‘The only thing of my very own which I contribute to my redemption is…
…the sin from which I need to be redeemed.’ (William Temple)
For a moment, did you wonder if the reason I hadn’t been blogging for a while was because I’d turned liberal and fallen out of favour with Mr Hurd?
Mikey Chalmers mentioned the above quote earlier today and thought it was worth remembering and sharing. To delight in the truth of what they call ‘double imputation’ in the world of systematic theologies, in other words ‘God made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God.’ (2 Cor. 5v21).