No Condemnation: A New Theology of Assurance

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No Condemnation: A New Theology of Assurance tackles a perennial question of deep pastoral and spiritual concern. In the face of sin and failure in Christian living, what assurance of salvation can we have? Is assurance the byproduct of keeping the rules and producing good works? Is it found by introspectively testing the authenticity of our inner motives and faith? In his able study of the biblical, theological and historical dimensions of this problem, Michael Eaton has arrived at an answer that challenges both...
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No Condemnation: A New Theology of Assurance tackles a perennial question of deep pastoral and spiritual concern. In the face of sin and failure in Christian living, what assurance of salvation can we have? Is assurance the byproduct of keeping the rules and producing good works? Is it found by introspectively testing the authenticity of our inner motives and faith? In his able study of the biblical, theological and historical dimensions of this problem, Michael Eaton has arrived at an answer that challenges both traditional Arminianism and Calvinism. In the gospel he finds a radical grace, a grace that produces salvation that overflows in assurance and fully encourages our life in the Spirit. No Condemnation is a meaty and challenging reassessment of the role of the law in biblical revelation and Christian living, the nature of the Christian's inheritance, and the meaning of the New Testament warnings against "falling away." This important and challenging study is for both students of theology and those engaged in the front lines of pastoral ministry.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780830818884
  • Publisher: InterVarsity Press
  • Publication date: 1/7/1997
  • Pages: 261
  • Product dimensions: 5.97 (w) x 8.99 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Pt. 1 A Theological Problem
1 The Quest for an Encouraging Theology 3
2 Developed Calvinism 15
3 Evangelical Arminianism 26
4 A Challenge to Tradition 31
Pt. 2 Towards a Fresh Theology of Grace
5 A Fresh Approach to Grace 37
6 Objective and Universal Atonement 40
7 Freedom from the Law (The Abraham Stories) 46
8 The Law of the Mosaic Covenant 67
9 Freedom from the Law in the Epistle to the Galatians 92
10 Matthew's Gospel and the Mosaic Law 124
11 The Faith of Christ 159
12 Justification in a Non-Legalistic Theology 164
Pt. 3 Motivation
13 Inheritance 175
Pt. 4 Admonition in the New Testament
14 Security and the Interpretation of Warnings 189
15 'Falling Away' in the Epistle to the Hebrews 208
16 Prospects for a Non-Legalistic Theology 218
Notes 222
Index 255
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