Romans 4: Abraham’s Faith and Imputed Righteousness – John Boruff

This chapter teaches that God imputes or credits righteousness to Christians when they repentantly believe in the atoning sacrifice and resurrection of Christ. Far from teaching any antinomian doctrine of imputed righteousness, Paul only shows that in the case of Abraham as a precedent, God has and still does deal with sinners in this way, when He initially calls them by faith.

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John Boruff is a husband, father, blogger, and insurance agent.
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