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HISTORY of Christian Theology

A fundamental concept of the Protestant doctrine of forensic justification which maintains that the merits of Christ are imputed (applied to) to believers and are thus made or are reckoned as being righteous in God’s eye. Under this doctrine, righteousness is not realized through individual effort nor is it infused in them as created grace (prior Christian theories regarding individual righteousness) but only when the merits of Christ are credited to a believer’s account.

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