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Accordint to Piper, Wright's confidence that the church has gotten it wrong for 1,500 years, given his enormous influence, set off warning bells for Christian leaders such as himself, a pastor and New Testament scholar. According to Piper, if Wright's views find a home in the church, not only could the doctrine of justification be distorted for generations to come but the New Testament writers' original intent could be silenced. This book is a call from John Piper to all Christians, citing his warnings against "fresh" interpretations of the Bible and his plea to hold fast to what he considers the biblical view of justification.
Number of Pages: 240
Publication Date: 2007
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The Future of Justification: A Response to N.T. Wright - Unabridged Audiobook on CDeChristian Inc. / Compact disc$13.49 Retail:
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Pastor John Piper thoroughly analyzes the teachings of Bishop N. T. Wright on the topic of justification and sounds a call to discernment for the entire church.
John Piper (DTheol, University of Munich) is the founder and teacher of desiringGod.org and the chancellor of Bethlehem College & Seminary. He served for 33 years as the senior pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and is the author of more than 50 books, including Desiring God, Dont Waste Your Life, This Momentary Marriage, A Peculiar Glory, and Reading the Bible Supernaturally.
Nilo G. Mabugat5 Stars Out Of 5June 27, 2009Nilo G. MabugatPiper gives very insightful expositions on "The righteousness of God" which in turn sheds light on the doctrine of "Imputed rightesousness". It will be helpful if the reader has some fundamental understanding of the "New Perspective" as espoused by N. T. Wright. The author reveals a command of the original NT language and impressive contextual analysis of pertinent NT passages.
Richard Buckley5 Stars Out Of 5January 28, 2008Richard Buckleysuperb intro to the subject under discussion and an even better restatement of the time honoured biblical doctrine