A Comparative Study in the Theology of Atonement in Jonathan Edwards and John McLeod Campbell: Atonement and the Character of God

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  • ISBN-13: 9780773498273
  • Publisher: Mellen, Edwin Press, The
  • Publication date: 2/1/1993
  • Pages: 472

Table of Contents

Commendatory Prefaces
Foreword
Contents
Introduction to Thesis
0.1 Statement of Thesis 1
0.2 Background Issues: Atonement and the Character of God in Reformed Thought from the Reformation to 1683 12
I Atonement and the Character of God in Jonathan Edwards
I.1 Delight in the Sovereign God 29
I.2 Major Discourses and Sermons 37
I.3 The Treatises 148
I.4 Observations 220
II Atonement and the Character of God in John McLeod Campbell
II.1 Eternal Life 229
II.2 Sermons and Trials 242
II.3 Campbell's Mature Work 304
II.4 Observations 370
III Conclusions
Comparisons and Contrasts: Edwards and Campbell 374
Appendices: Explanatory Notes on Issues Relevant to Background of Thesis. Reformed Scholasticism 388
Soteriology of the Greek Fathers 390
Luther on Satisfaction 395
Penal Substitution 398
The Evangelical and Non-Scholastic Character of the Heidelberg Catechism 401
John Cameron and Johannes Cocceius- Additional Comments on the Development of Federal Theology 403
Appendices to Part One: Jonathan Edwards' Understanding of Atonement and the Character of God within his own Theological Context 408
Appendices to Part Two: Antinomianism and the Marrow Controversy 420
Selected Bibliography 427
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