Justification is a comprehensive restatement of the classic Reformed doctrine of justification by faith alone. Fesko explains the doctrine in terms of the ordo and historia salutis, as well as in the light of recent challenges.
Guy Prentiss Waters
John Fesko has given the church a thorough and welcome treatment of the doctrine of justification. It is reliable, Reformed, and relevant. Now I know where to direct students, ministers, and interested congregants for a ‘one stop shop’ overview of justification by faith alone.
James M. Baird, Jr. Professor of New Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary
Bryan D. Estelle
John Fesko has an uncanny ability to tackle difficult subjects and make them clear to a wide audience, and this book does just that. So many important and timely topics are covered: the covenant of works, union with Christ, the New Perspective on Paul, Eastern Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism. I heartily recommend this work.
Professor of Old Testament, Westminster Seminary
By the author’s frank admission, there is nothing new in this book, and therein lies the value of this remarkable study. It is an encyclopedic treatment of what Calvin called the ‘main hinge on which religion turned,’ and an indispensable resource for the defense of the Reformed faith in our time.
Professor of Church History, Reformed Theological Seminary