The faculty of WSC issued this testimony to defend the Reformation doctrine of justification against those who would undermine it.
Dr. Robert Godfrey, Dr. Michael Horton, and Dr. Scott Clark answer listener questions about what it means to be Valiant for Truth.
John Fesko discusses his landmark book on the doctrine of justification.
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.
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.