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Jul 28, 2017

The elephant in the room is often the tension that exists between Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia (East) and Westminster Seminary California (West).  That tension centers around the relationship between two doctrines: union with Christ, and justification.  Listen in as Lee and Chris discuss this in a way that is intended to be fair to those with whom we disagree and magnifies Christ at the same time.  You’ll have to be the judge of whether we accomplished that or not.

 

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Covenant, Justification, and Pastoral Ministry by R. Scott Clark, ed.

Review Article: No Reformed Theology of Justification? By Mark Garcia

Response to Mark Garcia’s Review of Covenant, Justification and Pastoral Ministry by W. Robert Godfrey and David VanDrunen

Justification and Union With Christ, Part 1 by Charles Lee Irons

Justification and Union With Christ, Part 2 by Charles Lee Irons

Justification and Union With Christ, Part 3 by Charles Lee Irons

Justification and Union With Christ, Part 4 by Charles Lee Irons

Justification and Union With Christ, Part 5 by Charles Lee Irons

Justification and Union With Christ, Part 6 by Charles Lee Irons

Justification and Union With Christ, Part 7 by Charles Lee Irons

Justification and Union With Christ, Part 8 by Charles Lee Irons

Romans 16:7

Ephesians 1:4

Romans 6

Institutes 3.1.1

Institutes 3.11.1

1 Corinthians 1:30

Romans 8

Romans 5

Romans 5:17

Romans 5:1, 9, 10

2 Corinthians 2:21

Romans 3:25

Titus 3:7

Romans 5:18

Romans 5:21

Romans 8:10

Kingdom Prologue, p. 112

Romans 8:30

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