“When a man says, ‘Because I have sinned I have lost it’, what he is really saying on the other side is, ‘I had it because I was good’. He is wrong in both respects. In other words, if we see that our justification is altogether and entirely in the ‘Lord Jesus Christ and Him crucified’, we must see that, even though we fall into sin, that is still true. ’But’, you may say, ‘what a dangerous doctrine!‘ Every doctrine is dangerous, and can be, and has been, abused. But this is the doctrine of justification by faith only.”
-Martyn Lloyd Jones on Romans 5:1-2
The doctrine of Justification by faith alone is what sets Christianity apart from any other worldview. It is the epicenter of the gospel and the dénouement of God’s story.