An exposition of the Book of Galatians and other relevant topics.
Exactly what must one do to receive eternal life? The answer should be easy for Bible believing followers of Messiah, but too many believers think they can and need to add to their salvation some kind of work. Salvation by grace through faith seems inadequate.
In Faith Alone, Arnold Fruchtenbaum expounds on the necessary condition of salvation. He compares the Law of Moses with the Law of Messiah and responds to those who contend that salvation is earned by works or obedience to the Law of Moses. By looking closely at Paul’s arguments in his letter to the Galatians, Dr. Fruchtenbaum expounds the truth that salvation is indeed by grace through faith alone.
“After 30 years of involvement with our Messianic movement, I know we need this book! Confusion exists regarding Law and Grace, and the message of Messiah’s Good News will be brought into clear focus for both Jewish and Gentile believers by this book.” — Mottel Baleston, Messianic Jewish Teacher
“The title of this book, Faith Alone: The Condition of our Salvation, reflects the 2000 year old battle still raging concerning the understanding of the relationship between faith and works. What are the conditions toward salvation? What role does faith and works employ towards ones’ salvation? Some have misunderstood the words of James and have erringly put him in opposition to Paul as concerning this fundamental teaching; Dr. Fruchtenbaum demonstrates that both of these New Testament writers spoke under the same Spirit. His exceptional linear exposition on this subject will clarify this deeply important doctrine.” — Jacques Isaac Gabizon, Pastor, Leader of Beth Ariel Messianic Congregation, Montreal, Quebec
Based upon Messianic Bible Studies: The Book of Galatians, The Law of Moses and the Law of Messiah, The Conditions of Salvation, and The Lordship of the Messiah (purchased hereindividually), this fully revised volume beautifully unifies the theme of “faith alone” from the book of Galatians and beyond, now with newly expanded material including answers to objections.
- Paperback: 144 pages