"An important and monumental writing that examines how sanctification and justification are interlocked in the same monergistic event, which can only be understood through the proper distinction of Law and Gospel."
"A wonderful Law/Gospel treatment of sanctification. Senkbeil tracks the history of Moralism in Evangelical America up to the present day. Oppossed to moralistic thinking that claims the Christian as the subject of his own sanctification, Senkbil properly explains that that Christ is the subject and sinners are the direct object of His action."
"This is one Forde's best pieces of literature. We are simply the direct object of God's active work. Via the proper distinction of Law/Gospel, Forde sharply argues that we are justified by sola fides via sola gratia. A milestone in Law/Gospel literature. BTW, you can buy this at Sigler Press."
"WipfandStock should have reprints of this foundational piece. This is an extremely important work that explains the relationship between Law and Gospel. Elert tracks the origin of the idea of the third use of the law, as fermenting from 16th century theory, rather than from St. Paul. All Law/ Gospel theologians should have a copy of this monumental work."