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Essay on the extent of the Atonement of Christ

James Hargreaves

Essay on the extent of the Atonement of Christ

by James Hargreaves

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Published by Printed for the author; and sold by Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers"-Hall Court in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Last leaf blank.

Statementby James Hargreaves.
ContributionsSimpkin and Marshall (London: Booksellers)
The Physical Object
Pagination[3],iv-v,[2],viii-xi,[2],2-187,[1]p. ;
Number of Pages187
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Open LibraryOL18129233M

My main critique of this book has to do with the ambiguity of its title. While it claims to offer five views on the extent of the atonement, it would be more appropriate to call it five views on the intent of the atonement. All five authors claim that in one way or another . Definite Atonement Does Not Limit the Sufficiency of the Atonement The death of Christ has infinite, intrinsic value and is sufficient to save any and all men who will receive it by faith. While Christ’s death is designed to save only the elect, it is sufficient for this world and a thousand worlds just like it.

Nicole, R., “The Doctrine of Definite Atonement in the Heidelberg Catechism.” GordonReview 3 (), — “John CalvinÂ’s view of the Extent of the Atonement.” Westminster Theological Journal 47 (), Owen, John, The Works of John Owen vol. The Death of Death in the Death of Christ (Edinburgh: Banner of Truth. It is equally important that Laura's surname had influence once, but it was hurt during divorce with parents, roller became weak, old English hierarchy weakened. # 9 Atonement of Ian McEwan: This book was quite luxurious, quietly began with a manor in the UK. It is a crime that shakes the foundation of the upper part of the UK.

  This book is one of the deeper ones you’ll find on the cross. For the layman, perhaps the popularized version The Atonement: Its Meaning and Significance (Intervarsity Press, ) would be easier to pallet. The Doctrine of Holy Scripture Regarding the Atonement by Thomas J. Crawford. You can read it online here. CONCLUSION. ON reviewing the foregoing pages, it appears that the opinion which some have entertained that the atonement of Christ was necessary, for the purpose of exhibiting evidence to the minds of intelligent beings that the divine law is just and reasonable, must be entirely erroneous.


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Essay on the extent of the Atonement of Christ by James Hargreaves Download PDF EPUB FB2

Here the doctrines of God, humanity, sin, and the person of Christ come together to define the human need and the provision that had to be made for that need. ” 1 It is important to get a biblical and theological understanding of the atonement and its extent for it will affect their interpretations of other theological doctrines.

This essay will briefly explore two views to the extent of the atonement. In other words, this essay will look at two views of who is to benefit from the atonement.

Most Calvinists believe that Christ’s death was to make possible the salvation only of the elect also known as limited atonement or particular atonement. Definition. The penal substitutionary view of the atonement holds that the most fundamental event of the atonement is that Jesus Christ took the full punishment that we deserved for our sins as a substitute in our place, and that all other benefits or results of the atonement find their anchor in this truth.

Johnson’s essay elegantly notes that the discussion of the atonement is important because it is shaped by and in turn shapes other doctrines Author: Michael F. Bird. He spent most of his distinguished career teaching systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia.

A careful scholar, an eloquent lecturer, a moving preacher, and the author of many outstanding articles and books, Murray’s driving passions were to declare Christ’s Word, advance his cause, and bless his : Murray, John.

His essay consists of two primary planks: 1) The Particularity of Intention in Christ’s Saving Mission, and 2) The Objective Efficacy of Christ’s Work. Grant Osborne defends the “General Atonement” view in a series of steps that Christ died for everyone, even those who perish.

Extent of the Atonement: Outline of The Issue, Positions, Key Texts, and Key Theological Arguments Bruce A. Ware Professor of Christian Theology The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary I. The Issue Regarding the Extent of the Atonement A.

What the issue is not: 1. Sufficiency of Christ. DOWNLOAD NOW» 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.

essay on the scripture doctrine of atonement: showing its nature, its necessity, and its extent. by caleb burge, 6. christ, the only sacrifice: or the atonement in its relations to god and man by the rev. nathan s.s. beman, d.d., 7. two discourses on the atonement by moses stuart associate prof.

He includes in part 3 an extended critique (–) of the recent Crossway book endorsing limited atonement, From Heaven He Came and Sought Her (). The introduction (xiii–xxviii) clearly explains the issues and options that need to be considered, and the conclusion (“Why Belief in Unlimited Atonement Matters,” –91) summarizes.

The extent of Christ's atoning work on the cross is one of the most divisive issues in evangelical Christianity. In The Extent of the Atonement: A Historical and Critical Review, David L. Allen makes a biblical, historical, theological, and practical case for a universal h a comprehensive historical survey, Allen contends that universal atonement has always been the Reviews:   The Extent of the Atonement is an encyclopedia of information and a beneficial resource for pastoral ministry, directly as a student and an educator.

As pastors, we are still students. This book will broaden the understanding of the perspectives on the atonement historically, biblically and theologically of any theological student. Theories of the Atonement Words | 6 Pages.

there are a few theories on the atonement depending on how your read certain scripture, the theories are as follows: The Socinian Theory (); This theory speaks of Christ on the Cross as a perfect example of what kind of dedication followers of God must do, there is no connection to a sacrificial death whatsoever.

27pp "Of all the men I have known John Murray was the man I have judged to be most full of God. To see walking him about the campus set your heart beating faster and you hurried along to join with him, drawn by his love.

Then you were careful what words you spoke when you were with him because of his holiness. He would take a class of students into the presence of God and preach his.

Some of our readers can even now reflect on some acerbic quarrel about the extent of Christ’s atonement in which Christian restraint was wanting.

So when Mark and I first floated a project that deliberately convened participants with conflicting perspectives on this topic, we wondered fleetingly whether the project might be a dreadful one.

Perspectives on the Extent of the Atonement presents a point-counterpoint exchange concerning Gods 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.4/5(9).

The question of the extent of the atonement is controversial and often engenders strong emotion. Some people on either side of the fence tenaciously cling to their view and anathematize opponents.

Perhaps one reason for this visceral reaction is the fact that a via media on the extent question is not possible. The Person and Work of Our Lord Jesus Christ- The Atonement Words | 12 Pages. The Atonement was made by meeting all the law, and then it is judicial in nature and so is judicial in Labour.

Christ pleads that our sins be covered and atoned for. John 17 v9, Christ prays for his people, they are the ones he atones for. the extent of the atonement Download the extent of the atonement or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

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The atonement not only made salvation possible for the sinner, but actually secured it. On this point Calvinists join issue with the Roman Catholics, the Lutherans, the Arminians, and all those who teach a universal atonement.

These hold that the atonement of Christ merely made salvation possible, and not certain, for those for whom it was. 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/5(1).The Extent and Scope of the Atonement (Extent) The infinite merit earned by the God-Man Jesus Christ makes it possible, so to speak, for a just God to be gracious to all men. The uni-versal quality of grace is a concomitant of the infinite worth of Christ's sacrifice and is well attested in the Holy Scriptures.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.