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The Holiness of God in P.T. Forysth's Theology of Atonement

A Thesis by Rev. Noel Due

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PREFACE

I. INTRODUCTION: P. T. FORSYTH THE MAN AND HIS TIMES

A. Preamble.
B . Formative Influences
C. Relationship to Protestant Liberalism and Orthodoxy of His Day .

II. THE NATURE OF GOD'S HOLINESS

A. Introduction
B. The Relationship of Holiness to Judgement
C. The Relationship of Holiness to Love
D. The Relationship Between Holiness and Grace

III. FORSYTH'S UNDERSTANDING OF SIN AND THE STATE OF MAN

A. Introduction
B. Sin Against the Holy God
C. The Plight of Guilty Man

IV. THE NATURE OF CHRIST'S RECONCILING WORK

A. The Essence of Christ's Atonement
B. The Cross as Satisfaction
C. The Cross as Substitution
D. The Cross as Victory and Regeneration

V. THE FRUIT OF CHRIST'S RECONCILING WORK

A. Justification and Sanctification
B. The Meaning of the Atonement for the Church's Life and
Sacraments
C. Atonement and Theodicy
VI. CHRISTOLOGY AND ATONEMENT

A. Person and Work
B. The Athanasian Necessity
C. Kenosis and Plerosis

VII. EVALUATION

BIBLIOGRAPHY
A. Works by Forsyth
B . Other Works

"The Holiness of God in P.T. Forysth's Theology of Atonement"

Noel Due

by Rev. Noel Due

Subject: Holiness, Forsyth

Book Code: 166

Pages: 106 pp, paper A5

Pub. Date: 1986

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