Wright’s Right

Geoff ChapmanFound, Linked, Thinking Out Loud0 Comments

N.T. Wright argues that one of the vital things that’s at stake in his discussion of the biblical meaning of justification is

“the key work of the Holy Spirit in enabling the already-justified believers to live with moral energy and will so that they really do ‘please God’ as Paul says again and again (but as Reformed theology is shy of lest it smack of smuggling in works-righteousness again).” (source: Trevin Wax’s Blog)

I think  Wright has identified what seems like a subtle point, yet I think it is one of the most profoundly important elements of Christian theology.

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