I wonder if I can have some input in relation to the Westminster standards & the Ordo Salutis. Would you say it was correct to state that the Westminster confession doesn't support an Ordo Salutis, as such? Gaffin said that the standards do not spell out a particular Ordo Salutis. However, Fesko said, "the Ordo is present not only in terms of the logical ordering of the confessions treatment of Soteriology but also a number of key statements within those chapters..." Furthermore, Warfield said that the Westminster Divines dealt with “the order first of the benefits conferred under the covenant (Vocation, Justification, Adoption, Sanctification) and then of the duties required under the Covenant (Faith, Repentance, Good works, Perseverance, Assurance). In short, does the Confession have an Ordo Salutis & if so, how would it best be described? I tend to say that it does have an Ordo Salutis, but I would appreciate some clarification on this.