Justification: The Imputation of Christ's Righteousness from Reformation Theology to the American Great Awakening and the Korean Revivals

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Peter Lang, 2006 - Religion - 313 pages
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This book returns to the true nature of the gospel, justification by grace alone through faith alone because of Christ alone. Fundamental to the book’s argument is a rejection of the biblical truth and the faithful heritage of the gospel. By tracing the development of Reformation theology in Luther and Calvin, the giants in the American Great Awakening and the Korean revivals are brought up for analysis: Jonathan Edwards, Timothy Dwight, Sun-Ju Kil, Ik-Doo Kim, Yong-Do Lee, and Sung-Bong Lee. Paul ChulHong Kang makes clear what can be at stake not merely for academic theologians but for all Christians – the gospel itself.

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Chapter Two The Necessity of Christs Righteousness in Augustine Luther and Calvin
Chapter Three The Imputation of Christs Righteousness in the Great Awakening
Timothy Dwight 17521817
Chapter Four The Imputation of Christs Righteousness in the Korean Revivals
YongDo Lee 19011933
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The Author: Paul ChulHong Kang is the founder and pastor of the Redeemer Community Church in Pennsylvania. He received his B.A. in English language and literature from Kon Kuk University, his M.Div. from Westminster Theological Seminary in California, his Th.M. in systematic theology from Westminster Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania, his S.T.M. in systematic theology from Lutheran Theological Seminary, and his Dr. theol. in systematic theology from the University of Stellenbosch.

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