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The Foolish Agenda

I saw an article, on the WordPress reader, that has provoked me to write. It was written by someone who is obviously upset. I don’t write this to calm that writer down. 356 more words


Mobility, Justification, and the City

Niels Albertsen & Bülent Diken
Albertsen, N., & Diken, B. (2001). Mobility, justification, and the city. Nordic journal of architectural research, 14(1), 13-24. Chicago

Recently mobility has become an increasingly important issue in relation to social as well as urban contexts. 7,440 more words


The reality of the spiritual world was to me as certain as that of the physical

The reality of the spiritual world was to me as certain as that of the physical. I felt the need, however, for a sort of justification for this assumption. 305 more words


Justification and Sanctification 

Sanctification is different than justification. In justification, our effort and works are unnecessary and unwelcome, repugnant to God; in sanctification, they are essential and celebrated, commanded by God. 80 more words

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We have previously shown at length that men are justified by the faith that they have a gracious God not because of works but freely for Christ’s sake. 184 more words


Moo/Campbell Justification Debate

Earlier this month two giants in Pauline scholarship had a debate on Pauline justification at TEDS. Video and audio are now available on the Henry Center website.  34 more words