Difference between ELDONA and LCMS – Justification

The doctrine of Justification is a big difference between the ELDONA and the LCMS. Objective Justification teaches that the entire world is “in Christ” and justified at Christ’s Resurrection, whereas the Scriptures teach that only believers are “in Christ” and justified. Many in the LCMS make their own definitions of OJ other than the definition set forth officially in the Brief Statement of 1932. Pastor Sullivan addresses what OJ is and isn’t in this video, the Brief Statement, and the Scriptural proofs it offers.

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