Paul Helm and N. T. Wright

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Paul Helm has posted his analysis of N. T. Wright's ordo salutis on his blog. His conclusion?

"With the help of the distinctions between temporal and logical order, and events and states, we are able to see that Wright's view of the ordo salutis follows a recurring pattern in Protestantism: the rejection of the imputation of Christ's righteousness, and justification on the basis of some change or achievement in the person concerned. That justification is temporally after the beginning of these changes is vital to this view of the ordo. Different versions of this pattern can be found in Arminianism, and other movements affected by Arminianism, such as Baxterian neonomianism and Cambridge Platonism."
Posted July 11, 2007 @ 7:56 AM by Derek Thomas
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