Volume 32, Number 1
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.
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.