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Redemption Accomplished and Applied

Author

John Murray

Category
Redemption Accomplished and Applied
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topic

General Theology, Jesus Christ, Salvation, Atonement, Conversion, Repentance

Format

Book

isbn

9781848714946

Original Pub Date

1955

Banner Pub Date

Sept 16, 2014

binding

Paperback, Kindle (.mobi), ePub

page-count

200

Only available as an eBook.

Endorsement

‘Murray’s distinctive… is his careful exegesis of Scripture passages, so that his theological assertions come straight from the Word of God with all the authority which that gives them. His treatment of the order of application of redemption is masterly… one of the greatest theological books written in the last hundred years.’ — FREE CHURCH WITNESS

Book Description

The value of John Murray’s writing as a theologian has been increasingly recognised in recent years. Here we find the same strong theology, but distilled and expressed for Christian in general rather than for theological students in particular.

Murray deals with the nature and meaning of the death of Christ, and with the way in which the Christian inherits the blessings which flow from it, through regeneration, justification, adoption, sanctification and glorification. There is, he says, ‘an unbreakable chain of events proceeding from God’s eternal purpose in foreknowledge and predestination to the glorification of the people of God.’

Ian Hamilton on Redemption: Accomplished and Applied

Table of Contents Expand ↓

  PART I  
  REDEMPTION ACCOMPLISHED  
1 The Necessity of the Atonement 3
2 The Nature of the Atonement 13
3 The Perfection of the Atonement 43
4 The Extent of the Atonement 51
5 Conclusion 67
  PART II  
  REDEMPTION APPLIED  
1 The Order of Application 73
2 Effectual Calling 83
3 Regeneration 91
4 Faith and Repentance 101
5 Justification 111
6 Adoption 125
7 Sanctification 133
8 Perseverance 143
9 Union with Christ 153
10 Glorification 165
  Index to Scripture Texts 173
  Index of Subjects 181

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