What Divides Catholics and Protestants on Justification?

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What divides Catholics and Protestants on the doctrine of justification? This is the subject of a new Davenant Digest, which I had the privilege of authoring. As with all the Digests, this resource seeks to bring the church’s past into clearer focus, and shed light on some challenges of the church’s present. It is a concise introduction (15 pages) that answers the questions of ordinary Christians, particularly the question of how Catholics and Protestants differ on justification, in terms that ordinary Christians will find more accessible. You may order copies by clicking on the image below or obtain a free online subscription of the Digests here:

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