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Hyper-Calvinism and John Gill

Author: Curt D Daniel
Publisher: 1983.
Dissertation: Ph. D. University of Edinburgh
Edition/Format:   Thesis/dissertation : Thesis/dissertation : Manuscript   Archival Material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Named Person: John Gill; John Gill
Material Type: Thesis/dissertation, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Curt D Daniel
OCLC Number: 15277561
Description: 912 pages ; 29 cm
Contents: I. Introduction --
Calvinism before 1690 --
English Calvinism, 1690-1770 --
John Gill --
Further Hyper-Calvinism in the eighteenth century --
Hyper-Calvinism in the nineteenth century --
Hyper-Calvinism in the twentieth century --
II. Methodology --
Sources --
Literary style and hermeneutics --
Allegory --
Paradox --
Revelation and right reason --
Ramist influence --
Platonic influence --
Stoic influence --
Arminianism III. The sovereignty of God --
Anthropopathy --
The independence of God --
The being and will of God --
The secret and revealed wills of God --
Divine sovereignty and human responsibility --
Providence --
Miracles --
Eternity --
The kingdom of God --
IV. Supralapsarianism --
The order of the decrees --
Reprobation --
The problem of evil --
Related issues V. The covenants --
Origins of Federalism --
Definition of covenant --
The covenant of grace --
Election --
Eternal sonship --
Eternal adoption --
Eternal union --
The covenant of works --
Baptism and the covenant --
VI. Justification --
Definition of justification --
Justification by imputation --
Eternal justification --
Justification before faith VII. Faith --
Definition of faith --
Assurance --
VIII. The free offer question --
Historical setting --
The content of the gospel --
offer terminology --
Reasons for rejecting free offers --
Hyper-Calvinist evangelism --
The Gospel and the Law IX. Limited atonement --
Background --
The Hyper-Calvinist defence of limited atonement --
Limited atonement and the free offer --
Christ made sin --
Universal terminology --
X. Antinomianism --
Background --
Definition of Antinomianism --
Doctrinal Antinomianism --
Practical Antinomianism --
The threefold law --
Mysticism XI. Grace --
Definition of grace --
Nature and grace --
Special grace --
Common grace --
Grace and the free offer --
XII. COnclusion --
The varieties of reformed theology --
THe definition of Hyper-Calvinism --
The Hyper-Calvinist tendency Appendices: --
A. Did John Calvin teach limited atonement? --
B. John Eaton's summary of justification by faith --
C. A declaration of the faith and practice of the Church of Christ in Carter-Lane, Southwark, under the pastoral care of Dr. John Gill, read and assented to at the admission of members --
D. The last will of William Gadsby --
E. Gospel standard articles of faith and rules --
F. The basis, aims and objects of the Sovereign Grace Union.
Responsibility: Curt D. Daniel.

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