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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. 

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“Works of the Law” in Paul

Resident Faculty, J. V. Fesko   |   February 1,2010   |  Type: Articles

Maintaining a proper definition of the works of the law means the difference between justification and condemnation, heaven and hell.

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Justification: What the Debate is All About

Resident Faculty, David M. VanDrunen   |   February 1,2007   |  Type: Articles

An explanation of the various aspects of the Reformed doctrine of justificaiton, with special attention given to how movements such as the New Perspective on Paul and Federal Vision have posed challenges to this doctrine in the present day.

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