Title

‘Faith Credited as Righteousness’ An Evaluation of N.T. Wright’s Perspectives on Justification Through Paul’s Use of Psalms 32 in Romans 4

Date of Award

5-5-2009

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Theology (Th.M)

Department

Systematic Theology

First Advisor

James Mook

Abstract

The thesis is posited: N.T. Wright's justification, when examined through Paul's use of Ps 32 in Rom 4, is shown to conflict with the biblical and, therefore, traditional Protestant Reformation understanding of forensic justification.

Comments

If you are not a patron of the Concordia Seminary Library this dissertation is available from the "Theological Research Exchange Network" at http://tren.com/.