Ten Elementary Principles of the Protestant False Gospel
One: Justification as a “forensic declaration” is not righteousness apart from the law because it is a legal declaration.
Two: Justification is only a declaration and not a new state of being.
Three: The Protestant goal of magnifying grace in the Christian life demands more sin so that grace may abound.
Four: The promise of joy resulting in magnifying ongoing grace (salvation) as a result of “deep repentance” is a rejoicing in evil.
Five: Fulfillment of the law by Christ which is then imputed to the “believer” makes the law a co-life-giver with God, but “God is one.”
Six: A law that can only condemn and lead one back to the cross cannot be utilized to love. Hence, the “believer’s” ability to love is circumvented.
Seven: It makes salvation a reward for perpetually returning to the cross rather than a gift.
Eight: The so-called “believer” necessarily remains a slave to unrighteousness in order to magnify the cross.
Nine: The “believer” is unable to obey the biblical command to put sin to death; that would circumvent a “greater sense of one’s sin” which supposedly magnifies grace.
Ten: The biblical goal of sanctification, to utilize one’s body for making holy sacrifices of love to God and others is clearly circumvented.