N.T. Wright on Justification and Imputation
A summary on 40 bicycles

There is an interesting blog that I have run across called 40 bicycles (don't ask me why).

This blog has a five-part (and continuing) summary of N.T. Wright's ideas on justification and imputation complete with footnotes entitled (coincidentally enough) "N.T. Wright on Justification and Imputation". For those of you looking for good ways to shorten up your reading, this may be worthwhile.

Parts I and II can be found on this page. Parts III, IV and V can be found on this page.

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