John Owen: Justification and Imputation

By Evan Knies Justification and Personal Righteousness Speaking of justification, John Owen wrote “If we are justified before God on our own personal righteousness, and pronounced righteous by him on the account thereof, then God enters into judgment with us on something in ourselves, and acquits us thereon; for justification is a juridical act, in …

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John Owen on the Glory of Christ in the Old Testament

By Colton Corter Jesus never rebuked the Pharisees for reading their Bibles too much. His problem was with their interpretive method; how they were reading their Bibles. The self-righteousness of these men came about because they did not understand the nature of God’s revelation and redemption. They searched the Scriptures because they thought that in …

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