9780773470705

Rectification ('Justification') in Paul, in Historical Perspective and in the English Bible: God's Gift of Right Relationship : Paul's Doctrine of Rectification in Its Historical Development

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    9780773470705

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    0773470700

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2003-02-01
  • Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr
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Table of Contents

Preface 11(2)
Abbreviations 13
Introduction
1(4)
The Patristic period prior to Augustine
5(7)
The Apostolic Fathers
5(3)
An Apologist: Tertullian
8(2)
Cyprian
10(1)
Hilary of Poitiers
11(1)
Augustine of Hippo
12(13)
The significance of Rom 5.12
15(1)
Sin and brephobaptism
16(3)
The nature of God's grace
19(2)
Augustine's legacy
21(4)
The Medieval period
25(36)
Overview of the Middle Ages and the place of `Justification' in medieval thought
26(3)
Characteristics common to medieval views of `Justification'
29(4)
The processus iustificationis
33(4)
Differing schools of thought on `Justification'
37(4)
Leading figures of the major schools
41(14)
Medieval views of Rectification in light of the Pauline profile
55(6)
Luther and Lutheranism
61(33)
The contribution of Erasmus
66(1)
Martin Luther
67(5)
Philipp Melanchthon
72(12)
Luther's and Melanchthon's views compared
84(3)
The Formula of Concord
87(1)
Conclusions
88(6)
The early English Reformers
94(20)
William Tyndale
95(3)
Robert Barnes
98(6)
Miles Coverdale
104(9)
Conclusion
113(1)
The Council of Trent
114(19)
Overview in light of the Pauline profile
117(13)
The Tridentine decrees as a response to the Reformers
130(2)
Conclusion
132(1)
John Calvin
133(18)
The Anglican doctrine
151(15)
Thomas Cranmer
151(4)
The Thirty-nine Articles
155(2)
Richard Hooker
157(6)
The Anglican doctrine in the seventeenth century
163(3)
The Calvinistic and Puritan traditions
166(49)
William Perkins
167(16)
The Westminster Confession
183(4)
John Owen
187(6)
John Bunyan
193(15)
Jonathan Edwards
208(5)
Concluding observations
213(2)
The Nineteenth Century
215(27)
J. H. Newman
216(5)
Charles Finney
221(6)
H. A. W. Meyer
227(3)
A. B. Ritschl
230(4)
C. H. Spurgeon
234(6)
Concluding remarks
240(2)
Twentieth Century insights and interdenominational dialogues
242(98)
Rectification as God's establishing of a right relationship
243(16)
Interdenominational dialogue
259(49)
New perspectives on Paul
308(32)
Summary essay: Paul's doctrine of Rectification in historical perspective
340(27)
The Patristic Period
340(1)
The Medieval Period
341(2)
The Reformation
343(3)
Puritanism and Protestant scholasticism
346(1)
The past 200 years: diversity and ecumenical endeavour
347(9)
APPENDICES
2-A Overview of the major developments in the history of the doctrine of `Justification'
356(2)
2-B The Latin vocabulary of `Justification'
358(2)
2-C Medieval schools of thought on `Justification'
360(3)
2-D F.B. Westcott's English translation of Galatians and Romans (1913)
363(4)
BIBLIOGRAPHY
367(32)
INDEXES
The Scriptures
399(3)
Greek words and phrases
402(2)
Latin words and phrases
404(2)
Persons
406(6)
Subjects
412

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