An exposition of Romans 5:1-11.

“By justification we mean that judicial act of God by which, on account of Christ, to whom the sinner is united by faith, he declares that sinner to be no longer exposed to the penalty of the law, but to be restored to his favor. Or, to give an alternative definition from which all metaphor is excluded: Justification is the reversal of God’s attitude toward the sinner, because of the sinner’s new relation to Christ. God did condemn; he now acquits. He did repel; he now admits to favor.” — A. H. Strong, Systematic Theology.

This study examines the means, method and motive by which God has chosen to justify the sinner. A special challenge is offered to the unbeliever in light of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.



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