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Imputative Righteousness Truly Stated, according to the Tenour of the Gospel

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English theologian Richard Baxter defends the Reformation doctrine of justification. Baxter places justification at the center of the Christian faith and calls for a balanced view that neither uses Reformed doctrine as an excuse for unrighteousness, but rebukes works-based salvation.

  • Title: Imputative Righteousnes Truly Stated, according to the Tenour of the Gospel
  • Author: Richard Baxter
  • Publisher: J. D.
  • Print Publication Date: 1679
  • Logos Release Date: 2017
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subject: Puritans
  • Resource ID: LLS:MPTTVRGHTSNGSPL
  • Resource Type: Monograph
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2020-03-23T23:17:56Z

Richard Baxter (1615–1691), one of the great English pastors and theologians. Though without a university education, and always sickly, he acquired great learning. In 1633 he had a brief experience of court life at Whitehall (London), but turned from the court in disgust and studied theology. In 1638 he was ordained by the bishop of Worcester and preached in various places till 1641, when he began his ministry at Kidderminster (18 m. s.w. of Birmingham), as “teacher.” There he labored with wonderful success so that the place was utterly transformed. When the Civil War broke out (1642) he retired temporarily to Gloucester and then to Coventry because he sided with the parliament, while all in and about Kidderminster sided with the king. He was, however, no blind partizan and boldly spoke out for moderation and fairness. After acting as an army chaplain he separated from the army, partly on account of illness, and returned to Kidderminster.

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