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Four Views on the Role of Works at the Final Judgment (Counterpoints)

Format: Digital
Publisher:
, 2013
ISBN: 9780310524434

Overview

Four Views on the Role of Works at Final Judgment takes up the age-old question: What must I do to be saved? Four leading scholars interact with the degree to which one’s works are considered at the final judgment.

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  • Provides numerous perspectives on the final judgment
  • Compares and critique multiple distinct views
  • Includes contributions from a diverse assortment of distinguished scholars and theologians
  • “Christian Will Be Judged according to Their Works at the Rewards Judgment, but Not at the Final Judgment” by Robert N. Wilkin
  • “Justification apart from and by Works: At the Final Judgment Works Will Confirm Justification” by Thomas R. Schreiner
  • “If Paul Could Believe Both in Justification by Fiaht and Judgment according to Works, Why Should That Be a Problem for Us?” by James D.G. Dunn
  • “A Catholic Perspective: Our Works Are Meritorious at the Final Judgment Because of Our Union With Christ by Grace” by Michael P. Barber
  • “The Puzzle of Salvation by Grace and Judgment by Works” by Alan P. Stanley

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Alan P. Stanley received his ThM and PhD in New Testament from Dallas Theological Seminary. In 2003, he moved to Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia where he is a pastor and teaches the Bible at Mueller College of Ministries. He is the author of Salvation is More Complicated than You Think.