Robert Sungenis Responds to Todd Friel Video Titled "Sorry Catholics, but James teaches faith alone!" from Nov 26, 2019

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  1. So, I have a question. How can anyone have "works" unless first they have been saved by "grace" (faith)?

    Seems to me that this is obvious, and what Todd Friel was saying was exactly what Paul said.

    So does the bible actually contradict itself, or are we just not able, or willing, to consider that what is clear in all places, can't be contradicted in just one place...James.

    So then, we take James and cross reference it with Paul and we see that James has to be speaking of the fact that if you just raise your hand at a crusade, then you just go right on with your sinful existence, seems like there was an instance where Jesus talked about that very thing....... Parable of the sower seed fell on rocky ground, sprouted up immediately, but then wasted away because there was no roots. Still other seed fell on good soil, where it produced a crop—a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was sown. So once you receive with good "soil" then it follows that there is growth...(works).

    Seems difficult at first, but we should all recognize that the Holy Spirit doesn't contradict himself...EVER.

    So here the Lor

    1. There is no contradiction.
      That's the issue.
      Protestant theology would create a rift/contradiction between Paul and James, if they claim that faith alone justifies, and yet, James says works justify.
      The problem is therefore the "alone" part.
      Faith justifies, correct, but a faith that is working through love aka works.
      So, Paul and James agree, because both were inspired by the same Holy Spirit.
      Also, it seems apparent, you didn't watch Robert Sungenis' response.

  2. Thank you Dr . Sungenis have a happy new year.


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