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Jesus' Blood and Righteousness: Paul's Theology of Imputation

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The question of whether Paul teaches that Christ's righteousness is imputed to the believer has been debated for roughly four hundred years. Some of the questions that arise are: What is the connection between Adam and the rest of the human race? How did Christ fulfill the role of the second or new Adam? How can the "ungodly" stand before a righteous God?

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Paperback, 254 pages
Published October 26th 2006 by Crossway Books
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Steve Rohn
He gets it right. I think his approach to the doctrine is the best. Many reject the doctrine of imputed righteousness because no one verse or passage spells it out, and on the other side are those that think it's clear without dealing with the individual passages themselves. Vickers on the other hand takes a middle ground on that matter. He admits that no one passage spells out the doctrine, but that the many passages on the matter are pieces of a puzzle, and when we fit them all together we see ...more
Jacob McGill
This is another book that needs to be reread after much greater and better deliberation of justification studies. Brian Vickers had a tremendous impact on my education as I entered my first year of studies in Louisville. He was my hermeneutics professor and sunday school teacher, and taught me how important it is to study the scripture critically. I would leave much of what he said and adopt a much more ecclesial approach after graduating. Nonetheless, he set the wheels in motion to thinking abo ...more
A clear, biblical defense of imputation.
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“a positive imputation of Christ’s obedience must be imputed to the believer beyond the forgiveness of sins in order for him to be justified. Justification, therefore, is viewed as a twofold act: forgiveness and the imputation of positive righteousness.” 0 likes
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