You’ve seen the cover and read a little bit about it. Here’s the table of contents.

Justified: Modern Reformation Essays on The Doctrine of Justification

List of Contributors 1

Introduction—Getting Perspective 3
RYAN GLOMSRUD

COVENANT AND JUSTIFICATION

1 Engaging N.T. Wright and John Piper 11
MICHAEL S. HORTON

LAW AND FAITH

2 Confusion about the Law in Paul 33
T. DAVID GORDON

3 Does Faith Mean Faithfulness? 40
SIMON GATHERCOLE

4 The Nature of Justifying Faith 47
DAVID VANDRUNEN

5 An American Tragedy: Jonathan Edwards on Justification 53
GEORGE HUNSINGER

SHALL WE STILL PROTEST? THE DEBATE WITH ROME

6 Not by Faith Alone: The Roman Catholic Doctrine of Justification 58
AN INTERVIEW WITH ROBERT SUNGENIS

7 What “Evangelicals and Catholics Together” Ignores: The Inseparable Link Between Imputation and the Gospel 65
R. C. SPROUL

8 Ten Propositions on Faith and Salvation 72
EDITED BY MICHAEL S. HORTON

9 The Doctrine of Justification: The Article on which the Church Stands or Falls 74
J. A. O. PREUS III

UNION AND PEACE WITH GOD

10 A More Perfect Union? Justification and Union with Christ 78
JOHN V. FESKO

11 Christ at the Center: The Legacy of the Reformed Tradition 85
DENNIS TAMBURELLO

12 The Discomfort of the Justified Life 91
JERRY BRIDGES

13 Holiness: God’s Work or Ours? 95
HAROLD L. SENKBEIL

Conclusion—Does Justification Still Matter? 102
MICHAEL S. HORTON

Stay tuned for a an excerpt and a video interview with Mike Horton talking about the book and why we’re releasing it at this year’s Evangelical Theological Society.