Books on Justification
On Sunday we examined the gospel doctrine of Justification. I mentioned that there are several perspectives on this doctrine that are worth considering when trying to answer the question: “How do unright people get right with a righteous God?” Here are a few resources for those interested in reading and studying more on this topic:
- Justification: A Reader (Oden) – helpful historical survey of positions on the doctrine.
- Christ, our Righteousness (Seifrid) – a more resurrection-focused interpretation of justification which significantly influenced Sunday’s message
- Counted as Righteous (Piper) – typical Reformed “imputed righteousness” view.