'In his epistle to the Romans, Paul defines the gospel as “the revelation of God’s righteousness” (Rom 1:16-17). He elaborates on this in the third chapter, telling us that this revelation is by faith in the redemption that is in Christ Jesus, whom God put forward as a propitiation by His blood for the redemption of His people who He justifies by His grace as a gift in order to show His righteousness apart from the Law. (Rom 3:21-26). In other words, the gospel is the revelation of God’s righteousness revealed by faith in the redemption that is in Christ Jesus.
We face two questions in the light of this definition. First, are there other redemptions to be found besides the one that is in Christ? And second, what exactly is the redemption that is found in Christ Jesus?' -- by David Bishop
A reading commentary into David Bishop's, 'The Gospel: A Revelation of God's Righteousness'; in the Pardoning Grace Journal, Winter 2017, Volume 1.
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