by MEINE VELDMAN in Vol. 7 No. 2 / Oct 2021

DOI: https://doi.org/10.35285/ucc7.2.2021.art6

By the preaching of God’s law, the human being is confronted with his fallenness and existence in flesh, sin, and death. Eduard Böhl, with his emphasis on the synchronicity of God’s act of justification and regener- ation, seeks to maintain the boundary between Creator and creature in creation and history, and between sinner and Christ, flesh and the Spirit. From the viewpoint of the power of God’s word in preaching, the possibility of a redeeming dialogue is reestablished, and the reality of participation by faith in God is restored. By the gospel as the power of God in which his righteousness is revealed, the believer in the word is powerfully brought to newness of life and sustained in sanctification.

Justification, Regeneration, Preaching, Law Of God, Holy Spirit, Christ
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