Old And New Theology; Also, A Review Of Beman On The Atonement, From The Biblical Repertory by James Wood

Old And New Theology; Also, A Review Of Beman On The Atonement, From The Biblical Repertory

byJames Wood

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Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1845. Excerpt: ... ceivable, that he has inculcated these fanatical doctrines. Even the Christian Spectator, though it fears " he may be liable to misconstruction and injure the consciences of many weak and pious persons," declares, "we do not believe he means any thing more than we should fully admit--the possibility and duty of obedience to God in all things commanded." But this view of his meaning it is impossible to sustain either by individual sentences, or the evident design of his Lectures on these subjects. His errors are written so legibly, that he who runs may read. Mr. Finney now stands before the community as a practical illustration of the effects of rejecting the doctrine, that human nature is depraved: and of believing, that in regeneration and sanctification, the word of the Spirit is confined chiefly to the understanding. CONCLUSION. If the statements contained in this volume are to be relied upon; in other words, if New School writers maintain those sentiments which are clearly conveyed by their language, they have widely departed from "the faith once delivered to the saints." But should any be still disposed to repeat the remark, "There is no difference; the contest is a mere logomachy," &c.; we will refer them, first, to the action of the General Assembly in former years, condemning as heretical those very doctrines substantially, which now make a part of the New Theology. In 1798, the case of Rev. H. Balch came before the Assembly by way of reference from the Synod of the Carolinas. The following is a part of the minutes of the Assembly on this subject. "With regard to his doctrine of original sin, it is to be observed, that he is erroneous in representing personal corruption as not derived from Adam; making Adam''s sin to be imputed to his posterity in consequence of a corrupt nat...

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Title:Old And New Theology; Also, A Review Of Beman On The Atonement, From The Biblical RepertoryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:76 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.16 inPublished:January 3, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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