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Justification - Charles Hodge

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"When the mind is enlightened by Divine truth, and duly impressed with a sense of guilt, it cannot fail anxiously to inquire, How can a man be just with God!"

 

Justification is a brief, yet concise exposition of this doctrine. Within the brief pages of this essay, Hodge is able to target the precise junctures in order to establish his argument for the Reformed doctrine of "justification by faith alone." Read this essay to gain a short order discourse of this important doctrine.

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