Gospel Talks – The Biblical Pilgrim (Part 1)

Sources: John Mark Hicks: Grace, Works, and Assurance: A Theological Framework; Jack Cottrell: Set Free: What the Bible Says About Grace; Martin Luther: Large Catechism   Note: Only sources used extensively cited  

Romans 4 – The Doctrine of Imputation: Clarifying Imputation

Clarifying Imputation Sources: Jack Cottrell: Romans Chapters 1-8 (College Press NIV Commentary), John Piper: Faith and the Imputation of Righteousness, R.L. Whiteside: A New Commentary on Paul’s Letter to the Saints in Rome, Robert Turner: Sermons on Grace Note: Only sources … Continue reading

Romans 4 – The Doctrine of Imputation: Understanding Righteousness

Understanding Righteousness Sources: Jack Cottrell: Romans Chapters 1-8 (College Press NIV Commentary), What the Bible Says about God the Redeemer Note: Only sources used extensively are listed.

Romans 4 – The Doctrine of Imputation: Defining the Nature of Abraham’s Faith

Defining the Nature of Abraham’s Faith Sources: Jack Cottrell: Romans Chapters 1-8 (College Press NIV Commentary), P.G. Mathew: The Nature of Saving Faith Note: Only sources used extensively are listed.

Romans 4 – The Doctrine of Imputation: Setting the Authorial Context

Setting the Authorial Context Sources: Jack Cottrell: Romans Chapters 1-8 (College Press NIV Commentary) Note: Only sources used extensively are listed.

Romans 4 – The Doctrine Imputation: Establishing the Historical Foreground

Establishing The Historical Foreground Sources: This sermon borrows extensively from scholar John Mark Hick’s article: GRACE, WORKS AND ASSURANCE: A THEOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK Note: Only sources used extensively are listed.