50¢ Words of the Week, Part 4

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I started a new series on Twitter a couple of weeks ago, called “50¢ Word(s) of the Day”.  Here’s the fourth installment from this past week:

Mondaylex moralis –> the moral law (Decalogue, distinguished from lex ceremonialis and lex civilis)

Tuesdaymunus triplex –> threefold office of Christ (munus propheticum, munus sacerdotale, and munus regium)

Wednesdayinscriptio legis Dei in corda –-> the inscription of the law of God upon the heart (Jer. 31:33; NC promise)

Thursdayhabitus fidei –> habit or disposition of faith (spiritual capacity given by God to believe)

Fridayoratio, meditatio, tentatio faciunt theologum –> prayer, meditation, & trial make the theologian; a maxim of Luther

Saturdayimputatio satisfactionis Christi –> Christ’s righteous satisfaction imputed; the objective basis of justifcation

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