Imputation of Adam's Original Sin; Gal. 2:16; Rom. 5:12
(This lesson was a review of material already covered)
In the matter of man's relation to God, the Bible presents three major imputations: (a) imputation of the Adamic sin to the human race, (b) imputation of the sin of man to the Substitute, Christ, and (c) an imputation of the righteousness of God to the believer. Imputation may be either real or judicial. That which is real is the reckoning to one of that which is antecedently his, while judicial imputation is the reckoning to one of that which is not antecedently his. L.S Chafer, Systematic Theology, vol. 2, p. 296.