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Clinging to a Counterfeit Cross

Clinging to a Counterfeit Cross

by James P. Shelly

An Argument for the Necessity of Obedience in the Christian Life

Copyright © 2012 by James P. Shelly
Published by Chronicles of Truth
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Unless otherwise indicated, Scripture quotations are from The Holy Bible, New King James Version, copyright © 1979, 1980, 1982 by Thomas Nelson, Inc., Nashville, Tennessee. Bold or bracketed text in Scripture quotations represents author’s emphasis.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction

CHAPTER 1. The Enormity of the Error of Perverting the Gospel

CHAPTER 2. The Biblical Terms of Salvation vs. Modern Day Misconceptions

CHAPTER 3. Regeneration: The Creation of a New Man

CHAPTER 4. Sanctification: The Growth of the New Man

CHAPTER 5. We Walk By Faith Not By Sight

CHAPTER 6. The Christian's Cross

CHAPTER 7. The Lordship of Christ

CHAPTER 8. The Carnal Christian

CHAPTER 9. The Necessity of Bearing Fruit in The Parables of Christ

CHAPTER 10. Saint or Sinner?

CHAPTER 11. Righteousness vs. Self-righteousness

CHAPTER 12. Can a Christian Backslide?

CHAPTER 13. Love vs Law—Legalism—License

CHAPTER 14. Sin and the Misinterpretation of Romans 7

CHAPTER 15. Conclusion: Examine Yourselves As To Whether You Are In The Faith

APPENDIX 1. Quotes and Confessions in Church History

APPENDIX 2. The unaided Scriptural evidence that the Grace of the New Covenant has as its primary objective the obedience of its recipient to the extent that salvation is not obtained without it.

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Pastor Darryl Reinsel says...
Awesome Book Especially Chapter 6. Listened to the Entire Book now about 8 times. Would recommend it to all pastors and those who really desire to know what kind of faith God has called us to. One has to ask the question, "When the Son of Man returns, Will He find Faith on the earth?" So much of what is called 'faith' today, is nothing more than religion. Pastors simply copy and paste instead of studying the Word for themselves. They don't want to provoke people to a Holy Life, they just want everyone to feel good and keep coming.

http://abidinginhim.org/
8th December 2014 1:24pm
Faith says...
I like the book!
I like your book even though I only read a little bit of it. I love you.
8th December 2014 1:25pm
Austin says...
Student
How can i get a hard copy of this book? and how much would it cost?
thanks.
8th December 2014 1:26pm
Nicholas says...
This book is such a powerful tool to build up the Church in love and holiness. This book shows beyond all doubt that our God commands us to love Him and serve Him with our whole being--nothing less. What is so incredibly obvious through the Bible (and, naturally, this book) is so rarely taught in the United States today, especially towards our nation's youth. As a middle school teacher at a private Christian school, I can say with full certainty that J.P. Shelly's book should be required reading so both youths and adults will know that the Bible is the absolute Truth and nothing less.
8th January 2015 5:35am
FRANK ANDRUZZI says...
i would like to buy a hard copy of the book titled clinging to a counterfeit cross by james p shelly thank you
26th January 2016 2:42pm
FRANK ANDRUZZI says...
i would like to buy a hard copy of the book titled clinging to a counterfeit cross by james p shelly thank you
26th January 2016 2:48pm
Luke says...
I've enjoyed chapters 10 and 14. By the table of contents I couldn't if you touch on a certain topic in any of the chapters, namely, the teaching that Jesus was separated from the Father while on the cross and that God "turned his back on Jesus" while on the cross. I think the message of both John and Psalm 22 teach otherwise and I was wondering if you touch on that in your book.
27th October 2016 1:20am
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