Many factors contributed to the Protestant Reformation, but one of the most significant was the debate over the doctrine of justification by faith alone. In fact, Martin Luther argued that justification is the doctrine on which the church stands or falls. This comprehensive volume of 26 essays from a host of scholars explores the doctrine of justification from the lenses of history, the Bible, theology, and pastoral practice—revealing the enduring significance of this pillar of Protestant theology.
Foreword by D. A. CarsonContributions by Gerald Bray, Robert J. Cara, Chris Castaldo, Brandon D. Crowe, Leonardo De Chirico, J. V. Fesko, Korey D. Maas, Jason C. Meyer, Andy Naselli, Sam Storms, Mark D. Thompson, David VanDrunen, Willem A. VanGemeren, Stephen J. Wellum, Matthew Barrett, Brian Vickers, Stephen G. Dempster, Allan Harman, Timo Laato, Dan McCartney, R. Lucas Stamps, David Shaw, Nick Needham, Bruce Baugus. $60,00 Order