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The evangelical doctrines of Charles Wesley's hymns

Author: J Ernest Rattenbury
Publisher: London : Epworth Press, 1954.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3d edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Charles Wesley; Charles Wesley; Charles Wesley
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J Ernest Rattenbury
OCLC Number: 3471856
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 365 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Part I: General and introductory --
1. Bibliographical facts and questions --
Authorship --
Chronology --
Personation --
2. Literary characteristics --
values --
Metres --
Substance and texture --
Alleged literary defects --
3. John Wesley's use of his brother's hymns --
As doctrinal statements --
Authorized hymns --
The Large Hymn-book --
a Methodist manifesto --
The Large Hymn-book --
doctrinal significance --
4. Charles Wesley, theologian --
Part II: Hymns of the Hinterland --
5. The Hinterland --
6. God and man --
The Calvinistic controversy --
God and man in Hymns of Everlasting Love --
Charles Wesley's universalism --
7. The Holy Trinity --
Trinitarian hymn-books --
Unity in plurality --
Trinity in unity --
Prayers to the Trinity --
God the Father --
8. Our Lord Jesus Christ --
Charles Wesley's Lutheranism --
The divinity of Christ --
Jesus the Saviour of man --
The humanity of Christ --
Easter and Ascension hymns --
Nativity hymns --
9. The Holy Spirit --
The Trinitarian hymns --
The Whitsuntide hymns and pamphlet --
The Holy Spirit and the mystic Christ --
Pentecost --
10. The atonement --
The finished work illustrated from Hymns on the Lord's Supper, Part I, and by the hymn 'All ye that pass by' --
The unfinished work illustrated by the hymn 'Arise, my soul, arise' and by Hymns on the Lord's Supper, Parts V and VI --
11. The Wesley's doctrine of the atonement and the modern mind --
Fact and theory: Theory and metaphor --
Modern rejections of racial significance of the atonement --
The doctrine of Holy Scripture --
12. Eucharist, church, and Bible --
A. Eucharist --
The attitude of the Wesleys --
A means of grace --
Festival of joy --
A counterpart of the heavenly sacrifice --
B. The church --
C. The Bible Part III: Hymns of the pilgrim way --
13. The pilgrimage --
An introductory note --
14. The wicket gate and the cross --
Legal night and the new day --
The conversion --
The results of the conversion --
Conversion as justification by faith --
15. Doctrines of the wicket gate --
Justification and adoption --
John and Charles Wesley's doctrines of salvation --
The new birth --
The saving faith --
Assurance and witness of the Spirit --
Religion and the common life --
16. The pilgrim's progress --
Charles Wesley's quest for love --
Pisgah views of the pilgrim way --
Hymns for love --
Nearing the goal --
17. Discussions of two pilgrims --
18. The early paradise --
Hymns of two periods --
Charles's doctrine of suffering --
The common teaching of the brothers --
14. Hymns of the pilgrim band --
A band of pilgrims --
A company of soldiers --
Angelology --
A society of friends --
Love and death --
Appendices: --
Dr. Bett's second canon --
List of Charles Wesley's publications --
Methodist prosody.
Responsibility: by J. Ernest Rattenbury.

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