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The problem is , however , that fallen humanity has not the slightest ground for
claim on God , and when God saves He does so without respect to human merit .
In saving , God acts in saving grace as the Sovereign , not as the Judge .
... are absolutely condemned , and are without merit before God until they turn to
Christ . This condemnation is spelled out in Romans 3 : 10-18 , and is equally
true of Jews and Gentiles . With the same inclusiveness which comprehends both
The fact that man is saved without respect to any human merit is an important
truth emphasized in the New Testament . Salvation does not include anything
good in man but is based entirely on God's grace and Christ's death on the cross
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