Volume 32, Number 1

The Substance of Sola Fide: Justification Defended from Scripture in the Writings of the Reformers

By Nathan Busenitz
This article seeks to express three core components to the doctrine of sola fide: (1) that justification is forensic, not formative; (2) that justification is distinct from sanctification; and (3) that the basis for justification is the imputed righteousness of Christ.

In My Place Obedient He Lived: Imputed Righteousness in Romans 5

By Peter Sammons
This article will contend that the righteousness that is imputed to believers is Christ’s human righteousness—which is His lived-out, practical law obedience.

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