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Justification in Depth

Romans 3:28
Therefore we conclude that a man is justified by faith apart from the deeds of the law.
KJV

Define and discuss justification, the battle cry of the Reformation


There is a close connection between the act of justifying and the imputed righteousness of the one who has been justified. The words just, justify, justification, right, righteous, and righteousness are all translations from the same Greek root. While their individual meanings may differ slightly, they all carry the same general meaning. This meaning is always objective, based upon the Word of God. There is never any subjectivity involved in their meaning. God is the objective standard of righteousness.

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