In doing some research for an article—and a future book—on an "Objective Atonement," I have been reading the work of Robert D. Preus, one of the most prominent confessional Lutheran theologians of the 20th century and one of the few systematic theologians whom Zane Hodges quoted with approval. Indeed, I find there are several points of agreement between Preus and Hodges on the nature and scope of the atonement, saving faith, and justification...
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Hebrews Provides a Model for How to Encourage "Stuck" Believers to Get Growing
by David Janssen
Every church has them: believers who have the confidence of spending eternity with Jesus but who are not making progress in their spiritual life.Read more