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Galatians 1:1-5

Resident Faculty, Joel E. Kim   |   September 8, 2011   |   New Testament, Galatians   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, Galatians

Galatians is written to all who know and believe the Gospel of God’s grace, yet are more confident in what they have done for God instead of what God has done for them.

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The Nature of Justifying Faith

Resident Faculty, David M. VanDrunen   |   August 1, 2011   |  Type: Articles
The claim that justification comes sola fide was central to the debates of the Reformation. When the matter of sola fide is raised, however, attention tends to focus on the first of these words: alone. We remember that the reformers taught that justification is by faith alone while Roman Catholics… Continue  

The Fruit of the Spirit is…

Resident Faculty, J. V. Fesko   |   March 30, 2011   |   New Testament, Galatians   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Dr. John Fesko talks about his latest book The Fruit of the Spirit is...

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Faculty Statement on Justification

Resident Faculty, WSC Faculty   |   October 5, 2010   |  Type: Articles

The faculty of WSC issued this testimony to defend the Reformation doctrine of justification against those who would undermine it.


What it Means to Be Valiant for Truth

Dr. Robert Godfrey, Dr. Michael Horton, and Dr. Scott Clark answer listener questions about what it means to be Valiant for Truth. 

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Justification: Understanding the Classic Reformed Doctrine

Resident Faculty, J. V. Fesko   |   February 8, 2010   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

John Fesko discusses his landmark book on the doctrine of justification.

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Justification and Ecumenism

Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   February 1, 2010   |  Type: Articles

Far from being suspicious, we should welcome any ecumenical consensus that emerges out of the clear biblical testimony to God’s justification of the ungodly by imputing their sins to Christ and Christ’s righteousness to them through faith alone. However, the consensus that seems to be emerging in our day, as in other eras, seems to find its core sympathy in a more synergistic (Arminian and Roman Catholic) framework. 


Getting a Handle on Romans Part 2

Adjunct Faculty, Guy Prentiss Waters   |   March 14, 2008   |   New Testament, Romans   |  Type: Lecture Series, Classroom

The Apostle Paul contrasts the righteousness that comes by the law in Romans 10:5 with the righteousness that comes by faith in the following verse.

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