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Saturday, November 26, 2011

Was the doctrine of limited atonement first advocated by the gnostics?

A lecture by the Reformed protestant scholar T.F. Torrance

The link:
Lecture 8 Q&A



He talks about it in passing towards the later half of this lecture for a few minutes, but he spends more time on it in the Q&A session.
Lecture 8

2 comments:

William Birch said...

What amazes me most in the Q&A is how the man/men who asked the questions on the atonement, etc., assumed causality, which, of course, is consistent with his erroneous, deterministic theology, but was the central cause, if your will, of all his contentions.

That is, I'm assuming the questions were asked by one who assumed a deterministic (Calvinist) theology, and was not asking them merely playing Devil's advocate.

Thank you for this! I'll be using it!!

Jnorm said...

Anytime William! And you're right, the person did assume a deterministic worldview.

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