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The Extent of the Atonement considered

The Extent of the Atonement considered

being the substance of a sermon delivered at a camp-meeting held in the state of Ohio, on Sunday, 19th August, 1810

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Published by Printed by John W. Browne & Co. in Cincinnati [Ohio] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atonement -- Sermons,
  • Sermons, American

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 20074
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination14 p
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15105962M

      A Definite Atonement 2. A Universally Sufficient Atonement 3. A Multiple-Intention Atonement; The wording of the second point above may need some clarification, for virtually all sides would affirm that the Christ’s death is “universally sufficient” in and of itself considered (even if some would want to nuance the statement carefully).


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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 majority /5(24).

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 Extent of the Atonement by David Allen. Nashville, TN: B & H Academic, Should you buy The Extent of the Atonement by David L. Allen. Yes. Regardless if you agree or not with his conclusions, you will find the book helpful in understanding the historical development of this complex doctrine.

On The Atonement Of Christ, Considered In Relation To Its Extent John Petherick (rev.) Jackson and Walford, Read more Read less click to open popoverAuthor: John Petherick (rev.). Atonement is a British metafiction novel written by Ian in three time periods, England, Second World War England and France, and present-day England, it covers an upper-class girl's half-innocent mistake that ruins lives, her adulthood in the shadow of that mistake, and a reflection on the nature of writing.

Widely regarded as one of McEwan's best works, it was shortlisted Publisher: Jonathan Cape. The Extent of the Atonement by Francis Turretin The controversy concerning the extent or universality of the atonement has been; and still is; greatly agitated; which imposes upon us a necessity of handling it; that nothing may be wanting to a clear elucidation of this all-important article of the Christian system.

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 majority /5(21).

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 Location: Nashville.

The Extent of the Atonement: A Historical and Critical Review (B&H Academic, ). by David L. Allen. Genre: Biblical Reference / Christian Theology Size: pages (and weighs in at kg!) What’s the big idea: David Allen makes a comprehensive biblical, historical, theological case that the majority of Christians, even within those who are considered Reformed, affirm an “unlimited.

The Book I wanted to write – but BETTER. At the outset, let me say that this tome is a scholarly tour de force by one of the best friends a conscientious Calvinist can find anywhere. David Allen serves as the dean of the School of Preaching, distinguished professor of preaching, director of the Southwestern.

The extent of the atonement is one of the most difficult subjects in the entire Bible, and the First, the atonement and its extent is a Biblical subject and therefore, we should have an earnest desire to know the truth. Second, definite atonement is important to a right preaching of the whole gospel.

The gospel in. The Extent of the Atonement: A Historical and Critical Review (B&H Academic, ) is an excellent reference book for your library. At pages this is a powerful tool for preachers and teachers and other serious students of the Bible.

The Extent of the Atonement is divided into three major sections: (1) the extent of the atonement in Church history, (2) the extent of the atonement in the Baptist tradition, and (3) the extent of the atonement: a critical review.

The first two major sections are somewhat self-explanatory in their content. The effectiveness and extent of the atonement in Revelation This is another excellent verse: "[9]And they sang a new song, saying, `worthy art Thou to take the book, and to break its seals; for Thou wast slain, and didst purchase for God with Thy blood men.

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 : David L.

Allen. The Extent of the Atonement: A Historical and Critical Review (B&H Academic, ) is an excellent reference book for your library. At pages this is a powerful tool for preachers and teachers and other serious students of the Bible. The author, Dr. David L. Allen, is. Dr. David Allen discusses his book "The Extent of the Atonement" and gives an overview of the content and his approach to the question of whose sins Jesus died for.

Here is an encyclopedic treatment of the oft debated topic of the extent of the atonement. In particular, its a refutation of the limited atonement. To be sure, its focus is the atonement and not the totality of the Calvinistic system. This book really serves two distinct purposes.4/5(4).

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 atonement.

Through a comprehensive historical survey, Allen contends that universal atonement has always been the majority Binding: Hardcover. SPOILER WARNING: Book Vs. Film is a column comparing books to the film adaptations they spawn, often discussing them on a plot-point-by-plot-point basis. This column is meant largely for people Author: Tasha Robinson.

“The extent of the atonement has been debated by Christian theologians from the early Reformation through contemporary evangelical theology. This volume offers compelling presentations by outstanding representatives of three leading views— definite atonement, general atonement, and multi-intentions views of the atonement.

Bro. C.W. (Chuck) Bronson has authored a most interesting and enlightening book on the central and perhaps the most important doctrine in the Bible, the atonement. As a young Christian I pondered this question: If Christ's death is for my salvation and Christ died for all men, then why are all men not saved.

The Extent of the Atonement considered: being the substance of a sermon delivered at a camp-meeting held in the state of Ohio, on Sunday, 19th August, Publisher: Cincinnati [Ohio]: Printed by John W. Browne & Co., All told, in Perspectives on the Extent of the Atonement: Three Views each viewpoint is represented well.

It is a helpful contribution to the discussion, a single resource that provides clear and competent exposition and interaction on this important issue from all sides. Allen’s latest book, The Atonement: A Biblical, Theological, and Historical Study of the Cross of Christ, may be dismissed or overlooked by those who disagree with Allen’s conclusion concerning the extent of the atonement (unlimited, rather than limited), but it should not.

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 Brand: B&H Publishing Group.

The Extent of the Atonement Chapter 1 By Charles W. Bronson Charles Wesley Bronson was born and reared in the tiny village of Muncie, Kansas during the worst part of the depression. This was in the dust bowl and the parched, cracked ground cried for rain from above. These were days when men preached righteousness from God's Holy Word.

The Extent of the Atonement integrates historical theology with exegesis, biblical and systematic theology, and practical theology, to demonstrate the unity between all moderate Calvinists, Arminians, and non-Calvinists on the specific issue of the extent of the atonement.

Marshalling evidence from Scripture and history, and critiquing 4/5(4). It may even be said that it is the only doctrine of the atonement that offers a secure basis for a real ethical life, a life that is rooted in the heart through the operation of the Holy Spirit.

Justification leads right on to sanctification. THE EXTENT OF THE ATONEMENT. THE EXACT POINT AT ISSUE. Without making the distinction between the two sides of the extent of the atonement, Allen muddies the waters a bit. And this, I think, is a real weakness in the book.

I hope these two excerpts will inspire our readers to check out the entire review as well as Jeff’s own excellent book He Died for Me. This is the third and final post on The Synod of Dort and the Extent of the Atonement. If you missed the previous two posts they may be accessed here: Part 1 and Part 2.

This material is excerpted from pages of my book The Extent of the Atonement, minus the footnotes plus explanatory comments in brackets. Part 3. First we may consider John Owen, whose rigorous treatise on the extent of the atonement, The Death of Death in the Death of Christ, is well-known and often viewed as the definitive treatment of definite atonement.

Owen’s view may be described as strict limited atonement, in that it further limits the atonement beyond what Dort affirms. The Extent of the Atonement. This is the passage which, apparently, most favors the view we are now rebutting, and yet if it be considered attentively it will be seen that it does so only in appearance, and not in reality.

Book Review: Dave Hunt's What Love is This: Calvinism's Misrepresentation of God. Though the early chapters of the book are confusing as to what Johnson himself actually believes about the extent of the atonement, he finally makes clear he affirms universal atonement understood as an actual satisfaction for the sins of all people and which is objectively sufficient (HDFM, –43).

This fact is obscured in his review. It is not typical to say that "war" is a theme in any book, but it is a very important part of "Atonement" and something that needs to be addressed as a separate component to the overall themes of the book.

Ian McEwan is a known activist against war and as a writer who takes a. This is the third and final post on The Synod of Dort and the Extent of the Atonement. If you missed the previous two posts they may be accessed here: Part 1 and Part 2. This material is excerpted from pages of my book The Extent of the Atonement, minus the.

The Extent of the Atonement by Charles W. Bronson. In this 8 chapter book, Bronson examines the Atonement. He presents the legal penalty required, God’s purpose in Christ, an application of the Atoement, the Atonement in Typology, objections, etc.

Atonement (also atoning, to atone) is the concept of a person taking action to correct previous wrongdoing on their part, either through direct action to undo the consequences of that act, equivalent action to do good for others, or some other expression of feelings of the Middle English attone or atoon ("agreed", literally "at one"), now meaning to be "at one", in harmony, with.

The final part of the book is told by Briony in first person. She is old now, and a famous author. She has just learned that she has vascular dementia, a condition which will lead her to senility and then death in a couple of years.

We learn that the book—yup, Atonement —is her novel, and that she is waiting to publish it until Lord and. Posts about extent of the atonement written by cavman. With the th anniversary of the Synod of Dordt, there have been a number of books about this important 17th century document of the Dutch Reformed Church (though there were a few members from other nations present).

Particular Redemption or Limited Atonement. This article considers the doctrine of Limited Atonement and is the third in a series which seeks to correctly understand God’s endeavor to save man from sin. In the previous articles we have considered the doc-trines File Size: KB.If the atonement is to be considered as the literal payment of a debt, or, in other words, if it consisted in suffering the exact penalty of the law, in the room of those who will be saved, it is manifest, that it must be limited in its extent.The atonement of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is the central fact of all LDS theological teaching.

B.H. Roberts: The atonement of Jesus Christ "is the very heart of the Gospel" Almost one hundred years ago LDS historian and theologian Brigham H. Roberts wrote that the atonement.