On the Distinction between Objective and Subjective Justification
Deutschlander, Daniel M.
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The doctrines of objective and subjective justification are distinct, but they are not separate from each other. They are two aspects of one doctrine. But what is the role of faith in these doctrines? Does faith even play a role? The confusion of these doctrines can only lead to error, so the reader is offered an examination of these two aspects and their relationship to one another. With the support of passages, Deutschlander defines these two aspects and demonstrates their causes.