Ever since Martin Luther, the famous sixteenth-century Reformer, nailed his ninety-nine these to the castle door of Wittenberg, the doctrine of justificaiton by faith alone has been one of the great truths of the Reformed faith. In this concise booklet J.V. Fesko takes a fresh look at this critical doctrine, explaining Biblical teaching, examining classic Reformed statements, and answering common questions.
About the Author
John V. Fesko is a minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. He was ordained as a church planter in 1998 and was installed as a pastor in 2003, thus serving in pastoral ministry for over ten years. He has also taught systematic theology for Reformed Theological Seminary for over eight years as a part-time professor. He has served on two committees appointed by the General Assembly of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. His present research interests include the integration of biblical and systematic theology, soteriology, ecclesiology, and sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Reformed theology. He is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature, the American Academy of Religion, and the Evangelical Theological Society, and a friend of the Institute for Biblical Research.