How then shall we live?
by Rob Kerby, Senior Editor
“History,” Martin Luther said, “is like a drunk man on a horse. No sooner does he fall off on the left side, does he mount again and fall off on the right.” The same can be said about the Christian life, according to author Frank Viola in Jesus: A Theography. “So it seems to me anyway. Some have accepted the gospel of legalism. Reformed people tend to restrict legalism to be the attempt to earn salvation by human works. But for the genuine Christian who is saved by grace, legalism goes much deeper than that.”