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God in Our Nature book.

God in Our Nature book. Drawing upon the full range of Campbell's work, God in our Nature brings to light a trinitarian theologian whose pilgrimage represents a journey within evangelicalism rather than a departure from the evangelical fold.

Series: Studies In Evangelical History And Thought Categories: Church History (incl. This radical reassessment of Campbell's thought arises from a comprehensive study of his preaching and theology. This study examines the distinctive Christology evident in his sermons and shows that it sheds new light on Campbell's much debated views about atonement. Pages: 460 Publisher: Paternoster Press Published: 2005 ISBN-10: 1842272187 ISBN-13: 9781842272183.

John McLeod Campbell in his later years ^ J. H. Leckie, The Expository Times: Books that Have Influenced our Epoch . Peter Stevenson, "God in our Nature: The Incarnational Theology of John McLeod Campbell," Wipf and Stock, 2007.

John McLeod Campbell in his later years. John McLeod Campbell (4 May 1800 – 27 February 1872) was a Scottish minister and Reformed theologian. Gael Turnbull, noted Scottish poet and Campbell family historian, personal correspondence. Edwin Tay, "The Atonement Theology of Jonathan Edwards," 1983.

Find nearly any book by Peter K. Stevenson. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Preaching the Atonement. by Peter K. Stevenson, Stephen I. Wright. ISBN 9780664233280 (978-0-664-23328-0) Softcover, Westminster John Knox Press, 2009.

This radical reassessment of Campbell's thought arises from a comprehensive study of his preaching and theology. This study examines the distinctive Christology evident in his sermons and shows that it sheds new light on Campbell's much debated views about atonement

This radical reassessment of Campbell's thought arises from a comprehensive study of his preaching and theology.

Campbell’ in Campbell, John McLeod, The Nature of the Atonement (Exeter, 1959), xviii

Campbell’ in Campbell, John McLeod, The Nature of the Atonement (Exeter, 1959), xviii. page 532 note 18 Campbell, p. 146. page 532 note 19 ibid.

The Incarnational Theology Of John Mcleod Campbell (Studies in Evangelical History and Thought). by Peter Kenneth Stevenson, Trevor (FWD) Hart. Published November 30, 2004 by Authentic Media.

Trevor A. Hart, "Anselm of Canterbury and John McLeod Campbell: Where Opposites Meet?" . Anthony Buzzard, "The Kingdom of God in the Twentieth-Century Discussion and the Light of Scripture," The Evangelical Quarterly 6. (Ap. June 1992): 99-115

Trevor A. Hart, "Anselm of Canterbury and John McLeod Campbell: Where Opposites Meet?" The Evangelical Quarterly 6. (Oc. Dec. pdf Anthony Buzzard, "The Kingdom of God in the Twentieth-Century Discussion and the Light of Scripture," The Evangelical Quarterly 6. June 1992): 99-115. Alastair Campbell, "'Do the Work of an Evangelist'," The Evangelical Quarterly 6. June 1992): 117-129.

This study, therefore, offers much insight into Torrance's own thought and in a. .The book ended with John Macleod Campbell. A four or five page summary noting the key developments would have been nice.

This study, therefore, offers much insight into Torrance's own thought and in a curious way it is likely to become an important part of the tradition it analyses. This book is lovingly written by one of the great Scottish theologians of modern times. He explores the nature of Scottish theology and the Scottish Enlightenment through studies of 'Moderates' and 'Evangelicals' and their relationships, Episcopalian Calvinists such as Bishop Robert Leighton, and the rise of missions to heathen nations.

Studies in Evangelical History and Thought), Waynesboro, Georgia, 2004 Markus Mühling, McLeod Campbell und Erskine of Linlathen im kritischen.

Thomas F. Torrance, Scottish Theology from John Knox to John McLeod Campbell, T. and T. Clark, Edinburgh, 1996. Markus Mühling, Die e Thomas Erskines of Linlathen, in: Markus Mühling, Versöhnendes Handeln – Handeln in Versöhnung. Markus Mühling, McLeod Campbell und Erskine of Linlathen im kritischen Vergleich, in: Markus Mühling, Versöhnendes Handeln – Handeln in Versöhnung.

Arguably the leading Scottish theologian of the nineteenth century, John McLeod Campbell's theology is much criticized and often misunderstood. Previous accounts have tended to overlook both his sermons and his Christology. This reassessment of his thought breaks new ground by offering a detailed study of his sermons and by identifying the distinctive Christology which contributes to a clearer understanding of his doctrine of atonement. Drawing upon the full range of Campbell's work, God in our Nature brings to light a trinitarian theologian whose pilgrimage represents a journey within evangelicalism rather than a departure from the evangelical fold.