Do we need the Church, or is the “Jesus and me” theology of many modern Christians enough?
A growing majority of Christians today believes that all that is necessary for salvation is an individual’s faith in Jesus. Mega churches everywhere proclaim this “Jesus and Me” theology, built around a simple application of John 3:16, belittling the need for membership in any religious community, the practice of any rituals, the reception of any sacraments, the submission to any leaders, or the adherence to any set of doctrines. Salvation is merely by faith alone in Jesus alone by grace alone. But is this biblically, theologically, and historically sound? This book argues, from the perspective of a biblical hermeneutic or interpretation of continuity, that salvation has always involved more than this simplistic expression of modern individualism.
“Former Presbyterian pastor Marcus Grodi shows how the New Testament is hidden in the Old and the Old Testament is made manifest in the New. In What Must I do to be Saved? he explains how God’s plan of salvation unfolds in the Jewish religion and is fulfilled in the Catholic faith. An indispensable tool for Catholics discussing their faith with Evangelical brothers and sisters.” — Fr Dwight Longenecker
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