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Justification and Regeneration

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What does the Bible mean when it says that Christians have died to sin? How is it possible for a just God to justify the ungodly without becoming unjust Himself? What is regeneration? What is justification? Why do all men desperately need to be justified? If I have died to sin, why am I still affected by it? As a Christian, am I the new man or he old man or both? What does ...more
164 pages
Published 2008
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Andrew Barlow
I really enjoyed this book for it's brevity, clarity, and for the amount of Scripture Leiter interacts with. I will say, he doesn't interact on a deep level with any text (except perhaps Romans 7), but the sheer volume of scripture makes the case persuasive. Leiter's thesis is that essentially that the Christian is a completely new creation, not a mixture of old and new, and the chief means of effecting this change are justification and regeneration. I walked away encouraged b/c Leiter sets out ...more
Thsi book explains the whole crux of our Christian faith. The whole reason for God giving us his word and Jesus sacrifice is for our re-birth through Christ who is our propitiation in order that we will be justified.

I have found nothing that explains this more clearly than this book.
KP Jaskula
This book explains very well what does it mean to be justified in Christ as well the LOST doctrine of regeneration. It clearly shows that salvation is a super-natural work of God whereby the Christian is a completely new creation. It also contains a lot of Scriptural references.
Jacob Berry
As men in our church we went through this book like a bible study and for me I have had the privileged of being in pastor Leiter church for the first thirteen years of my life!! It was really cool to have justification and regelation defined so very well!
Adonijah Dasianro
I believe this book to be a very wonderful explanation of mans natural disposition apart from Christ.

I believe it is suited Christians from all walks of life, for the most it answers a lot of questions.

Stephen Willcox
I don't know a better way to commend this book but to say barring the Bible and Pilgrims Progress there is not a book I have read more times.
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An awesome book that reminds us of the truths we already know but often forget and need reminders of.
Rebekah Courter
This is an excellent read. It pointed me to Scriptures that helped answer some of the many questions I had.
Good basics.
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“The Church in contemporary America does not need more strategies, steps, or keys to the Christian life. The Church needs truth, and more specifically, the great foundational truths of historical Christianity.” 0 likes
“For we also once were foolish ourselves, disobedient, deceived, enslaved to various lusts and pleasures, spending our life in malice and envy, hateful, hating one another. But when the kindness of God our Savior and His love for mankind appeared, He saved us, not on the basis of deeds which we have done in righteousness, but according to His mercy, by the washing of regeneration and renewing by the Holy Spirit, whom He poured out upon us richly through Jesus Christ our Savior, so that being justified by His grace we would be made heirs according to the hope of eternal life.” Titus 3:3-7” 0 likes
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