Michael Horton on N.T. Wright on Justification


Reformation Day is coming up at the end of the week, so what better topic to think about for all the theological students out there than justification. Michael Horton has been responding in a series of blog posts over the past few weeks to N.T. Wright's latest book, Justification. If you're not familiar with Michael Horton, he's an impressive theologian in his own right (not simply a blogger having a go at an academic bishop) and has addressed similar issues in his book Covenant and Salvation.
Horton's 10 posts can all be found on the White Horse Inn blog.

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