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Preaching the Fullness of Christ

The relationship of justification and sanctification has returned to the forefront of several Twitter and blog circles. William B. Evans rekindled the discussion with a response to Tullian Tchividjian’s formulation of justification, which seems at times to be an aversion to sanctification. Today, Sean Michael Lucas offered a rejoinder. Rick Phillips is the most recent to add to Reformation21’s impromptu series – providing seven assertions about these twin benefits and their relationship. In this episode, Camden Bucey shares a few thoughts related to this discussion.

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