The doctrine of justification, by the imputed righteousness of Jesus Christ
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The doctrine of justification, by the imputed righteousness of Jesus Christ opened and defended in a sermon on Romans X. 4.

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Published by Printed by T. Green. in Fredericksburg [Va.] .
Written in English

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  • Justification (Christian theology)

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Edition Notes

Other titlesChrist"s righteousness imputed the believer"s justification
StatementBy Andrew Broaddus; Minister of the Gospel in the Baptist Church. ; [Two lines of quotations]
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 46703
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination24 p.
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17164275M

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Though not as well known as Pilgrim's Progress, Justification by an Imputed Righteousness is an important treatise Bunyan wrote about how Christians can save themselves: "No Way to Heaven but by JESUS CHRIST. I. By justification with God, we stand clear, quit, free, or in a saved condition, in the approbation of His holy law. II.5/5(2). Satan is changing the Bible into a spiritual book instead of a theological book. The basis of obtaining justification is through God's righteousness being IMPUTED to the sinner through faith in Christ, Who paid our sin debt on the cross. Jesus took our sins upon Himself on the cross, paying a . II. Justification (cont.) (—) B. 1 Manifestation, or, the Universal Provision of Righteousness () “There is none righteous, no, not one.” “ But now a righteousness from God has been made known.” Up to this point the message of the book has been bleak and discouraging. The whole world is by nature corrupt and degenerate. The righteousness of God, or a righteousness of God's completing, a righteousness of God's bestowing, a righteousness that God also gives unto, and puts upon, all them that believe (verse 22), a righteousness that stands in the works of Christ, and that is imputed both by .

Justification by an Imputed Righteousness - Kindle edition by Bunyan, John. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Justification by an Imputed Righteousness.5/5(2). JUSTIFICATION BY AN IMPUTED RIGHTEOUSNESS; OR, NO WAY TO HEAVEN BUT BY JESUS CHRIST. ADVERTISEMENT BY THE EDITOR. THIS is one of those ten excellent manuscripts which were found among Bunyan’s papers after his decease in It had been prepared by him for publication, but still wanted a few touches of his masterly hand, and. It is God's righteousness in Christ. Or you can say it is Christ's righteousness. He takes our sin. We take his righteousness. Fourth, consider 1 Corinthians John Bunyan said that, after that experience in the field where the imputed righteousness of Christ hit him so .   Adam's transgression was imputed to us; and Christ's righteousness is imputed to us (see 1 Corinthians ). But all that would be lost if at the end of verse 12 the words "because all sinned" referred to individual sins and not to our sinning in Adam. ("Adam, Christ, and Justification: Part II").

The only hope he has for righteousness is that he receive the righteousness of Christ purchased for him on Calvary—man has his choice—to trust his own righteousness and spend eternity in Hell or to trust the righteousness of Christ, which in response to his faith will be imputed unto him, and then spend eternity in . And because of him you are in Christ Jesus, who became to us wisdom from God, righteousness and sanctification and redemption (1Corinthians ) The doctrine of imputed righteousness—the idea that we can appear before God with Jesus’ righteousness rather than our own—has been a great comfort to Christians through the centuries. George Whitefield (), in a sermon on 1Corinthians Author: Matthew Olliffe. The Consequences of “Imputed Righteousness” per Calvinism. by Dudley Ross Spears “Imputed righteousness” is an integral part of classic Calvinism. It is the doctrine affirming that the personal righteousness of Jesus Christ is instantly transferred to a sinner at the point of “saving faith.”. Imputed Righteousness Defended, by William Romaine, preached in London, The Doctrine of Imputed Righteousness, by John Gill. The doctrine of Justification by Faith, through the Imputation of the Righteousness of Christ, by John Owen. Imputed Righteousness: The Evangelical Doctrine, by .