Episode 11.3: Christ’s Obedience and Satisfaction

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Can you remind our listeners what “justification” is? What is our debt and why use this language? What was necessary to Christ’s removal of the debt? What are the attributes of Christ’s satisfaction? Where does the Old Testament testify to these things? How is it gracious that the Son was given by the Father? How can God justify the wicked? What fruit of the Spirit is cultivated in understanding this paragraph? Tune in as Nathan, Joel, Shawn, and Kyle discuss WCF 11.3:

Christ, by His obedience and death, did fully discharge the debt of all those that are thus justified, and did make a proper, real and full satisfaction to His Father’s justice in their behalf. Yet, in as much as He was given by the Father for them; and His obedience and satisfaction accepted in their stead; and both, freely, not for any thing in them; their justification is only of free grace; that both the exact justice, and rich grace of God might be glorified in the justification of sinners.

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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