By William Burt Pope
Brian J. Abasciano President of the Society of Evangelical Arminians has referred to as this the easiest Arminian Systematic theology ever written.
This is the 2d of three volumes written in 1889
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All men are altogether born in sins:4 in this the Jews spoke more truly than they intended. That which is born of the flesh is flesh; 5 and cannot as such see the kingdom of God, for they that we in the flesh cannot please God. 6 But to be born of the flesh is now, to speak reverently, the ordinance of God. Of the eternal penalty we speak not yet: [the free gift came] upon all men unto justification of life, of eternal life; 7 but justification presupposes a condemnation to be removed. And this must teach us not to soften down that strongest phrase of St.
16:25; 7 Luke 2:32. IV. The doctrine in the light of redemption receives certain important modifications. This may be best shown by pointing out a few apparent contradictions which it reconciles and explains: these being referred to the two heads of condemnation and depravity and to the general relation of human nature to its penalty of evil. 1. The nature is condemned, and yet it is universally redeemed. ) However difficult it may be, we must receive the fact of a human nature, abstracted from the persons who inherit it, lost or marred in Adam and found or retrieved in Christ.
2:15,16. 3. But though the sentence of eternal death is bound up with the scheme of recovery, as the sanction of a rejected Gospel, it must be remembered that it is everywhere declared to be the necessary issue of sin as the opposite of all that is called life. Life is nowhere in the Word of God made equivalent to continuance in being: were it so eternal death would be eternal annihilation. Life is communion with God, and its consummation is eternal; death is the end of unrighteousness, and its consummation eternal.
A Compendium of Christian Theology :Systematic Theology Vol 2 of 3 by William Burt Pope