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  1. says:

    I finished the first portion of the book, which is the explanation on the doctrine of justification The second portion of the book is essentially a commentary on Romans and other books, and I plan to read that at a slower pace when I come across those scriptures, or when I have the need to exegetically defend the doctrine of justification.The book was a pretty easy read, and could be considered dry if one didn t have an interest in the topic at hand However, it was very well thought out and clear The doctrine of justification is obscured by many religions today, and even among Protestants, sola fide is poorly understood A thorough study of the doctrine of justification resolves that issue by founding a student firmly in the Word and in the truth of this sacred doctrine James White s book will enable a reader to clearly defend the doctrine f...


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    Excellently written and though a slower read for me well worth the time to understand the immense gift that justification alone is to every Christian If the church as a whole loses the understanding of how one is saved, she will regress to the time before Luther and th...


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    Martin Luther described the doctrine of justification the topic of this book as the article of faith that determines whether the church is standing or falling Speaking of Luther, James Buchanan writes, By this he meant that when this doctrine is understood, believed, and preached, as it was in New Testament times, the church stands in the grace of God and is alive but where it is neglected, overlaid, or denied, as it was in medieval Catholicism, the church falls from grace and its life drains away, leaving it in a state of darkness and death 14.Justification, properly and here briefly defined teaches that God, solely out of sovereign mercy and grace, declares repentant sinners righteous on the basis of the perfect righteousness and subtitutionary death of Jesus Christ alone This gift of justifcation is accessed by the believer through faith alone and is wholly apart from any works Faith itself is not a work, nor does it contain any merit rather, faith is merely the empty hands of the sinner laying hold of...


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    I highly recommend this book It may take the reader some time to get through, but the benefits of working through all the exegetical parts far outweigh any cost of time I will from now on hold a higher view of the term justification and its centrality to the Gospel, rather than just spit out a quick mental definition to myself whenever I hear it spoken or read White does a wonderful job breaking down and building up the doctrine in the first third of the book though he does quote Murray A LOT to where you feel you re almost reading 2 booksbut it was so rich in truth I honestly don t mind in hindsight , and the remaining two thirds he walks through verse by verse exegesis of Romans 1 1 5 1 as well as many other NT passages that mention justification The exegesis on James and how James is NOT talking about a justification of the sinner but rather a justification of faith itself was truly enlightening and helped me answer questions I had toward that specific text My love for ...


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    This book is extremely deep, it is not the type of book you sit down and read for pleasure, the second half of the book deals with a lot of basic greek grammar That being said, when you do sit down and read it, it will open your eyes to the doctrine of justification in ways you never imagined I have completly rethought my view on the extr...


  6. says:

    Amazing work Dr White exegetes all the texts dealing with justification and builds the biblical case for the forensic nature of justification and the biblical defense of monergism in Gods plan of salvation What a mighty and wonderful Saviour we serve All glory honour and praise ...


  7. says:

    The first book that really exposed me to the doctrine of Justification Through this book I started seeking understanding about the ideas of Justification, sanctification, and glorification It s a really hard read on apologetics, and towards the end of the book I had to st...


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    Chapters 1 9 present the Protestant doctrine of Justification through faith alone at a layman level Chapters 9 20 focus on exegeting key passages There are a lot of books like this that cover justification in the manner of the first part of the book, but few do...


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    The first half of the book, that is the first nine chapters, I found an engaging read and very informative.The second half, where key texts are exegeted carefully, requires a slower, contemplative read.On the whole, a worthwhile read.


  10. says:

    Superb book This was a great treatment on the Biblical doctrine of justification in general followed by some deep exegetical chapters About 2 3 of the book was the exegesis of the first several chapters of Romans and then other chapters dealing with specific passages from Galatians, James, etc


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