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Justification: Five Views

Justification effectively exposes the reader to the views of justification and explains why there is such a divergence among scholars about this issue. The nature of salvation is of paramount significance because of the sacrificial work of Jesus. The scholars contributing to this text care about the cross and what it means for the world, accurately reflecting their representative views and responding to each other respectfully. Beilby and Eddy deserve extensive thanks for producing a book that constructively engages such a heated topic.

Reviewed by Matthew Jones

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Category: Biblical Studies, Pneuma Review, Winter 2014

About the Author: Matthew Jones, Th.M., is currently pursuing a Ph.D. through Regent University in Renewal Studies with a concentration in Biblical Studies while serving as an Advisor and Affiliate Professor at Colorado Christian University. Matt is married to Cathy Jones and loves hanging out with his three children, Hannah, Tyler and Kenzie.

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