Innovation and Reconstruction in the Soteriology of Thomas Erskine of Linlathen
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theory of Joseph Adam Stephenson, Maurice's Wrst incumbent, under whom he
worked and studied at Lympsham in ... 133 T. Erskine, The Brazen Serpent, or Life coming through Death (1831; 3rd edn., Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1879), 39
Author: Jeremy Morris
Publisher: OUP Oxford
This book offers a reassessment of the theology of F. D. Maurice (1805-72), one of the most significant theologians of the modern Church of England. It seeks to place Maurice's theology in the context of nineteenth-century conflicts over the social role of the Church, and over the truth of the Christian revelation. Maurice is known today mostly for his seminal role in the formation of Christian Socialism, and for his dismissal from his chair at King's College, London, over his denial of the doctrine of eternal punishment. Drawing on the whole range of Maurice's extensive published work, this book argues that his theology, and his social and educational activity, were held together above all by his commitment to a renewal of Anglican ecclesiology. At a time when, following the social upheavals of the French Revolution and the Industrial Revolution, many of his contemporaries feared that the authority of the Christian Church - and particularly of the Church of England - was under threat, Maurice sought to reinvigorate his Church's sense of mission by emphasizing its national responsibility, and its theological inclusiveness. In the process, he pioneered a new appreciation of the diversity of Christian traditions that was to be of great importance for the Church of England's ecumenical commitment. He also sought to limit the damage of internal Church division, by promoting a view of the Church's comprehensiveness that acknowledged the complementary truth of convictions fiercely held by competing parties.
serpent, as Augustine says, is the death of Christ, the cause being signified by
the effect (Aug. De Pecc. Mer, et Remiss. i. 32). ... 351 ff., 1858), and Erskine, The Brazen Serpent, or Life coming through Death, 1831. NoTEs on READINGS IN ...
Author: B. F. Westcott
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
B.F. Westcott's classic work on the Greek text of the Gospel of John was the fruit of forty years of research, the book having been commissioned around 1860 and published posthumously by his son. The Greek text is that of Westcott and Hort. Readings of select Greek uncial manuscripts are placed beneath the text in the case of textual variants noted in the Introduction, and all the more important readings are treated in special critical notes, which are indexed.
Renewing Christology and Pneumatology in a Globalizing World Anselm K. Min,
Christoph Schwöbel. wenn essich ... 26Thomas Erskine of Linlathen, The Brazen Serpent or Life Coming Through Death (Edinburgh 1831), p. 158: “He was ...
Author: Anselm K. Min
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
Christology and Pneumatology face many challenges today. Eight contributors, four European and four Asian theologians, respond to some of these challenges. Christoph Schwöbel responds to the challenge of fundamentalism and spiritualism through the renewal of the Trinitarian theology of the Reformers, Markus Mühling through a return to the "concarnational" Pneumatology of Thomas Erskine. Hans-Joachim Sander meets the challenge of suffering and powerlessness through the postmodern hermeneutics of heterotopia (Foucault), Lieven Boeve responds to that of skepticism and pluralism through the hermeneutics of interruption. Lee Ki-Sang and Kim Heup Young address the globalization of materialism and anthropocentrism through the respective retrieval of the apophaticism and Christology of Ryu Young Mo, increasingly noted today for his original synthesis of Christianity, Buddhism, Confucianism, and Daoism. Finally, Lai Pan-Chiu and Anselm Min engage in an East/West dialogue, Lai by comparing the Christian idea of deification and the Neo-Confucian idea of self-cultivation, Min the Trinity of Aquinas and the Triad of Zhu Xi. This is a substantial, timely, and insightful contribution to Christology and Pneumatology in the context of the many issues raised by globalization, especially the need for serious East/West dialogue.
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ALF the world is said not to know how the other half is living . If this be true of the
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life but Christ? who said, “ I am the resurrection and the life: he who believeth in
me, though he be dead he shall live; and every one of those ... Verily as the
people of Israel looked on the brazen serpent, and were healed of the serpents'
bite, so will now be healed of their sins ... Through a tree death came to us, when
Adam ate the forbidden apple, and through a tree life came again to us and
Author: 'lfric Abbot of Eynsham
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The writings of 'lfric of Eynsham (c.950-c.1010) are among the most important to survive from Anglo-Saxon England. He was shaped by tenth-century monastic reform, and his promotion of Old English was highly influential. His earliest known works, the Sermones Catholici (c.990-5), are adaptations of Latin texts rendered in Old English. The homilies draw on the gospels, saints' lives and other doctrinal themes. They were intended to be delivered over two years. This two-volume collection, first published between 1844 and 1846, contains transcriptions of the Old English texts with facing-page translations by Benjamin Thorpe (1781/2-1870). A well-respected scholar with a strong interest in promoting the study of Old English, Thorpe produced an important edition of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle for the Rolls Series (also reissued in this series). Volume 2 of the present work contains the sermons for the second year, focusing on doctrine and church history.
The manna would never have cured his sin; nor would the brazen serpent have
kept him from starving. Suppose he ... The manna was God's provision to redeem
his life from destruction, after the serpent had redeemed it from death. And if he ...
Author: Henry Drummond
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
The addresses which make up this volume were written by Professor Drummond between the years 1876 and 1881, and are now published in the hope that they may continue his work. Included here are "Ill-Temper," "Why Christ Must Depart," "Going to the Father," "The Eccentricity of Religion," "To Me to Live Is Christ," "Clairvoyance," "The Three Facts of Sin," "The Three Facts of Salvation," "Marvel Not," "Penitence," "The Man After God's Own Heart," "What is Your Life?," "What is God's Will?," "The Relation of the Will of God to Sanctification," and "How to Know the Will of God."
38 Erskine of Linlathen The full title of the book which so profoundly affected
Maurice in the year 1830 was The Brazen Serpent ; or , Life Coming Through Death.39 The theme of the sub - title was an oddly appropriate one for Thomas
ordinances , for 10 make in himself , of twain , one new man , s making peace ;
and that he might reconcile both unto God in one body ... So much for this first
thing , Christ as slain , is called a living way , for there were great works of life
even in his death . ... He is that living brend that came down from heaven , that
gave his flesh for the life of the world , John vi . 51. The brazen serpent was a
type of this .
t , whos Tewman are in general rather visions of the intellect than efficient moral
principles in the heart and conduct . ... 563 - 4 ; Thomas Erskine , The Brazen Serpent , or Life Coming through Death ( London , 1831 ) , 235 - 6 ; and Letters of
Clark would appear to have been referring to Coleridge's doctrine that the
indwelling of Christ's divinity in men is the fruit of the Redemption.234 With
Thomas ... See T. Erskine , The Brazen Serpent ; Or Life Coming through Death ,
1831 , pp .
By the same Author . The Brazen Serpent : Or , Life coming through Death . Third
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Essays & Comment on Current Topics : Excerpts from Edinburgh Foreign
Quarterly & Quarterly Reviews. THE EDINBURGH REVIEW . JUNE , 1831 . ... The Brazen Serpent , or Life coming through Death . By Thomas Erskine , Esq .
The Jews unto their own question , Why Asa and Iehoshaphat removing the idols in high places took not also away the brazen serpent , give this answer : The
fathers left a place for Hezekiah to exercise his zeal . That great conqueror ...
elsewhere , and which I find nowhere recorded but in the history of the early
church : and just as they are fervent in spirit ... this further in a book which he
published the following year called The Brazen Serpent , or Life coming through Death .