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Discussion in 'Federal Vision/New Perspectives' started by shackleton, Apr 27, 2007.
And your question or comment is...
Specifically, this is interesting:
Who disagrees with this and why?
Maybe it seems like a denial of imputation?
Also it blurs sanctification and justification. It implies to a works righteousness.
Here's a good resource (free MP3's) on NT Wright and NPP from Kim Riddlebarger's class:
Does it really?
If anything it looks like the Spirit's works righteousness in us...
Has anyone else read the article? Has Wright vindicated himself?
Take a look at this:
No. He turns actual justification into declarative justification. Rom. 2 speaks of actual justification by legal obedience, that is personal, perfect, and perpetual obedience. Wright makes it a declarative eschatological sentence brought into the present on the basis of evangelical obedience, that is, obedience which is accepted on the basis of the perfect and perpetual righteousness of Christ alone.