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date: 24 June 2019

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The issues concerning justification and sanctification, related primarily to the doctrine of forensic justification in the continental Protestant Reformation, were mediated somewhat in the Thirty-Nine Articles, and gained a renewed importance for the Oxford Movement with the publication of John Henry Newman’s Lectures on Justification in 1838 and E. B. Pusey’s preface to his fourth edition of his Letter to the Bishop of Oxford (1840) and above all his Justification (1853). By the 1860s, particularly in the debate over Pusey’s Enchiridion, Pusey and Newman had concluded their debate as for the most part an ‘abstract’ one. Both men’s approaches were firmly rejected by the Evangelical wing of the Anglican tradition.

Keywords: justification, sanctification, Newman, Pusey, righteousness

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