If you attended the family missionary reunion and Graceland University
during June of 2003 and wanted to get the two-day class notes on Grace vs.
Works, here they are.
Follow links below to various handouts, references.
Class Powerpoint Presentation on Grace vs. Works View Presentation
This presentation provides the overview to the 2-day class
discussion. See the quandary presented by Martin Luther, and the
answers presented by Scripture. All the notes you missed are here.
Book of Mormon and the Law of Moses
Use the Book of Mormon and Law of Moses handout to get
perspective on the issues of the day prior to Jesus Ministry.
Nephites understood that the Law pointed towards Jesus.
Bible and the Law of Moses
Use the New Testament and the Law of Moses handout to get
perspective on the issues of the day prior to Jesus Ministry. Most
Jews misunderstood that the Law pointed towards Jesus.
The Law and Nomos
Once the magnitude of the obsolescence of the Mosaic Law is
one can then see how broad the message to first century Christians who were confused whether to keep practicing the Mosaic Law after
Most of these scriptures are misapplied by Christians today who
think we are no longer under laws, or will not be judged by how we
respond to Christ's commandments.
The King James Bible and Works
Just what does the King James Bible say about works? The
answers aren't what some may be preaching..
Paul Really Practice the Law of Moses after his conversion?
Summary and synopsis of Acts 21 with correct understanding.
This chapter is often mis-applied by those wishing to prove Paul was
still 'Mosaic' in his heart.
The final word on Grace and Works for this class. Grace is/was
the choice of God to die for the sin of the world, unto all those who
repent. Works are of two kinds in the New Testament, those which
were obsolete under the Mosaic Law, and those required by covenant with
Jesus Christ. It is according to the works of Jesus that Paul, James
and Jesus said we will be judged.