As Sproul puts it, "The crucial issue of infusion versus imputation remains irreconcilable. We are either justified by a righteousness that is in us or by a righteousness that is apart from us. There is no third way." Indeed, eternity is at stake. This is a topic that should not be ignored.
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Trevor Taylor says:
R.C. Spoul goes back to the time of the Reformation to explain the doctrine that justification is by faith in Christ alone. Although their were many doctrines debated during the time of the Reformation, one doctrine stood at the center of everything. How is a person saved? Are they justified by faith? Or are they justified by works? Sproul shows the reader in depth the arguments of the Reformers, ... Read more
Michael R Aulia says:
The Justified by Faith Alone explains the difference between Roman Catholics and Evangelical views on the concept of justification that exists back before the reformation era up til today. The book clearly divides the differences in few main points so it’s easier to follow and also to grasp. Clearly, the book doesn’t explain the biblical concept of Justification in details, so I’d strongl... Read more
The battle between Roman Catholics and Protestants on their view of Justification is still as hot and controversial as ever. While many who are both inside and outside the church see the two as part of the same family, those who are more in the know are aware of the fact that each sees the other as the confused brother who misunderstood the Father. Historically, the two sides strongly disagree ... Read more