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Historic Theories of Atonement with Comments
Robert Mackintosh [1858-1933]



Book Description

Title:
Historic Theories of Atonement with Comments
Authors:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
Hodder & Stoughton
Pages:
319
Subjects:
Historical Theology, Soteriology, Salvation, Atonement
Copyright Holder:
Public domain
Robert Mackintosh [1858-1933], Historic Theories of Atonement with Comments

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  1. Introduction—The Moral Necessity of Atonement
  2. Old Testament Preparation for the Doctrine
  3. Christ's Thought of His Own Death
  4. The Apostolic Teaching of Atonement
  5. Greek Church Theories, Exoteric and Esoteric
  6. Starting-point and Drift of Western Catholic Doctrine
  7. Anselm and Satisfaction to the Divine Honour
  8. Abelard and Moral Influence Theories
  9. Historic Protestantism and the Penal Scheme
  10. Grotianism and its Echoes
  11. R.W. Dale and the Fact of the Atonement
  12. Theories of Vicarious Penitence
  13. "Redemption by Sample"
  14. Some Minor Theories (Bushnell, Fairbairn, Westcott, Ritschel)
  15. Personal Relationships and Divine Anger
  16. Denney and the Problem of Christ's Physical Death
  17. Epilogue—A Tentative Construction on Atonement
  • Index
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