Objective Justification Part III

This week we look at 2 Corinthians 5:19 to see if there is a past-tense universal declaration of justification or reconciliation of the world in this verse, as many are taught to believe. Dust off your Greek grammars. If you don’t have one, that’s okay, you can use mine.

Questions (about this topic or any other topic) can be emailed to atpholycross@gmail.com and we’ll answer them as soon as we are able.

Comments are welcome on Youtube and for more lively discussions, check us out at facebook.com/holycrosskerrville where it gets real fun.

Related

Is Judas Saved?

Judas Iscariot betrayed Jesus, sorrowed over his sin, then hanged himself. Is he saved or damned? Get your ATP mug here: https://teespring.com/ask-the-pastor-mug Support ATP here:

Read More »

Justification and Easter

What is the relationship between Easter and Justification? How do Lutherans understand Romans 4:25 and how do modern Lutherans understand that verse? Does Romans 4:25

Read More »