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This important book is a composite of articles by John Nelson Darby which have been extracted from the Doctrinal Series of his Collected Writings volume 7 and volume 10.
The articles deal with many aspects of divine righteousness : the true nature of justification, the Christian’s relationship to the Law, and related subjects. Of particular interest is the matter of so called imputed righteousness. The teaching that the Christian
is under the “moral law” is dealt with in several of the articles.
Some of the articles were originally part of a larger debate between Darby and his antagonists. The thread of these debates may be a little challenging for some to follow as the original articles of Darby’s opponents have been long out of print. Nevertheless,
a careful reading and study of these will greatly reward the sincere student looking into these most important doctrines.