Resources on NPP/FV

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Marrow Man

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One of the ARPs Committees presented a report at Synod with an official statement against the Federal Vision and New Perspective on Paul (we're slow). The report included a helpful bibliography, which I am pasting below. I also have it on my blog here.


Carson, D. A., Justification and Variegated Nomism: The Complexities of Second Temple Judaism/ The Paradoxes of Paul., (2 Vols.) Baker Academic, 2004. ISBN 0801027926, 9780801027925.

Das, A. Andrew, Paul, The Law and The Covenant, Hendrickson Publishers, Inc., 2001. ISBN 1-56563-463-2.

Johnson, Gary L. W., Wells, David F., Waters, Guy Prentiss, By Faith Alone: Answering the Challenges to the Doctrine of Justification, Good News Publishers, 2007. ISBN 1581348401, 9781581348408.

Kruse, Colin G., Paul, The Law and Justification, Hendrickson Publishers, Inc., 1997. ISBN 1-56563-277-X

Stuhlmacher, Peter, Revisiting Paul’s Doctrine of Justification, InterVarsity Press, 2001. There is an essay at the end of this volume by Donald A. Hagner that has a helpful summary of the issues of concern related to the “New Perspectives.” ISBN 0-8308-2661-0.

Waters, Guy Prentiss, Justification and the New Perspectives on Paul, P & R Publishers, 2004. ISBN 0-87552-649-7

Westerholm, Stephen, Perspectives Old and New on Paul, William B. Erdmans Publishing Company, 2004.
ISBN 0-8028-4809-5


Information on this issue can be found on the following websites: Orthodox Presbyterian Church
PCA Position Papers : Report...on Federal Vision, New Perspective, and Auburn Avenue Theologies [2007] Presbyterian Church in America (Federal Vision and New Perspective) Reformed Church in the U. S. (Pg. 52 and following) United Reformed Church


The following web page on has links to mp3 audio files of talks on the NPP by a variety of Reformed

Monergism :: New Perspective on Paul

The Theopedia site:

D A Carson's talk on the European Leadership Forum site:

ELFresources - resource - The New Perspective on Paul

J. Ligon Duncan discusses the NPP with Mark Dever here:

9 Marks Interviews

Criswell Theological Review devoted to the NPP, which had some very good articles. You can see some of it online at : Get a Free Blog Here
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