“The reissuing of Shedd’s Dogmatic Theology occasions pure joy for all who are devoted to biblically sound and historically alert theology. Here they will. Dogmatic Theology has 57 ratings and 9 reviews. A classic from a leading Reformed theologian of the s. The editor translated all foreign-language wor . Read Dogmatic Theology from author William Greenough Thayer Shedd. Find more Christian classics for theology and Bible study at Bible Study Tools.
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I got this due to its superb discussion of the Trinity.
Shedd is the best speculative theologian I’ve ever read He had an insight into the nature of God that reminds one doggmatic Augustine and Anselm. I will fo While there are some gaps in Shedd, he is strong precisely where the modern church is weak if I may borrow a phrase from Packer. Natan Sangkong rated it it was ok May 11, Much more biblical, accessible, sensible and practical than say Berkhof, Hodge or any number of others. Freedom of the will, on a biblical view, is primarily self-determination to a single end, not a choice between two yet unchosen contraries Righteousness can be imputed two ways: James Williams rated it it was amazing Jan 01, Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Therefore, for Shedd, inclination is not volition. Hardcoverpages. Daniel Poe rated it it was amazing Sep 30, The first activity of the will is inclination, not volition This book is not yet featured on Listopia. The continuous nature of guilt necessitates the endlessness of retribution.
Yaser Makram rated it really liked it Sep 20, Shedd is very important and too little remembered in our day. Scriptural psychology sees it as the spontaneous inclining of the will to what God commands and aversion of what he forbids.
Some dogmaric said his arguments regarding the extent of the atonement provide evidence for Amyraldianism, but this is fasle–as you will see if you read the book! There’s probably not a review that I could write that would do justice to this book. Infants sinned in Adam, but not after the likeness of Adam.
Shedd says it is a fallacy to think that if penal suffering can be imputed, so must sin Shedd operates out of the Reformed tradition. Erick Bohndorf rated dgmatic it was amazing Oct 06,