Above all else, modern man should be thankful for God’s gracious gift of justification by faith. A prominent Lutheran leader supplies an exegetical study, and a distinguished Presbyterian scholar supplies the companion exposition, of Romans 3:21–26, sometimes called “the Gospel in epitome.”

The series on cross-currents of European theology continues with an essay on the crucial issue of revelation and history. The theological survey includes material that Editor Carl F. H. Henry is presenting in lectures at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Bannockburn, Illinois.

Addison H. Leitch and Ilion T. Jones assess the lingering “Honest to God” debate in terms of the inadequacies of liberal Protestant theology.

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