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“It Is No Longer I Who Live”: Christ’s Faith and Christian Faith

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Abstract I offer a dogmatic analysis of Galatians 2:20 in three parts. First, Christ lives for us. Second, by faith we really do live in Christ. Third, there is an order and sequence to these two statements, and they require a theological framework within which they can be related. To that end, I point to two ways in which the common Reformational teaching on imputation was teased out in Luther’s definition of Christian freedom and the Reformed tradition of distinguishing between the covenant of works and the covenant of grace. These are not the only possible constructions which could maintain this order and sequence, but they have great historical prominence and a greater than commonly appreciated viability.

Affiliations: 1: Knox Theological Seminary Fort Lauderdale, FL USA


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