“Those whom he predestined he also called, and those whom he called he also justified, and those whom he justified he also glorified” —Romans 8:30
The apostle Paul’s outline of salvation in Romans 8:30 spurred the Reformation’s development of the ordo salutis — an outline of the order of salvation for those who believe. In 1955, theologian John Murray published his classic work, Redemption Accomplished & Applied, unfolding the relationship between regeneration, faith, justification, and sanctification as they find union in Jesus Christ.
The 2019 Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology calls the Church back to these blessed truths. Listen to an outstanding roster of theologians and teachers as they clearly explain God's grace, Christ's work, and the Spirit's activity in the story of redemption. What a feast of blessings we have through our justification, sanctification, and glorification in Christ!
Workshop 1: "Christian Marriage in the Shadow of the Cross" by Jason Helopoulos
Workshop 2: "The Cross and the Christian Life" by Joe Thorne
Workshop 3: "The Role of Works: Justification, Sanctification, Glorification, and James 2" by Richard Phillips
Workshop 4: "Preaching (and Listening for) Christ Crucified" by Henry Jansma
Workshop 5: "Why Particular Redemption Is Good News: Limited Atonement in the Canons of Dort" by Kevin DeYoung