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J. V. Fesko

Academic Dean and Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology, Westminster Seminary, Escondido, California


J. V. Fesko is Academic Dean and Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at Westminster Seminary in California.


Products

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Death in Adam, Life in Christ

Death in Adam, Life in Christ

The Doctrine of Imputation

~ J. V. Fesko

The doctrine of imputation is the ground in which salvation is rooted. It is often seen as superfluous or splitting hairs, and yet, without it, redemption automatically becomes reliant on our own works and assurance of salvation... read more


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The Trinity And the Covenant of Redemption

The Trinity And the Covenant of Redemption

~ J. V. Fesko

When Christians reflect on the gospel, their attention is rightly drawn to the cross and empty tomb. But is this it? Or is there much more to the story? In a ground-breaking work, J.V.Fesko reminds us that the great news of this... read more


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A Christian's Pocket Guide to Growing in Holiness

A Christian's Pocket Guide to Growing in Holiness

Understanding Sanctification

~ J. V. Fesko

No true Christian wants to keep on sinning. Yet the battle seems unwinnable. For every slain opponent two more emerge from the shadows. And to make matters worse, an endless stream of pundits are on hand with conflicting combat... read more


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Last Things First

Last Things First

Unlocking Genesis with the Christ of Eschatology

~ J. V. Fesko

We think that we know the first three chapters of the Bible well - Creation and the Fall, we say, knowingly. But have we ever stopped to consider that Jesus in the book of Revelation is called 'the last Adam' and the 'Alpha &... read more


Endorsements

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A Christian's Pocket Guide to Suffering

A Christian's Pocket Guide to Suffering
If you find yourself wandering in the valley of the shadow of death and see no signs to show you the way through, pick up this little book and read it! It offers sound, Christ-centered, biblical, and yet eminently practical counsel on suffering.