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Divine Rule Maintained: Anthony Burgess, Covenant Theology, and the Place of the Law in Reformed Scholasticism | Gospel eBooks
We’re sorry but you missed this offer. It is no longer free or a deal. Author(s): Stephen J. Casselli Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books Price: $2.99 (Jan 26-27) In ‘Divine Rule Maintained’, Stephen J. Casselli provides us with a window into the exegetical and theological underpinnings of the Westminster Confession’s chapter on the law by delivering an in-depth analysis of Anthony Burgess’s Vindiciae Legis. After a brief introduction to Burgess and his historical context, Casselli details the logical course of Burgess’s book considering the law as given to Adam, the law given to Moses, and finally the proper relation between law and gospel. Along the way, Casselli opens up such controverted points as natural law, the covenant of works, the continuing obligation to the moral law, and the diverse administrations of one unified covenant of grace. What we see is a pastoral theology developed in a richly complex environment where technical distinctions were warranted given the polemical context; where the broad history of the Western catholic tradition was deeply respected; where a covenantal hermeneutic was consistently applied to Scripture; and where all theological formulations grew out of detailed linguistic exegesis of particular texts of Scripture in the context of the broader ecclesiastical community. Table of Contents: 1. Introduction 2. The Life of Anthony Burgess 3. Creation and Law 4. Law Given to Moses 5. Law and Gospel 6. Conclusions Appendix A—Sabbath Appendix B—Antinomianism Appendix C—Index of Sources for Vindiciae Legis Appendix D—Comparison Outlines of WCF 19 and Vindiciae Legis Appendix E—The Will of Anthony Burgess Appendix F—Doctrinal Affirmations from Vindiciae Legis You might also like these deals: Cruel and Usual Punishment: The Terrifying Global Implications of Islamic Law Revelation (New Covenant Commentary Series) Crossway Weekly E-Book Deals: Art and Theology The One True God
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