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1 HARRIS, Susan, (ed.) CROUSE, Robert TOON, Peter BECKWITH, Roger Justification and Sanctification : Papers Delivered at the Twenty-Seventh Annual Atlantic Theological Conference, May 29th to June 1st, 2007, Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton, New Brunswick
Saint Peter Publications , Charlottetown, 2008, ISBN:9780921747338 
HARRIS, Susan (ed.) . Justification and Sanctification : Papers Delivered at the Twenty-Seventh Annual Atlantic Theological Conference, May 29th to June 1st, 2007, Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton, New Brunswick. Charlottetown : Saint Peter Publications, (2008). Pp. (20),[1]-119,(1). 8vo, illustrated black card covers. "The papers delivered at the 27th Annual Atlantic Theological Conference are contained in this book. The conference was held in Fredericton, New Brunswick, in May of 2007. The book includes papers presented by The Rev' Dr. Robert Crouse, Dr. Anthony Esolen, The Rev'd Dr. Roger Beckwith, Dr. Paul Epstein, and The Rev'd Dr. Peter Toon. At the conference, these five speakers addressed the subject of Justification and Sanctification, exploring the topic from a number of perspectives. The papers presented include "Justification and Sanctification in the Thought of St. Paul and St. Augustine", "Sanctification in Dante's Purgatorio", "A Reformation Account of Justification and Sanctification" and "Justification by Faith and Dynamic Equivalency: Pauline doctrine and the contemporary church". Within the opening pages of his paper, Dr. Robert Crouse poses questions with which the ensuing papers all in one way or another grapple: "Are we justifiedsimply by God's merciful decree, in view of the infinite merit of Christ's sacrifice, or does our justification also imply some working of righteousn ess in our souls, whereby we freely co-operate in God's work for our salvation? In other words, is God's gift of justification simply declarative, or is it also creative? Is God's righteousness simply imparted to us for Christ's sake, or is his righteousness in some way imparted to us as we live in Christ? Are we merely accounted just, or are we actually made just? And arethose really alternatives?" (page 1) Very good. 18.00

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