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Riassunto: Twentieth century discussions of Edwards' covenant theology frequently named a tension in the purity of Edwards' Calvinism. Was his insistent teaching on the covenant of grace suggestive of incipient Arminianism, or was Perry Miller correct in asserting that Edwards rejected the covenant, with its abridging of God's freedom, by his categorical insistence on God's absolute sovereignty in salvation? Bogue explores the breadth of Edwards' writing, including many unpublished manuscripts, and interacts with a broad spectrum of secondary works to demonstrate conclusively that Calvinism and the covenant of grace are entirely consistent and do not exclude one another. The covenant of grace is not a device of man acting autonomously; it is a provision of the eternal, sovereign, electing God. As set forth by Edwards, it is simply the way the sovereign God has committed Himself to carry out what He has decreed from all eternity pertaining to the redemption of sinners.
L'autore: Carl W. Bogue holds an MDiv from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Theology from the Free University of Amsterdam. He is pastor emeritus of Faith Presbyterian Church in Akron, Ohio, where he was senior pastor for over 30 years. He has written various monographs and articles, including A Hole in the Dike: Critical Aspects of Berkouwer's Theology.
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Descrizione libro Wipf and Stock 1/5/2009, 2009. Paperback. New book. Previously published by Mack Publishing Company, 1975. 326 pp. Codice libro della libreria W9781606083659
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Descrizione libro Wipf & Stock Pub, 2009. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 1606083651
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