Benefits in the Person and Work of Christ

“Owen and his Reformed contemporaries did not simply equate the covenant of grace with justification by faith alone. Soteric benefits—whether justification, adoption, or sanctification—are appropriated in the context of the covenant of grace, and all are necessary for salvation. Yet because these benefits are rooted first in the person and work of Christ, the covenant of grace retains its gracious character.”

Joel R. Beeke, and Mark Jones. A Puritan Theology: Doctrine for Life. Reformation Heritage Books, 2012. 265
ht: Jared Oliphant

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Joe Louthan

I graduated High School with a 1.75GPA. My friend rightfully asked me, “Is that even passing?” To which I responded *shrugs*. Welcome to my TED talk.