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Daily Archives: December 20, 2011
Luther Vs. Melanchthon on Justification
I started Justification and Variegated Nomism, Volume 2: The Paradoxes of Paul. In his essay, “Paul’s Use of Righteousness Language Against Its Hellenistic Background”, Mark Seifrid contrasts Martin Luther’s view on justification with that of Philip Melanchthon. What I got … Continue reading
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David Marshall: “The Pursuit of Happiness”
For my write-up today on David Marshall’s Jesus and the Religions of Man, I’ll blog about Chapter 8, “The Pursuit of Happiness”. But I will also bring up things that Marshall has said elsewhere in this book. Unfortunately, I can’t … Continue reading