N. T. Wright Contra The Imputation Of Christ’s Active Obedience: Not A God One Wants To Worship

The Heidelblog | 4/22/2018 | Staff
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Among New Testament scholars, Mark Seifrid, influenced by Clifford’s interpretation of Protestant orthodoxy, says that it “added the imputation of Christ’s righteousness to the forgiveness of sins.” The distinction between active and passive righteousness is “unnecessary and misleading” and arose from a “failure to grasp that Christ’s work represents the prolepsis of the final judgment and an entrance of the age to come.” N. T. Wright rejects the imputation of...
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