The Life and Thought of John Gill (1697-1771): A Tercentennial Appreciation

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John Gill, Michael A. G. Haykin
BRILL, 1997 - 238페이지
This volume of essays focuses on the thought of John Gill, the doyen of High Calvinism in the transatlantic Baptist community of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Among the topics covered are Gill's trinitarian theology, his soteriological views, his Baptist ecclesiology, and his use of Scripture. Other papers are more focused, examining, for instance, his clash with the Arminian Methodist leader John Wesley over the issues of predestination and election, a clash that decisively shaped Wesley's perspective on Calvinism. The tercentennial of Gill's birth in 1997 is a fitting occasion to issue this study of a man whose systematic theology and exposition of the Old and New Testaments formed the mainstay of many eighteenth-century Baptist ministers' libraries and who has never been the subject of a major critical study.
 

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His Life And Ministry
7
A Study in the Reception
51
John Gills Doctrine of Believer Baptism
69
John Gill as Interpreter of the Old Testament
93
John Gills Approach to New Testament Exposition
113
John Gill and the Evangelical Awakening
131
John Gill and Calvinistic Antinomianism
171
The Spirituality of John Gill
191
John Gills Reflections on Women
211
The Ecclesiology of John Gill
225
Index of Subjects 239
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Michael A.G. Haykin, Th.D. (1982) in Church History, University of Toronto, is Professor of Church History at Heritage Theological Seminary, Cambridge, Ontario. He has published both books and articles on the fourth-century Greek Fathers and eighteenth-century Evangelicalism, including a study of the pneuamtology of Athanasius and Basil of Caesarea, "The Spirit of God," and a biography of John Sutcliff, a close friend of William Carey, "One Heart and One Soul: John Sutcliff on Olney, His Friends and His Times."

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