White Horse Inn Modern Reformation

The Great Divide

At the heart of the Protestant/Catholic division in the sixteenth century was the disagreement over the doctrine of justification by an alien or imputed righteousness. In Catholic theology, justification is conceived as a lifelong process of becoming intrinsically righteous and holy, rather than a once-for-all declaration of “not guilty” to sinners who put their trust in Christ. On this program the hosts walk through the issues involved in this important debate and interact with the views of the sixteenth-century Reformers.

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