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Please read the best explanation I've ever read concerning the Gospel and repentance, by Pastor Harry A. Clearly, Ironside taught a Free Grace view of the Gospel. These things are proper in their place, but they do not constitute the Gospel; for the Gospel is not good advice to be obeyed, it is good news to be believed.
Do not make the mistake then of thinking that the Gospel is a call to duty or a call to reformation, a call to better your condition, to behave yourself in a more perfect way than you have been doing in the past Nor is the Gospel a demand that you give up the world, that you give up your sins, that you break off bad habits, and try to cultivate good ones.
But if it be of works, then is it no more grace: otherwise work is no more work.
How dare we, all these stupid evangelists walking around telling men after they've made some little prayer that they need to write their name in the back of their Bible, and put the date and if the Devil ever comes to them, they need to show him that. Paul Washer is a dangerous religious teacher, who has corrupted the gospel of Jesus Christ (2nd Corinthians 11:3-4). Galatians 1:6, I marvel that ye are so soon removed from him that called you into the grace of Christ unto another gospel.
That is Roman superstition, it is not the gospel of Jesus Christ. The truth is that Ray Comfort, Paul Washer, John Mac Arthur, Pat Robertson, Kirk Cameron and countless other false prophets like them (who teach the damnable heresy of Lordship Salvation) are getting angry that independent fundamentalist Baptists are exposing them!!! His message is subtle, identical to the heresy of Ray Comfort, Kirk Cameron and John Mac Arthur; but they all in essence teach the same thing Lordship Salvation.
Paul Washer is effectively teaching works salvation.
Paul Washer, as do Ray Comfort, Kirk Cameron, John Macarthur, and others, wrongly define repentance as a continuing change of life, i.e., a process. Biblical repentance is NOT something that continues; but rather, occurs once at the time of salvation. A changed life is the fruit of genuine repentance; not a part of saving-faith, nor a requirement to seal one's salvation.