Justification by faith alone was a central doctrine of the Reformation and remains the crux of countless theological debates.
Supplying a balanced survey of the theology of justification, this collection gathers the timeless work of theologians from Lutheran, Catholic, Reformed, Wesleyan, Anglican, and other traditions. Volumes from John Henry Newman, John Owen, John Wesley, John Brown, and others interlock to provide you with a comprehensive picture of how Christians have understood justification through the centuries.
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John Henry Newman’s Lectures on Justification, James Buchanan’s The Doctrine of Justification, and George Stanley Faber’s The Primitive Doctrine of Justification Investigated are already available to purchase and download separately. If you own any of these volumes, your final bid will be discounted once the product ships.