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We must speak technically because of certain carping critics: faith is truly righteousness because it is obedience to the gospel Our good works of obedience to the law can be pleasing to God only because this obedience to the Gospel takes hold of Christ, the propitiator, and is reckoned for righteousness (Rom.
As a propitiator Citizen A is, obviously, not even a reader in Mailloux's sense.
Then, through his encounters with the church fathers, especially Tertullian, Irenaeus, and Tholuck's Guido and Julius, or Sin and the Propitiator Exhibited in the True Consecration of the Sceptic (1823, Engl.