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HOW CALVINISTS ADD WORKS OF THE LAW TO THE GOSPEL – The Imputed Righteousness of Christ – Justification by Works of the Law | Jesse Morrell

HOW CALVINISTS ADD WORKS OF THE LAW TO THE GOSPEL   Some people have said, “Without the imputed righteousness of Christ, there is no salvation.” And “If you don’t trust in the imputed righteousness of Christ, you aren’t saved.”   … Continue reading

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What is Imputed Righteousness? Justification by Faith rather than Works of the Law | Jesse Morrell

IMPUTED RIGHTEOUSNESS The Bible says our faith is imputed as righteousness, not that Christ obeyed the law for us and that His obedience is imputed to us for us to be justified. That would be justification by works of the … Continue reading

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The Trial of Albert Barnes – A Defense of New England Theology

 A Defense of New England Theology by Albert Barnes is a very rare book, originally published in 1829. What is commonly referred to as “Moral Government Theology” today has its roots in what was called “New England Theology” or “New School … Continue reading

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