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Justification by Faith - by Charles G. Finney. Finney gives one of the clearest, most reasonable expositions of this doctrine from a moral government viewpoint.

'Justification' in the New Testament - by Gordon C. Olson. Just what is intended by the word "justification" when used in the New Testament.

A Public Confession of Christ - By Charles G. Finney. From the Penny Pulpit delivered Friday evening, March 28, 1851 at the Tabernacle, Moorfields, Finney teaches on what it means to stand up for Jesus and profess one's faith.

Bound To Know Your True Charachter - By Charles G. Finney. Finney looks at the scripture "Examine yourselves, whether ye be in the faith; prove your own selves" and shows how a person is obligated to know what his true moral condition is.

Can Forgivness of Sins Ever Be Merited? - by Gordon C. Olson. Can a person be "good enough" to overcome past transgressions?

Conditions of Being Saved - By Charles G. Finney. The author examines the question What must I do to be saved? Are you sure you know the answer?

Did Paul Teach Law Court Justification? - by Dr. Robert Brow. A look into the notion of forensic justification and what Paul actually taught.

Faith - By Charles G. Finney. From his systematic theology, Finney's expostion of faith is both illuminating and devotional. Most Christians fail to understand what faith truly is - this will help cure that.

The Faith Factor and The Faith Factor Two - By Dr. Vic Reasoner. All Christians agree we are justified through faith, but just what is the faith through which we are justified? The author demonstrates the biblical definition of faith!

God Cannot Please Sinners - By Charles G. Finney. The author examines the hatred of sinners for God and how God deals with them. Also lessons for those who wish to be wise and win souls!

Holiness Essential to Salvation - By Charles G. Finney. Finney shows how holiness, as ministered to us through Christ Jesus, is not an "addition" for the Christian seeking a "deeper life", but a requisite for salvation itself!

How Shall Man Be Just with God? - By Albert Barnes. Published in 1854, the eminent New School theologian explores the topic of justification and its relationship to the Atonement of Christ.

Is Faith the Only Condition for Eternal Salvation? - By Tom Stewart, the author presents a clear, systematic view of the biblical doctrine of justification. Excellent article.

Making a New Heart - by Charles G. Finney as recorded in a critical tract by Asa Rand.

Making a New Heart - by Charles G. Finney. Finney's own version of the sermon exploring the issues of what the bible means by being "born again" and getting a "new heart."

How To Change Your Heart - by Charles G. Finney. Finney's own version of the sermon exploring the issues of what the bible means by being "born again" and getting a "new heart."

On Following Christ - By Charles G. Finney. From Sermons on the Way of Salvation, the master revivalist declares what it means to follow Jesus and its necessity for salvation.

Regeneration - By Charles G. Finney. Lecture 42 from Finney's Systematic Theology, 1851 edition. Covers similar ground as the sermon of the same name, but with more detailed depth.

Regeneration - By Charles G. Finney. What does it really mean to be born again? Another marvellous sermon from the great revivalist.

Salvation by Faith - by John Wesley. Sermon # 1 of Wesley's doctrinal sermons, a classic statement of the Arminian position.

Sanctification by Faith - By Charles G. Finney. Showing how true sanctification is obtained and its integral relationship with conversion and justification. This is not a "works righteousness", for all is through faith in Jesus Christ!

Selfishness Not True Religion - By Charles G. Finney. Think God is there just to meet your needs? Think again! Finney shows that supreme pursuit of our own interests has nothing to do with true Christianity.

Sinners Bound to Change Their Hearts - By Charles G. Finney. The great revivalist shows how, rather than waiting on God to change them, sinners must change their own hearts.

True and False Repentance - By Charles G. Finney. Exploring the question what is real repentance. Too may professing Christians today labor under a deception, that their worldly sorrow and meek "acceptance" of Jesus as "Savior" constitutes real repentance. This sermon from Finney shatters the darkness!

True and False Conversion - By Charles G. Finney. After you have read True and False Repentance read this article. Finney blows the smoke away from the "modern gospel" and shows what real conversion is!

True Submission - By Charles G. Finney. From his Lectures to Professing Christians. Finney takes a look at the nature of real heart submission and its necessity for salvation.

The Way of Salvation - By Charles G. Finney. Finney outlines the way of true salvation in answering the question "what must I do to be saved?"