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As union with Christ is upheld to the light, it reveals these benefits. Justification is one color seen when one views union with Christ through the legal language of Scripture. Sanctification is another color seen when you view union with Christ through cleanliness laws and sacrifices. This is why the word, sanctification, is used in the book of Hebrews 13 in ways that Reformed theology would use the word, justification. The word justification doesn’t even appear at all in Hebrews because Hebrews is discussing at length the sacrificial system in the Temple. The terms (justification, sanctification, etc.) are “different facets of the single act of being raised (incorporated) with Christ.” 14
In Indian English , there is an incorrect etymology connecting "I don't give a damn" with the dam , a 16th-century copper coin. Salman Rushdie , in a 1985 essay on the dictionary of Anglo-Indian terms ' Hobson-Jobson ', ends with this:
Dale C. Allison, “Jesus and the Covenant: A Response to . Sanders,” JSNT 29 (1987): 57-78.
Before considering his view of the Supper, it will be helpful to grasp his theology of the sacraments generally. For Calvin, sacraments are