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Laws of the spiritual order : innovation and reconstruction in the soteriology of Thomas Erskine of Linlathen

Author: Don Horrocks; Trevor A Hart
Publisher: Waynesboro (Ga.) ; Carlisle (U.K.) : Paternoster Press, 2004.
Series: Studies in evangelical history and thought.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Don Horrocks argues that Thomas Erskine's unique historical and theological significance as a soteriological innovator has been neglected. This timely reassessment reveals Erskine as a creative, radical theologian of central and enduring importance in Scottish nineteenthcentury theology, perhaps equivalent in significance to that of S.T. Coleridge in England. - Publisher.
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Genre/Form: Church history
History
Named Person: Thomas Erskine; Thomas Erskine
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Don Horrocks; Trevor A Hart
ISBN: 184227192X 9781842271926
OCLC Number: 54994483
Description: xix, 361 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Part 1 : Thomas Erskine as eclectic soteriological innovator --
Introducing Erskine's soteriological thought --
Re-educating perceptions of God --
Revelation and the location of authority --
Salvation--its extent and nature --
Erskine and theological controversy --
Part 2 : Erskine's reconstructive eclectic soteriology in its wider setting --
Erskine and his nineteenth-century context --
Erskine's sources --
Erskine in a reconstructive Victorian context --
Erskine in a reconstructive continental context --
Concluding comments. Ch. 1. Introduction --
pt. 1. Thomas Erskine as eclectic soteriological innovator --
Ch. 2. Introducing Erskine's soteriological thought --
Ch. 3. Re-educating perceptions of God --
Ch. 4. Revelation and the location of authority --
Ch. 5. Salvation --
its extent and nature --
Ch. 6. Erskine and theological controversy --
pt. 2. Erskine's reconstructive eclectic soteriology in its wider setting --
Ch. 7. Erskine and his nineteenth-century context --
Ch. 8. Erskine's sources --
Ch. 9. Erskine in a reconstructive Victorian context --
Ch. 10. Erskine in a reconstructive continental context --
Ch. 11. Concluding comments --
App. 1. Thomas Erskine and Kant in the nineteenth century --
App. 2. Thomas Erskine, William Ellery Channing and the Unitarians --
App. 3. Thomas Erskine and biblical criticism --
App. 4. Thomas Erskine and the implications of Sandemanianism --
App. 5. Thomas Erskine and moral government.
Series Title: Studies in evangelical history and thought.
Responsibility: Don Horrocks ; foreword by Trevor Hart.

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Don Horrocks argues that Thomas Erskine's unique historical and theological significance as a soteriological innovator has been neglected. This timely reassessment reveals Erskine as a creative, radical theologian of central and enduring importance in Scottish nineteenthcentury theology, perhaps equivalent in significance to that of S.T. Coleridge in England. - Publisher.

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