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Justified: the new book from Modern Reformation

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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.
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  • Looking forward to the video interview!

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  • [...] an excerpt from Mike Hortons chapter, Engaging N. T. Wright and John Piper (click here for the table of contents). This week, were posting an excerpt of the Introduction, Getting Perspective, [...]

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  • I heard Michael Horton and Robert Sungenis and both made a really unfair and inexact interpretation of Joseph Fitzmyer`s position on the meaning of dikaioo, to justify. Please go to the introduction of his commentary on Romans (Anchor Bible Commentary) and you see that Fitzmyer not only gives both linguistic, patristic, and theological arguments favoring the causative meaning of dikaioo, but he also quotes Melanchton`s saying regarding the meaning of dikaioo in the Bible: "Scripture speaks both ways" that is declarative and causative or efective sense. A human judge can declare someone dikaios, righteouss, he can`t make him righteouss, but God really can.

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