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The Justification of The Good By Vladimir Soloviev & Prof. William von Peters
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This is Vladimir Soloviev's great work on moral theology, and demonstrates why the Good is man's highest goal. He traces the history of good within society through to Christian Good, which comes from... More > God. Soloviev provides answers to many questions on morals, society, punishment, the good life, and more that one rarely sees in our day.< Less
The Perfection of Justification By John Simpson
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From the Preface: Reader, the Author preached and printed the Works out of which this is extracted, many many years ago, and by them, he, though dead, yet speaketh. And however strange the Doctrine... More > herein contained, may be, {to those who build their hopes upon inherent righteousness,} yet it is none other than the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, the Doctrine of the Reformation, and the only Doctrine that tends {contrary to the judgment of carnal reason} to uprightness of heart and life, and whoever conceives otherwise of this Doctrine understands it not. It is founded upon this principle, that we must discover God’s Love to us in Christ Jesus, that he has already saved us, before we can truly love God or our Neighbor. This our Saviour inculcates to Simon the Pharisee in the Parable of the two Debtors, Luke 7:41, and in many other Places of Scripture. May he sprinkle this with his Blood; and explain it by his Spirit to the Heart of every Reader.< Less
The Justification of the Sinner before God By Eduard Preuss
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I, a poor sinful man, confess to Almighty God, my Creator and Savior, that I have sinned not only in thought, word, and deed... Why does our Divine Service begin thus? Because no one who has not... More > recognized his sin can receive grace, and certainly not even understand justification by faith. For the heart of man is by nature either Pharasaical or drowned in lust for sin. Either it depends upon his good works, and on that account finds the imputation of a foreign righteousness useless, or it cheers, “Let us eat and drink, for tomorrow we die,” and assures itself that it needs neither its own nor a foreign righteousness. To preach justification by faith to such people is known as casting pearls before the swine. He, on the other hand, who lies in water is glad when a foreign (alien) hand is lowered from a foreign (alien) ship to hoist him onto dry land. He who recognizes the walls around himself as prison walls thanks God when He breaks open its door and says to him, “You are free!”< Less
Justification by Faith Alone By John Eedes
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John Eedes (1609-1667) was a puritan preacher of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and Reformed theologian. Concerned with the state of theology in his day surrounding justification, Eedes took great... More > pains to write almost exhaustively about the biblical doctrine of justification by faith alone. Eedes shows that justification by faith alone is not a physical act, but a judicial act. It is not by inherent righteousness, but God as judge in the court of mercy by judicial declaration remits sin to the believer through Christ’s merits, and absolves the sinner repenting, and believing. He masterfully refutes Antinomianism, Arminianism, Roman Catholicism and the new divinity of Richard Baxter on this point. There is no doubt that this is one of the best treatments of justification by faith alone in print from any age in church history. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Justification by Faith Alone By John Eedes
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John Eedes (1609-1667) was a puritan preacher of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and Reformed theologian. Concerned with the state of theology in his day surrounding justification, Eedes took great... More > pains to write almost exhaustively about the biblical doctrine of justification by faith alone. Eedes shows that justification by faith alone is not a physical act, but a judicial act. It is not by inherent righteousness, but God as judge in the court of mercy by judicial declaration remits sin to the believer through Christ’s merits, and absolves the sinner repenting, and believing. He masterfully refutes Antinomianism, Arminianism, Roman Catholicism and the new divinity of Richard Baxter on this point. There is no doubt that this is one of the best treatments of justification by faith alone in print from any age in church history. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Justification By Faith Alone By Jonathan Edwards
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Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758) was a preacher, theologian, and philosopher of the 18th century. Edwards is widely acknowledged to be America's most important and original philosophical... More > theologian, and one of America's greatest reformed preachers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This work is the substance of two of Edwards' earliest printed lectures in 1738. Edwards was endeavoring to respond to encroaching Arminianism in his Northampton congregation, as well as an abiding antinomianism in the colonies since the days of Anne Hutchinson. This classic book demonstrates Edwards' lucid reasoning and solid Reformed and Biblical approach to the crucial issue of salvation. Edwards follows Scripture showing that Christ is the center of the Gospel, and the doctrine of justification the centerpiece of evangelism. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Justification by Faith Alone By Jonathan Edwards
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Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758) was a preacher, theologian, and philosopher of the 18th century. Edwards is widely acknowledged to be America's most important and original philosophical... More > theologian, and one of America's greatest reformed preachers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This work is the substance of two of Edwards' earliest printed lectures in 1738. Edwards was endeavoring to respond to encroaching Arminianism in his Northampton congregation, as well as an abiding antinomianism in the colonies since the days of Anne Hutchinson. This classic book demonstrates Edwards' lucid reasoning and solid Reformed and Biblical approach to the crucial issue of salvation. Edwards follows Scripture showing that Christ is the center of the Gospel, and the doctrine of justification the centerpiece of evangelism. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Learned Discourse on Justification By Richard Hooker
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James Kiefer's introduction to this work explains its premise well. Richard Hooker said once in a sermon, "I doubt not but God was merciful to save thousands of our fathers living in popish... More > superstitions, inasmuch as they sinned ignorantly." Keifer explains that "This sentence, which today would be fiercely attacked by those who thought it arrogant, narrow, and bigoted, was at the time attacked on opposite grounds. Walter Travers...said that since the adherents of the Pope did not believe in justification by faith, they could not be justified by faith, which meant that they could not be justified at all, which meant that they were certainly damned, with no exceptions. Hooker, he claimed, had sold out to the enemy." In response to Travers' objections, Hooker crafted a masterful sermon on justification. This work is a practical application of Hooker's educated, logical, and authoritative theology. -Abby Zwart, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
Justification by Christ Alone By Samuel Richardson
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JUSTIFICATION BY CHRIST ALONE: 1647. A Fountain of life and comfort, declaring that the whole work of man’s salvation was accomplished by Jesus Christ upon the cross, in that He... More > took away and healed all His, from all sins, and presented them to God holy without fault in His sight. And the Objections against this are answered, for the Consolation of such as believe, that they may not ascribe that which is proper to Christ’s Priestly Office, to their believing. Entire New & Enlarged Edition. Additional Treatises include “A Defense of Tobias Crisp” & a Short Treatise on the Resurrection & Intercession of Christ in Relation to Justification &c. Also; sections of the 'Justification' book have been meticulously compared with Richardson’s own later corrections from his 'Consolations' {1649} book, and carefully revised.< Less
The Justification of the Sinner before God By Eduard Preuss
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I, a poor sinful man, confess to Almighty God, my Creator and Savior, that I have sinned not only in thought, word, and deed... Why does our Divine Service begin thus? Because no one who has not... More > recognized his sin can receive grace, and certainly not even understand justification by faith. For the heart of man is by nature either Pharasaical or drowned in lust for sin. Either it depends upon his good works, and on that account finds the imputation of a foreign righteousness useless, or it cheers, “Let us eat and drink, for tomorrow we die,” and assures itself that it needs neither its own nor a foreign righteousness. To preach justification by faith to such people is known as casting pearls before the swine. He, on the other hand, who lies in water is glad when a foreign (alien) hand is lowered from a foreign (alien) ship to hoist him onto dry land. He who recognizes the walls around himself as prison walls thanks God when He breaks open its door and says to him, “You are free!”< Less

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