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  1. Have you ever heard anyone teach on the Faith OF Jesus Christ? Most people only think in terms of Faith IN Christ and yet the Bible gives a great amount of d...

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  2. http://www.mormonchannel.org/filmsThomas, who had doubted, saw the power, majesty, and love of Jesus Christ. Faith in Christ will help people to face their c...

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    Should we press the “faithfulness of Christ” interpretation?

    Is there a difference between “faith in Christ” and “ faithfulness of Christ?

    How are we justified by Christ’s faithfulness?

    Is it “pistis Christou” or “faith in Christ”?

  4. May 23, 2011 · Michael Bird writes: “Faith in Christ means entrusting ourselves to the event of the gospel, which includes the theocentric act of deliverance wrought by God in Jesus which includes his coming, faithfulness, death, and resurrection. Thus, I would say that Jesusfaithfulness is implied not in the noun pistis but in christos .”.

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  5. The alternate view Wallace champions, a so-called subjective genitive (“the faithfulness of Jesus Christ”), is more novel than convincing. This view is rejected by such notable NT scholars as F. F. Bruce in his commentary on Galatians at 2:16 (I could heap up quotations and citations from grammarians and commentators who agree with Bruce ...

  6. Here’s man’s faith again! He has faith in Christ because Christ is completely faithful, completely worthy to be believed in. He paid the full penalty for our sins and is now in heaven dispensing the merits of Calvary — riches of grace, mercy and forgiveness. But remember, “the faith of Christ” always precedes our faith in Christ.

  7. Jul 06, 1997 · Investigate. Like the woman at the well, check it out. Take a good, hard look at the faithfulness of Jesus. In Hebrews 1, the writer emphasized the deity of Christ. In Hebrews 2, he emphasized the humanity of Christ, calling Jesus a "merciful and faithful high priest" (Hebrews 2:17). He then expounds on the mercy and faithfulness of Jesus.

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