Justification: An Introduction (Paperback)
A Clear and Concise Exploration of the Doctrine of Justification from Thomas R. Schreiner
When we see the fallenness of the world, it is often challenging to understand how sinners can stand before a holy God, but the gospel gives hope--justification that comes through Jesus Christ. This doctrine is essential to the gospel but has sparked countless academic and theological disagreements throughout church history, even contributing to the Protestant Reformation in the sixteenth century.
In this addition to the Short Studies in Systematic Theology series, Thomas R. Schreiner examines the biblical and historical background of the doctrine of justification. Schreiner explores it throughout church history and analyzes both the Old and New Testament teachings. By examining the relationship between justification and other doctrines of salvation--such as redemption, reconciliation, adoption, and sanctification--Schreiner shows how it gives peace, assurance, and joy to sinners through Jesus and hope for life today.
- Accessible: Designed to be short and approachable, this text is an ideal resource for college students, pastors, and thoughtful laypeople
- Part of the Short Studies in Systematic Theology Series: Other titles include The Person of Christ; Glorification; and The Doctrine of Scripture
- Written by Thomas R. Schreiner: A renowned biblical scholar and professor who has authored or edited numerous books, including Run to Win the Prize; The Joy of Hearing; and Covenant and God's Purpose for the World
About the Author
Thomas R. Schreiner (MDiv and ThM, Western Seminary; PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is the James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation and associate dean of the School of Theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.