Today’s free book is P T Forsyth’s World War I lecture series on Christian Theodicy.
“In his Christian Theology: An Introduction, Alister E. McGrath describes Forsyth’s Justification of God (1916). The book
represents an impassioned plea to allow the notion of the “justice of God” to be rediscovered. Forsyth is less concerned than Anselm for the legal and juridical aspects of the cross; his interest centers on the manner in which the cross is inextricably linked with “the whole moral fabric and movement of the universe.” The doctrine of the atonement is inseparable from “the rightness of things.”Wikipedia
This public domain title was digitised from the copy held in Spurgeon’s College library.
Peter Taylor Forsyth [1848–1921], The Justification of God: Lectures for War- Time on a Christian Theodicy. London: Duckworth & Co., 1916. Hbk. pp.233. [Click here to visit the download page for this title]
Table of Contents
- Overture and Outline
- The Expectations of poplar Religion and Their Fate. Religion as Centred on God and Centred on Man
- The Problems: Revelation and Teleology
- Metaphysic and Redemption
- What is Redemption?
- Salvation Theological but not Systematic
- The Failure of the Church as an International Authority
- Teleology Acute in a Theodicy
- Philosophical Theodicy
- The Eternal Cruciality of the Cross For Destiny
- Saying Judgment
- History and Judgment
- The Conquest of Time by Eternity