Tagged: Justification

Fragment V.

FRAGMENT V. The impossibility of a sinner being justified by the deeds of the law, argued from his depraved nature. Also from a few other testimonies. Sundry objections answered. By the deeds of the...

Fragment IV.

FRAGMENT IV. It is shewn that the sinner is justified by the imputation of God’s righteousness; hence not by an implanted grace. When we speak of the righteousness of God, we mean a righteousness...

Fragment III.

FRAGMENT III. It is shewn that upon the principles of Christ’s meritorious obedience, God is just, when he justifies a sinner. Sundry objections answered. It is impossible for God to do wrong, because he...

Fragment II.

FRAGMENT II. It is shown that there is a two-fold justification: the one, in the sight of God, and the other, before men. Without this distinction, the subject cannot properly be illustrated. There are...

Fragment I.

A FEW FRAGMENTS ON THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION. FRAGMENT I A brief, contrasted view of the divine Law, and Gospel. To form accurate views of the doctrine of justification, it is necessary to understand the distinction between...

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Justification By Faith

I have added ‘Article IV – Justification by Faith’ by M. Vincent from Lectures of the Augsburg Confession. It took quite sometime checking the Latin footnotes for spelling errors. M. Vincent – Article IV....

Article IV. Justification By Faith

ARTICLE IV. JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH By M. Valentine, D. D., LL.D.  (DOC) “They in like manner teach that men cannot be justified before God by their own strength, merits, or works; but that they...

Article XVIII. Free Will

ARTICLE XVIII. FREE WILL. BY H. L. BAUGHER, D. D. THE Article of the Augsburg Confession coming next in the regular order in which the several articles have been discussed on the Holman foundation,...

Article XX. The Relation of Faith and Good Works

ARTICLE XX. THE RELATION OF FAITH AND GOOD WORKS BY E. HUBER, D. D. (DOC) We are falsely accused of having prohibited good works; but our writings on the Ten Commandments and other subjects...

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What Justification teaches us about Sin and Grace

Another part of Dr Graul’s Essay. But furthermore, justification directs our view within. Here we learn to know our sin. That can not be a matter of indifference for which the Son of God...