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AD 2017 marks the five-hundredth anniversary of the Reformation of the church of Jesus Christ. In 1517 the Reformer Martin Luther affixed the ninety-five theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg, Germany, the act by which Jesus Christ began his reformation of his church. Essential to this Reformation was the gospel-truth of justification by faith alone. This book on justification is intended to celebrate that glorious work of Christ.
But the purpose of the Gospel Truth of Justification is more than a celebration of the beginning of the Reformation. It is to maintain, defend, and promote the Reformation in the perilous times for the church at present. The doctrine of justification by faith alone is so fundamental to the gospel of grace that an exposition and defense of this truth are in order always. The true church of Christ in the world simply cannot keep silent about this doctrine. To keep silent about justification by faith alone would be to silence the gospel.
Number of Pages: 528
Vendor: Reformed Free Publishing Assoc
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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David J. Engelsma was ordained to the gospel ministry in 1963 and served as pastor of Protestant Reformed congregations for twenty-five years. For twenty years he worked as professor of theology in the Theological School of the Protestant Reformed churches. He became emeritus in 2008. For sixteen years he was editor of the Reformed semi-monthly magazine, the Standard Bearer.