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In three wide-ranging case studies Mark A. Garcia offers a comprehensive yet focused analysis of the centrality of union with Christ in Calvin's thought. It explains not only the distinctive nature of Calvin's response to Rome on justification, but why this response must be carefully distinguished from that of his Lutheran counterparts. The fruit of these investigations is the first extensive demonstration that Calvin's exposition of union with Christ in relating justification and sanctification points to an emerging Reformed theology of justification that diverges from the Lutheran tradition. Calvin's exegetical and theological model of union with Christ accents the importance in the early Reformed tradition of the relationship between Christology and salvation.

Wipf and Stock



Details  |  Jan 1970

Life in Christ: Union With Christ and Twofold Grace in Calvin’s Theology

Mark Garcia


Dr. Vern Poythress addresses six challenges concerning the compatibility of God's independence with his activities in the world.

P & R Publisher




Details  |  Oct 2020

Vern Poythress


How important was the resurrection in the Book of Acts? This in-depth study provides valuable insight and context.

Baker Academic



Details  |  Dec 2020

The Hope of Israel: The Resurrection of Christ in the Acts of the Apostles

Brandon Crowe