Calvary church coming confess covenant dead death doctrine election emphasis added eternal faith fall Father favor finished flesh gifts give given glory God's gospel grace grace and truth hath heart heaven Holy Spirit human important Isaac James Jesus Christ John judgment justified king kingdom legalism legalist living look Lord mean merit mind ministry Moses nature never offered Old Testament Paul Pentecostal person Pharisees phase preach preservation principle promise prophets received redemptive refer rejected repentance reprobate revealed righteousness salvation sanctified saved scripture shadow Sinai sins speak Spirit of grace standing substitution teaching thee theology things thou true trust truth understand unto