I have concluded my series on double justification in Reformed theology. I decided not to include Baxter, since he is entirely too complicated. I also do not know when this subject of double justification became a theological taboo. Since it does seem to be one these days, I’ve tried to cover a broad spectrum. I am sure there are more theologians that I could have included, but these will have to do for now.
There is diversity. Some theologians assert two distinct types of justifications, others say that it is the same type of justification at the beginning of one’s spiritual life and at the end, and others shy away from allowing multiple justifications, preferring rather to say that there are multiple declarations of the one justification.
Here is the completed list: