A. W. Pink
on the Gospel of Satan
to the Gospel of Christ, the gospel of Satan teaches salvation by works.
It inculcates justification before God on the ground of human merits.
Its sacramental phrase is "Be good and do good"; but it fails to recognize
that in the flesh there dwelleth no good thing. It announces salvation
by character, which reverses the order of God’s Word—character by, as
the fruit of, salvation. Its various ramifications and organizations
are manifold. Temperance, Reform movements, "Christian Socialist Leagues",
ethical culture societies, "Peace Congresses" are all employed (perhaps
unconsciously) in proclaiming this gospel of Satan—salvation by works.
The pledge-card is substituted for Christ; social purity for individual
regeneration, and politics and philosophy for doctrine and godliness.
The cultivation of the old man is considered more practical" than the
creation of a new man in Christ Jesus; whilst universal peace is looked
for apart from the interposition and return of the Prince of Peace."
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