This book is a historical-theological study of the Reformed doctrine of Justification. After providing a brief history of the doctrine, the work focuses on analyzing the writings of John Calvin, Jonathan Edwards, and N. T. Wright to discern points of development, continuity, and discontinuity within the Reformed tradition itself. Drawing upon their works, this book argues for a "living" theological practice and identity for those who work to formulate Reformed Doctrine.
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About the Author
Jonathan Huggins is Research Associate in Systematic Theology and Ecclesiology at Stellenbosch University. He is also Chaplain at Berry College and a priest in the Anglican Church in North America. Dr. Huggins lives with his wife and three children in Rome, Georgia.
Table of Contents
1 A Short History of the Doctrine of Justification 20
2 John Calvin's Doctrine of Justification 45
3 Jonathan Edwards's Doctrine of Justification 97
4 N. T. Wright's Doctrine of Justification 153
5 A Living Theological Tradition-Conclusions and Implications for the Reformed Tradition Today 200