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Resources on the Federal Vision and New Perspective

The Federal Vision and the New Perspective on Paul are perennial issues that continue to confuse and misguide many in the church. As such, it is helpful to fortify our knowledge of the pluriform errors present in these formulations of the doctrine of justification. Here are just a few resources on the Federal Vision and the New Perspective on Paul as well as others on the doctrine of justification. This is in no way an exhaustive list, but a healthy introduction or reminder.

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