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Justified in Christ: God's Plan for Us in Justification

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The orthodoxy on 'justification', a watershed between the Roman and Reformed churches, has recently been much under debate in theological circles as new perspectives are advanced to break down the traditional barriers on this key salvation doctrine. Westminster Theological Seminary holds a respected place in the Reformed world as a trainer of future ministers and influence ...more
Paperback, 309 pages
Published May 1st 2007 by Mentor
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Jared Havener
An excellent collection of essays dealing with issues relative to justification and union with Christ. Sinclair Ferguson's introduction on the New Perspective(s) is worth the price of the book.
Stephen Wolfe
This is an outstanding book on the traditional Reformed view of justification. It is a collection of essays by the faculty at Westminster Theological Seminary. The reader should have some prior knowledge of technical theological terms and the original languages (and some Latin). It is suitable for second or third-year seminary students and higher or those with equivalent knowledge learned informally.
Todd Wilhelm
Overall the book was a bit too "scholary" for me, especially John Murray's book, which was included, called "The Imputation of Adam's Sin." I really liked chapter 8 on "The Pastoral Implications of the Doctrine of Justification" by J. Stafford Carson. It was very practical and easy to understand.
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Dr. K. Scott Oliphint Is professor of Apologetics and Systematic Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary. He is a graduate of West Texas State University (B.A., 1978) and Westminster (M.A.R., 1983; Th.M, 1984; Ph.D., 1994). An ordained minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, Dr. Oliphint served in pastoral ministry in Texas before coming to Westminster in 1991. He is the author of numer ...more
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