He brilliantly integrates Systematic and Biblical Theology and balances this out with its practical ramifications for all of life with Christ at the center. Peterson is as sound as they come, and his extensive preaching and teaching ministry enables him to make complex theological matters comprehensible to nonspecialists. And he is the last Adam because he does what no one before him or after him could do; as the unique Redeemer he has no successor. This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search form widget. The one who rejects me and does not receive my words has a judge; the word that I have spoken will judge him on the last day. This is a valuable and important contribution to soteriology.
Philadelphia: Westminster, 1960 , 1:527—28 2. He regards Jesus as equal with God. The cross was not its earliest, however. It's not preachy or dry reading. Peterson explains the saving work of Christ, both his deeds and the biblical pictures illustrating them, and thereby points to the magnitude of what Jesus did to save sinners.
The former blind man believes in Jesus, worships him, and enjoys the forgiveness of sins found in him 9:38—41. He fulfilled all righteousness Mt. This time is necessary for searching and sorting links. But I think Salvation Accomplished by the Son is systematic theology at its very best. .
It cites learned biblical commentaries but is also pretty accessible. It deals with doctrines of systematic theology by bringing them into closest proximity with the biblical texts that justify them. The incarnation of the Son of God is an essential precondition for his saving work, as Paul shows in Philippians 2:5—9: Christ Jesus, who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, but made himself nothing, taking the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men. But I think Salvation Accomplished by the Son is systematic theology at its very best. In short, since rich store of every kind of goods abounds in him, let us drink our fill from this fountain, and from no other. He humbled himself by obeying his Father unto death to fulfill his mission. Next Paul connects the incarnation with its purpose—redemption: God sent forth his Son, born of woman, born under the law, to redeem those who were under the law v.
Peterson at Covenant Theological Seminary this semester. Some favor a single fulfillment view that understands Isaiah 7:14 as only predicting the coming of Christ. Now the question begs to be asked, why? I generally do not do book reviews but if you're on the fence about this one it's worth the time. Boyd defends the Christus Victor view, maintaining that Christ in his death and resurrection won a mighty victory over Satan and the demons. Once more we underscore the key fact: it is the incarnation that brings the Son from heaven to earth so he can be Christus Victor.
Now Paul speaks of the arrival of the One who ratifies the new covenant: But when the fullness of time had come, God sent forth his Son 4:4. I appreciated the original language adaptations for those of us who are not fluent in Greek and Hebrew. How does he win this mighty victory? Philadelphia: Westminster, 1960 , 1:464 2. He was also equal with the Father as the phrase the Word was God demonstrates. His work is grander and further reaching than we often think, and Peterson's excellent book goes a long way towards correcting this shortcoming in our theology. It introduces many themes that the rest of the Gospel develops.
Peterson explains the saving work of Christ, both his deeds and the biblical pictures illustrating them, and thereby points to the magnitude of what Jesus did to save sinners. Reichenbach defends the healing view, explaining the atonement in terms of healing and restoration. Then he perceptively underlines the often neglected place of the resurrection of Christ in this saving action. Jesus Is the Word John also portrays the Son as the preincarnate Word. If we seek strength, it lies in his dominion; if purity, in his conception; if gentleness, it appears in his birth.
And I know that his commandment is eternal life. More than a survey of the events of Salvation History, this text unpacks the meaning of God's sacre. Click Download or Read Online button to get Jesus Christ Source Of Our Salvation book now. I will cite one sample passage for each of the seven events other than the crucifixion and resurrection. And by him everyone who believes is freed from everything from which you could not be freed by the law of Moses. He lays out the biblical basis for each of these and explains how they effect our salvation. Moreover, there are two passages that each include four saving events in addition to Acts 2:32—33, quoted above.