On Justification -- Henry Balnaves

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    VirginiaHuguenot Puritanboard Librarian

    In 1584 a treatise on justification written by Henry Balnaves in 1548 and discovered amongst Balnaves' papers after his death by John Knox, who wrote a preface to the treatise, was published under this title:

    The Confession of Faith, Containing How the Troubled Man Should Seek Refuge at His God, Thereto Led by Faith; With the Declaration of the Article of Justification at Length. The Order of Good Works Which are the Fruits of Faith; and How the Faithful and Justified Man Should Walk and Live in the Perfect and True Christian Religion, According to His Vocation.

    Of this work, James Buchanan, in his treatise on justification, notes:

    Balnaves' treatise on justification may be read online here.
     
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