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Election of Grace: A riddle without a resolution?

 Election of Grace: A riddle without a resolution?
In this book, Stephen Williams offers a coherent account of the doctrine of election, and argues that we should diminish the role of system in Christian theology.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780802837806
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Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing
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After discussing the biblical teaching on election, Williams turns to questions of theological method and substance. He maintains that the subject of predestination has to be considered in a wider biblical context than it often is and what matters is the relation of particular truths to the particulars of life, not the systematic relation of truths to each other. Williams draws on and applies the insights of 19th- century evangelical Anglican leader, Charles Simeon, throughout. The book opens the series of the Kantzer Lectures in Revealed Theology, a series that addresses the crisis of theology in the church, the perception that theology is irrelevant and unrelated to real life. The four chapters are headed 1: Election in the Old Testament; 2: New Testament election; 3: Dogmatic limits; and 4: Dogmatic difficultires. There is a long appendix on Karl Barth on election.
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