Episode 11.2: Faith and Saving Graces

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The definition here for “faith” seems active, can you explain that? How do predestination and effectual calling flow into faith if it is alone considered the instrument of justification? What does “instrument” mean? What is the importance of the word “ever” in this paragraph? What are all the other saving graces? Is dead faith really faith? What does “worketh by love” mean? Tune in as Nathan, Joel, Shawn, and Kyle discuss WCF 11.2:

Faith, thus receiving and resting on Christ and His righteousness, is the alone instrument of justification: yet is it not alone in the person justified, but is ever accompanied with all other saving graces, and is no dead faith, but works by love.

For More Resources on Today’s Topic Check Out…

The Doctrine of Justification by James Buchanan

Cracking the Foundation: The New Perspective on Paul by Bob Cara

Justification by John Fesko

How Can Justification Make Me Joyful? by Danny Hyde

The Doctrine of Justification by Faith by John Owen

The Future of Justification by John Piper

Faith Alone by RC Sproul

Justification Vindicated by Robert Traill

Justification by Francis Turretin

Predestination and Justification by Peter Martyr Vermigli

Justification and the New Perspective on Paul by Guy Prentiss Waters

The Federal Vision and Covenant Theology by Guy Prentiss Waters

 


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