Some of you interpret justification in Romans 3:23-5:1 to be inclusive of works produced through your own personal life by means of God's grace. In the following debate over this section of scripture I will attempt to demonstrate that such a definition is absolutely false. Instead, I will attempt to clearly show that the developmental and contextual argument of Paul is that justification before God has its sole basis in the works of another Person distinct and separate from ourselves but in the life of a representative/substitutionary person. That it is the "ungodly" sinner that is justified by faith and such faith is subsequently evidenced as genuine by good works produced through the believer by God's grace or in the words of Apostle Paul to the Ephesians we are first the "workmanship of God created in Christ Jesus" secondly "UNTO good works" which follow. Hence, there is a cause and effect relationship between justification by faith due to Christ's works and good works produced through us by grace. The other position simply reverses the Biblical order of cause and effect putting the cart before the horse, which error, is precisely what Paul condemned as "another gospel" in the book of Galatians. In this debate I will start with Romans 3:22 as the basis provided by Paul to establish the for justification before God.