Five Views On The Extent Of The Atonement

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Five Views On The Extent Of The Atonement

Author : Zondervan,
ISBN : 9780310527732
Genre : Religion
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For whom did Christ die? Who may be saved? are questions of perennial interest and importance for the Christian faith. In a familiar Counterpoints format, this book explores the question of the extent of Christ's atonement, going beyond simple Reformed vs. non-Reformed understandings. This volume elevates the conversation to a broader plane, including contributors who represent the breadth of Christian tradition: Traditional Reformed: Michael Horton Wesleyan: Fred Sanders Roman Catholic: Matthew Levering Eastern Orthodox: Andrew Louth Barthian Universalism: Tom Greggs This book serves not only as a single-volume resource for engaging the views on the extent of the atonement but also as a catalyst for understanding and advancing a balanced approach to this core Christian doctrine. The Counterpoints series provides a forum for comparison and critique of different views on issues important to Christians. Counterpoints books address two categories: Church Life and Bible and Theology. Complete your library with other books in the Counterpoints series.
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Perspectives On The Extent Of The Atonement

Author : Andrew David Naselli
ISBN : 9781433669712
Genre : Religion
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Perspectives on the Extent of the Atonement presents a point-counterpoint exchange concerning God’s intention in sending Christ to die on the cross. All three contributors recognize a substitutionary element in the atoning work of Christ, but disagree over the nature and objects of that substitution. Carl Trueman (Westminster Theological Seminary) argues that Christ’s atoning work secured the redemption of his elect alone. While infinite in value, Christ’s death was intended for and applied strictly to those whom the Father had elected unconditionally in eternity past. John Hammett (Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) argues that Christ’s atoning work had multiple intentions. Of these intentions two rise to the fore: (1) the intention to accomplish atonement for God’s elect and (2) the intention to provide atonement for all mankind. Grant Osborne (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) argues that Christ’s atoning work provided atonement generally for all mankind. The application of that atoning work is conditioned, however, on each person’s willingness to receive it.
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A Multi Intentioned View Of The Extent Of The Atonement

Author : Gary L. Shultz
ISBN : 9781620328460
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Christians strongly disagree about the extent of the atonement. Some believe that the atonement only extends to the elect, those whom God chose to save before the foundation of the world. Others believe the atonement is unlimited, that Jesus died for all people whether they ever believe in him or not. Despite the differences in these two traditional understandings they share one thing in common: both believe that Jesus died for a single, intended purpose. But what if God's intentions in the atonement are multiple, not single? The Bible teaches exactly this, that Jesus died both to pay for the sins of all people and to secure the salvation of those God chose to believe in him before time began. This book explains and defends a multi-intentioned view of the extent of the atonement, asserting that this view does the best job of understanding all of what the Bible says about the extent of the atonement, is more theologically comprehensive than the traditional views, and has the best potential for consensus on who exactly Jesus Christ died for when he was crucified for our sins.
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The Counterpoints Library 2 0 Complete 38 Volume Set

Author : Stanley N. Gundry
ISBN : 0310115000
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The Counterpoints Library 2.0: Complete 38-Volume Set is a value for readers (total retail value is over $775), it features today's top thinkers and covers diverse topics including the historical Adam, hell, biblical inerrancy, baptism, divine providence, evolution, the rapture, eternal security, the atonement, homosexuality, and much more.
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The Atonement

Author : David L. Allen
ISBN : 9781462767427
Genre : Religion
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The atonement of Christ is the heart of Christianity. Christians are not only a people of the Book, but a people of the cross. In this accessible resource, author David L. Allen carefully summarizes the doctrine of the atonement, with definitions of key terms, discussion of key Old and New Testament texts, and a survey of the historical theories of the atonement. Addressing topics like the atonement’s necessity, nature, intent, extent, and application, The Atonement answers questions such as, “is the atonement actual or potential?” and “is the blood of Christ wasted on those who are eternally lost?” This book will be a go-to resource for all those who wish to understand what Christ accomplished on the cross by his death.
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Christian Theology

Author : Millard J. Erickson
ISBN : 9780801021824
Genre : Religion
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A revised edition of Erickson's successful systematic theology with updated text and new pedagogical aids, such as chapter outlines, chapter objectives, and study questions.
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Systematic Theology

Author : Ralph Wardlaw
ISBN : COLUMBIA:50195132
Genre : Congregational churches
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Union With Christ And The Extent Of The Atonement In Calvin

Author : Kevin Dixon Kennedy
ISBN : STANFORD:36105026165907
Genre : Religion
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This book addresses the question regarding whether John Calvin (1509-1564) taught that Jesus Christ died for the sins of the entire world or, as later Calvinists taught, that Christ died only for the sins of the elect. In contrast to the theologies of later Calvinists that placed far too much emphasis upon the transactional nature of Christ's sacrificial death, Calvin's theology stressed the more intrapersonal relationship that exists in the union of the believer with Christ. It was Calvin's utilization of the concept of the believer's union with Christ that allowed him to hold to a view of the atonement that was both universal and substitutionary concepts that later Calvinists argue are incompatible.
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Library Of Universal Knowledge

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ISBN : PSU:000020097240
Genre : Encyclopedias and dictionaries
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The International Cyclopedia

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ISBN : UIUC:30112087525504
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Southern Baptist Seminary 1859 2009

Author : Gregory A. Wills
ISBN : 9780199831203
Genre : Religion
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With 16.3 million members and 44,000 churches, the Southern Baptist Convention is the largest Baptist group in the world, and the largest Protestant denomination in the United States. Unlike the so-called mainstream Protestant denominations, Southern Baptists have remained stubbornly conservative, refusing to adapt their beliefs and practices to modernity's individualist and populist values. Instead, they have held fast to traditional orthodoxy in such fundamental areas as biblical inspiration, creation, conversion, and miracles. Gregory Wills argues that Southern Baptist Theological Seminary has played a fundamental role in the persistence of conservatism, not entirely intentionally. Tracing the history of the seminary from the beginning to the present, Wills shows how its foundational commitment to preserving orthodoxy was implanted in denominational memory in ways that strengthened the denomination's conservatism and limited the seminary's ability to stray from it. In a set of circumstances in which the seminary played a central part, Southern Baptists' populist values bolstered traditional orthodoxy rather than diminishing it. In the end, says Wills, their populism privileged orthodoxy over individualism. The story of Southern Seminary is fundamental to understanding Southern Baptist controversy and identity. Wills's study sheds important new light on the denomination that has played - and continues to play - such a central role in our national history.
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Chosen But Free

Author : Norman L. Geisler
ISBN : 9780764208447
Genre : Religion
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"Respected author, seminary professor, and apologist presents a moderate view of divine sovereignty vs. human responsibility. In the third edition he addresses current debate surrounding freewill and destination, including response to critics"--Provided by publisher.
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Systematic Theology

Author : James Leo Garrett
ISBN : UOM:39015051642653
Genre : Religion
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Volume 2 of Garrett's widely praised Systematic Theology interprets five major Christian doctrines: the work of Jesus Christ, the person and work of the Holy Spirit, becoming a Christian and living the Christian life, the church, and the last things.
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The Atonement Controversy

Author : Owen Thomas
ISBN : UOM:39015051553223
Genre : Religion
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What Christian preachers believe about the atonement always affects their presentation of the gospel. Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones used to insist that this classic work, now translated from Welsh for the first time, gave significant help to preachers in this matter. His own gospel preaching was influenced by it. The Atonement Controversy will fascinate all who have wrestled with issues raised by the doctrine of a limited atonement, especially in relation to the preaching of the gospel. It will also be essential reading for all with an interest in Welsh history and theology, particularly those unable to read the work in the Welsh original. Christmas Evans, John Elias, Thomas Jones and Henry Rees are only a few of those who figure in the story told here.
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