A Systematic Theology of Justification — Crossway Articles


March 21, 2019 by: Andrew David Naselli The Meaning of Justification 1. Justification is judicial, not experiential. Justification means to declare righteous, not to make righteous (in the sense of transforming one’s character to be righteous). It is a metaphor from the law court, where a judge pronounces someone as either guilty or not guilty.…

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