GEORGE SMEATON ATONEMENT PDF

These books are reliable, but they are also wonderfully readable. Ministers at every age and stage will benefit from them, and be led by them through careful, biblical, spiritual exposition of the cross. They combine biblical exegesis, doctrinal exposition, spiritual meditation, depth without dense style, clarity without technical clutter. The widespread distribution of these volumes has the potential to serve as a catalyst to transform the pulpits of our churches. We need more preaching on the cross.

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To be honest, I had not heard of him until recently. Helpful input came flowing from Scottish readers and Brazilian readers and really from readers all over. So thank you!

As expected, the Smeaton volume was beautifully bound by the Banner in this reprint featuring a Smyth-sewn binding and cloth cover remove the unsightly dust cover to see this delicious goodness. The text is a facsimile reproduction of the edition see picture.

There are brief Scriptural and topical indexes in the back. To my pleasant surprise, the volume contains a lengthy appendix covering the history of the atonement from the first century through the Reformation period pp.

The quote stresses our need to linger often at the Cross in our studies, never assuming the importance of the Cross. But polemical references are by no means withheld; that is, applications, necessarily brief, of ascertained truth to germinant errors, especially to those subtle forms of error which, in an evangelical guise, and not seldom with exegetical appliances, tend wholly to subvert the elements of substitution and penal visitation, which constitute the very essence of the atonement.

It is a remarkable fact that since the Reformation no article has been so much impugned in every variety of form. Till recently this was uniformly done by a class of men who had forfeited all claim to be regarded as either evangelical in sentiment or biblical in doctrine. Within recent memory, however, a new phenomenon has presented itself to the attention of Christendom — a sort of spiritual religion or mystic piety, whose watchword is, spiritual life, divine love, and moral redemption, by a great teacher and ideal man, and absolute forgiveness, as contrasted with everything forensic.

It is a Christianity without an atonement; avoiding, whether consciously or unconsciously, the offence of the cross, and bearing plain marks of the Rationalistic soil from which it sprung; and it has found a wide response in every Protestant land. Share this:.

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The Apostles’ Doctrine of the Atonement by George Smeaton

Shelves: new-testament-theology One of my personal favourite books. George Smeaton, a 19th century Scottish theologian, wrote a two-part theological exploration of the New Testament teaching of the Atonement. This first part is concerned with working through the gospel accounts, particularly focusing on the words of Jesus, picking out all of the texts that concern the atonement and exploring them each in turn. This book is held in such high regard by myself because through it I was pulled into a deeper and fuller understanding One of my personal favourite books.

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To be honest, I had not heard of him until recently. Helpful input came flowing from Scottish readers and Brazilian readers and really from readers all over. So thank you! As expected, the Smeaton volume was beautifully bound by the Banner in this reprint featuring a Smyth-sewn binding and cloth cover remove the unsightly dust cover to see this delicious goodness. The text is a facsimile reproduction of the edition see picture. There are brief Scriptural and topical indexes in the back.

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