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Christian Theologies of SalvationA Comparative Introduction$

Justin S. Holcomb

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Abelard, Peter, 118–119, 120, 121, 122;
atonement, 118;
disappointment over satisfaction model, 119;
rejection of ransom theory, 119;
doctrine of salvation, 119;
sanctification and its outworking, 120;
soteriology and self-improvement, 119;
view of the atonement different than Anselm, 118
Acts 2:23, 44;
2:36, 106;
17:24, 263
Anabaptists, 29, 186
Anselm of Canterbury, 4, 116–117, 121, 122, 124–142, 169;
authority, 136–137;
baptism, 135, 136;
Cur Deus Homo, 117, 124, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 133, 135, 137, 169;
devil, 133–135;
divine-human relationship, 118;
economy of salvation, 125, 134, 135, 137–138;
filioque clause, 129;
human depravity, 117;
influence, 137–139;
Monologion, 124, 128;
obedience, 136;
original sin, 131, 134, 135, 136;
post-lapsarian, 129;
Proslogion, 124, 127, 128, 133;
rejection of ransom theory, 116;
Scripture, 129–131;
sin, 131–133;
theology of salvation, 117, 118, 125, 128, 129, 131, 135, 138;
traducianism, 129;
Trinity, 128;
view of the atonement, 118, 125, 135;
view of incarnation, 125, 131, 135
antinomianism, 186, 188, 204
Apollinarianism, 96, 100, 110
Aquinas, Thomas, 4, 119–120, 121, 122, 143–159, 183, 192, 228, 336, 345;
Christ’s work of mediation between God and humanity, 151–154;
Council of Lyons, 144;
deification and merit, 147–150;
effects of Christ’s Passion, 144;
free will and its role, 147;
humanity of Christ, 151, 154;
incarnation, 150, 151;
justice and justification, 145–147, 154;
justification, 119, 146, 148, 153;
justification and affect on interior disposition, 119, 120, 154;
justification and grace, 144, 145;
justification as ongoing process, 120;
justification as process of conversion, 147;
love of God, 120;
Paschal mystery and primary events of salvation, 151;
salvation, 119, 120, 144, 149, 150;
salvation and human cooperation, 153;
salvation and the work of Christ’s resurrection, 153;
sin and grace, 120;
source of salvation in Christ, 150–154;
Summa Contra Gentiles, 144;
Summa Theologiae, 144;
two types of justice, 145–146
Aristotle, 103
Arminian, 253
Athanasius, 3, 4, 12, 13, 18, 19, 76, 125, 134;
active reception, 79;
Arians, 76;
Christology, 87;
Christ’s death as sacrificial offering, 84;
Contra Gentes—De Incarnatione, 76, 83, 84;
Council of Nicaea, 76;
creation, 77–79;
descending of the Word, 84;
Discourses, 76;
divine dilemma; 82–85;
divine descent, 82;
first cause, 84;
full divinity of the Son, 85;
grace, 79;
incarnation, 77, 82, 84, 86;
Irenaeus, 77;
ongoing spiritual conflict, 81;
partitive exegesis, 86;
perfection of the divine work, 89;
philanthropia, 78; (p.370)
right objective, 81;
role of Holy Spirit in salvific plan, 87;
salvation, 82, 89;
Scripture, 77;
sin and its consequences, 80–81;
union with God through the Son of God, 85–89
Augustine, 3, 13, 15, 19, 59, 116, 125, 134, 182, 183, 189, 196, 204, 210, 211, 215, 228, 264, 294;
Christology, 68;
The City of God, 59;
communion with God, 65, 67;
Confessions, 60, 63, 64, 68;
Council of Chalcedon, 68;
De doctrina Christiana, 60;
deification, 61, 72–73;
divided hearts, 64, 73;
divine healing, 65–68;
effect of salvation, 71;
God’s goodness, 66, 67;
humanity’s need of salvation, 60;
human rebellion, 61, 63;
incarnate Christ, 61, 73;
incorporation of humans into Christ’s body, 61;
legacy of pride, 62;
The Literal Interpretation of Genesis, 60;
moral example of Christ, 70;
nature of God’s grace, 60;
second emptying, 72;
theology of salvation, 60, 61–65, 68, 73;
theology of sin and grace, 216–217;
transformation of the saved, 71–73;
unification of natures, 69;
whole Christ, 71
Balthasar, Hans Urs van, 5, 6, 124, 257, 304, 318, 322–324;
“autonomy” as false freedom, 325;
anonymous Christian, 338;
atonement, 327–333,
four areas of agreement with Rahner, 329;
Christian life, 333–336;
Christ’s suffering at human hands, 331;
Communio, 319;
distaste for propositionalism, 322;
co-redeemers through relationship with Christ, 335;
divine abandonment, 333;
doctrine of justification, 333;
doctrine of sanctification, 333;
Eastern Christian emphasis on the atonement, 330;
Father’s wrath, 331, 332;
forgiveness in Christ, 333;
God-forsakenness, 331;
God’s glory and salvific effect, 337–338;
humans as apex of creation, 336;
intersubjective encounters, 323;
life after death as surpassing fulfillment of human race, 337;
love of God versus love of neighbor, 336;
Mary’s archetypal faith, 335–336;
mystical union, 331;
neoscholasticism, 322;
original sin and acceptance of Church’s position, 326;
personal relationship with Jesus of the faithful, 335;
principle of divine immutability, 332;
reconciliation, 337;
salvation, 330, 337;
self-transcendent dynamism, 322;
sin, 324–326;
solidarity in suffering of the Son, 337;
supernatural existential, 322;
Theological Aesthetics, 319
baptism, 135, 136, 182
Barth, Karl, 5, 6, 124, 256, 300–317, 339;
atonement, 312;
Christian Life, 311;
Church Dogmatics, 300, 307, 308, 310, 311;
creation and redemption as two points of one ellipse, 302;
doctrine of God, 301, 302, 304;
doctrine of election, 301, 305, 306;
doctrine of reconciliation, 307–311, 312;
doctrine of revelation, 301;
election and the God of salvation:
In Christ, 303–307, 312;
Gospel as nature of election, 306;
“in Christ,” 303, 304, 312;
justification, 307, 308;
life of faith and the scope of salvation, 311–314;
otherness of God, 301;
predestination, 306;
Romerbrief, 300;
salvation, 307, 308, 311, 312, 314;
sanctification, 309, 310;
self-election of Jesus Christ, 302;
soteriological existentialism, 303;
soteriological objectivism, 312;
soteriology, 306, 312;
universalism, 313, 314
Basil of Caesarea, 4, 13, 18, 95, 98–102;
Against Eunomius, 98;
and Apollinarius, 100;
and baptism, 101;
and healing, 100;
and Pelagianism, 102;
and salvation, 98, 99, 101, 102;
contrasts of (p.371) Christ’s birth, 100;
economic text, 98;
Homily on Humility, 101;
immanent and economic Trinities, 98;
interchangeability of humanity and flesh, 99;
mode of theology, 98;
subsistence before the ages, 98;
two perspectives on the Son of God, 98
Behr, John, 41, 363
Bernard of Clairvaux, 216
Billings, J. Todd, 208, 363
Bucer, Martin, 188, 210, 230
Calvin, John, 4, 5, 186, 187, 188, 208, 263, 264;
adoption, 209, 210;
atonement, 221;
baptism and Calvin’s theology, 210;
departs from Augustine on justification, 217;
doctrine of justification, 187, 209, 210, 212, 213, 215, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222;
double grace, 187, 209, 212, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 220, 222;
double grace and the Christian life, 217–219;
divine nature, 221;
engrafted into Christ, 210, 214;
exegetical theologian, 209;
expansion of theme through biblical exegesis, 212–216;
inseparability of justification and sanctification, 215;
Institutes of the Christian Religion, 208, 212, 213, 214, 216, 217, 218, 219, 221;
mystical union, 220;
Osiander controversy, 219–221;
prayer and Spirit activation, 217;
sacrifice of praise, 218;
sanctification, 187, 213–214, 215, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222;
shared view with Luther, Melanchthon on doctrine of justification, 212;
sum of the gospel, 209, 222;
theology of salvation, 208, 209, 215, 221, 222;
Trinitarian, 209;
theology of union with Christ, 209–211, 212, 214, 216, 217, 220, 221, 222;
union with Christ in Calvin’s early work, 210–211;
union with Christ and Calvin’s use of the church fathers, 216–217;
view of Mass, 218;
work of the Holy Spirit, 220
Cappadocians, 3, 4, 19, 95–112, 106, 110;
and Apollinarianism, 96;
baptism, 110;
Cappadocian Fathers, 95;
Christological dogma, 97;
doctrinal polemic, 110;
mystery of salvation, 96;
salvation and Christ’s humanity, 97;
salvation as the overcoming of death, 96;
soteriology, 97, 110
Catholic Reform (a.k.a., Catholic Counter-Reformation), 4, 5, 187–188; 225–247;
baptism, 233, 238;
confession, 233, 239;
contesting the Reformation, 229–231;
Council of Trent, 225, 226, 227, 232, 233, 235, 236, 237, 238, 241;
Decree on Justification and its significance, 235, 236, 238;
developing doctrine, 228–229;
divine grace, 229;
double justification, 188, 230, 234, 237;
Erasmus, 229;
extrinsic imputation, 232, 233;
First Justification, 227, 233, 238;
forensic justification, 230;
free will of mankind, 229, 236, 238, 240;
fundamental matters, 234–236;
hierarchy, 226;
imputed justice error, 233;
Incarnation, 240, 244;
Jansenism, 243;
Jesuit order, 225;
justification nature and content, 226, 231, 234, 236–238, 237, 239;
justification and Catholic doctrine, 232–234;
justification and the sacraments, 238–241;
limited atonement, 236;
Luther against, 229, 232;
mediation, 226;
nominalism, 228;
Paschal mystery, 227, 240;
Pelagianism, 229, 234, 235;
predestination to evil, 236, 242;
sacraments, 226, 227, 239;
salvation, 226, 227, 228, 230, 231, 236, 241;
salvation and justification as processes, 233;
salvation as sanctification, 227, 237;
sanctification, 237, 239, 244;
scripture, 226;
Second Justification, 231;
Tridentine Council, 231–232, 241–243;
voluntarism, 228;
will of God for salvation, 236 (p.372)
Christology, 19
Christus Victor, 2
Clement of Rome, 23
Colossians 1:15, 43;
1:18, 227, 234
Council of Trent, 5, 187, 225, 226, 227, 232, 233, 235, 236, 237, 238, 241, 252
Cyril of Alexandria, 216
Cyril of Jerusalem, 15, 16
deificatio, 19
deification, 2, 18, 61, 72–73
Deuteronomy 6:5, 273;
7:9, 263;
7:12, 263;
11:26–28, 263;
30:15, 263
Devil, 115, 133;
harrowing of Hell, 115
Dickens, W. T., 318, 364
Enlightenment, 252, 254
Ephesians 1:22–23, 234;
1:23, 109; 5, 336;
5:27, 240;
6:12, 14
Erasmus, 201, 229
Eunomius, 16, 98, 110
Exodus 3:14, 171
Ezekiel 33:11, 263;
33:20, 263;
44:9, 27
Ezra 9:13–14, 263
Faith and Science, war between, 252, 255
First Corinthians 2:2, 123;
4:17, 101;
5:9–11, 28;
8:11, 263; 10, 30;
12:5–9, 68; 13, 122; 15, 46, 108;
15:21–22, 83;
15:28, 109;
15:36, 46;
15:44, 46, 46;
15:45–46, 48, 49;
15:50, 48
First John 2:1–2, 263;
4:14, 263
First Peter 1:4; 18;
3:15, 130;
3:18–20, 116
First Thessalonians 4:1–7, 28
First Timothy 2:3–4, 263;
2:4, 236;
2:6, 115, 263;
4:10, 263;
6:15, 83
fundamentalism, 256
Galatians 4:27, 54;
5:6, 233;
6:7–9, 28
Gasper, Giles E. M., 124, 364
Genesis 1, 337;
1:26, 55;
1:26–27, 43;
1:27, 62;
1:31, 62;
2:7, 49;
3:5, 62, 63;
3:17, 263;
4:7, 263;
45:5, 8, 44
Gordon, James, 281, 364
Greggs, Tom, 300, 363
Gregory of Nazianzus, 4, 14, 16, 17, 19, 95, 110, 125, 134;
and the incarnation of Christ, 102, 104;
and salvation, 102, 104;
Apollinarian controversy, 104;
autobiographical Christology, 102;
deifying humanity, 104;
exchange, 103;
mixture versus complete mixture, 102–103, 104;
Theological Orations, 102, 104;
sacrament of baptism, 104;
Tree of Knowledge as contemplation, 103
Gregory of Nyssa, 4, 19, 95, 96, 133;
Catechetical Oration, 107;
Christology, 109;
Christ’s role in saving humanity, 106, 108;
divine nature, 107;
doctrine of perpetual progress, 109;
Eunomius, 16;
God’s universal providence, 107;
humanity’s original state as perfection, 105;
human nature, 107;
incarnation, 107;
like by like, 108;
Logos and deception, 107;
mixture, 106, 107;
On Virginity, 105;
On the Making of Humanity, 105;
paschal transformation, 107;
three themes about the eschaton, 109;
universal salvation, 109;
vision of salvation, 108
Gutiérrez, Gustavo, 5, 6, 258, 344–362;
Christological mysteries, 354–355;
Church as sacrament of liberation, 351–354;
definition of salvation, 345, 351;
“distinction of planes,” 353;
dualistic salvation, 346, 347, 348;
“ecclesiastical narcissism,” 352;
efficacy of human action, 348;
God’s self-revelation, 346, 348;
integral salvation, 346–348, 354;
“irruption of the poor,” 359;
Jesus of liberation, Christ of solidarity, 354–356;
Latin America, 345;
liberation from sin, 351;
liberation theology, 6, 258, 344, 345, 348–351;
neo-scholastic thought versus Gutiérrez, 346, 353, 359 (p.373) ;
patristic theology, 356;
“political Augustinianism, 352;
Roman Catholic Church, 344, 352, 354;
socioeconomic, 350;
soteriology, 348, 355;
Theology of Liberation, 344, 345;
theology of salvation, 346, 347, 348, 350;
salvific will of God, 355;
three levels of meaning in liberation, 350–351;
three meanings of poverty, 357–359;
three models of soteriology, 352;
unity in history, 348;
universal call of humanity, 348;
“utopian-historical,” 350
Hebrews 2:9, 263;
2:10, 19;
2:9, 14–15, 83
Hide, Kerrie, 160, 364
Hogg, David, 115, 365
Holcomb, Justin S., 363
Irenaeus, 3, 13, 15, 16, 41, 115, 134;
Against the Heresies, 41, 46;
animation, 46, 47, 49, 50, 52;
arc of the economy, 48, 49;
baptism as regeneration, 53;
beginning with Christ, the Savior, 41–45;
Christ is first human, 51–55;
Christ first shows life of God in human form, 43;
Demonstration of the Apostolic Preaching, 41;
economy, 44, 45, 52;
finding of salvation, 51;
generations, 46, 53;
gospel as recapitulation of Scripture through the cross, 42;
humanity subject to mortality, 52;
inheritance, 48;
pre-exist, 45;
sign of Jonah, 49–51;
task of theology, 44;
type, 43, 45;
vivification, 46, 47, 49, 52
Isaiah 25:8, 48; 42–53, 164;
42:5, 48;
45:2, 263;
54:1, 53;
57:16, 48
James 2, 122;
2:17, 26, 28
James, Frank A., III, 181, 365
Job 36:5, 263
John 1:3–4, 46;
1:29, 263;
3:17, 67, 263;
5:34–40, 263;
9:3, 54;
12:47, 263;
14:6, 26;
15:5, 234;
19:5, 55
Julian of Norwich, 4, 120–123, 160–177;
atonement, 164;
be-closed, 169;
beholding and seeing, 162–163;
bliss, 169;
Christogenesis, 167;
Christophany, 163;
illness experience, 160;
knowledge that leads to love of God, 122;
mysticism, 121;
oneing through joy, 169–172;
oneing through love, 167–169;
prayer and beseeking, 173;
revelations of God, 122;
Revelation of Love, 160;
salvific presence of Christ, 171, 174;
showings, 162;
soteriology, 121, 173;
soteriology of oneing, 161–162, 163–174;
suffering and salvation, 161, 164–167;
three beholdings, 162;
three revelations of the crucified Christ, 164–172;
view of salvation, 122, 161, 162, 167
late medieval soteriologies, 182
Lee, Michael Edward, 344, 365
Liberalism, modern, 256
liberation theology, 6, 257, 258
Lombard, Peter, 137, 143
Luke 6:46, 28;
19:41, 263;
23:47, 26;
24:26–27, 42
Luther, Martin, 4, 5, 29, 182, 187, 188, 191–207, 210, 216, 251, 253;
Anfectungen, 182, 183, 184, 189, 194;
Antinomian Controversy, 203, 204;
baptism and Luther’s understanding of, 194–195, 199;
Crucial Period of 1514–1520, 194;
distinction with regard to perspicuity, 201;
divine grace, 184;
divine will, 193;
doctrine of justification, 181, 183, 185, 188, 186, 193, 195, 198, 200, 202, 204, 211;
error with Erasmus, 201;
Heidelberg Disputation, 195, 196, 197, 198, 200;
human will, 201;
humility and development of, 195–204;
imputation, 200;
Large Catechism, 202;
Law-Gospel dialectic, 202, 253;
Ninety Five Theses Against Indulgences, 196;
pactum idea, 193;
Small Catechism, 202;
theology of the cross, 197; (p.374)
theology of human impotence, 200;
theology of salvation, 183, 192, 193, 199, 204;
theology of sin and grace, 211;
theses for debating theological and philosophical topics, 196;
transubstantiation, 199;
sanctification, 185;
union with Christ, 211;
via moderna, 192;
whole Christ, 199;
will of God, 201;
wonderful exchange between Christian and Christ, 184
Mark 10:45, 115;
16:15, 263
Matthew 5:17, 28;
5:20, 30;
5:44–45, 25;
7:24, 28;
11:29, 26;
20:28, 115;
22:9, 263;
24:13, 17;
25:1–12, 27
McCall, Thomas H., 261, 366
Meconi, David Vincent, 59, 365
Melanchthon, Philip, 185, 188, 200, 210, 211;
doctrine of justification, 211;
imputed righteousness, 185, 200, 211;
sanctification, 211
Middle Ages, 4, 115;
and soteriology, 122
Moral example, 2, 70
Moral Transformation, 2
Moravian theology, 253, 254
neo-scholasticism, 257, 319
Nicene Creed, 1, 330
Origen, 3, 13, 14, 16, 22, 65, 108, 115;
adoption, 31;
Commentary on Romans, 17;
conversion in three stages, 29;
divine-human cooperation, 35;
doctrine of salvation, 22, 29;
faith and works, 28–32;
final salvation, 25;
grace of Christ, 25;
Hexapla, 22;
justification, 27, 31;
moral transformation, 35;
reconciliation, 31;
salvation, 33–37;
theory of original sin, 24;
two justifications, 29;
two kinds of faith, 29;
unity and synthesis, 29;
universal reconciliation, 32–33;
work of the Incarnate Word, 24;
works of the law, 33–37
original sin, 182, 189, 235, 266, 288, 294
Paschal mystery, 151, 227, 240
Pelagius, 182, 251, 288;
denial of intrinsic grace, 228;
emphasis of free will, 228
Penal Substitution, 2
Philippians 2:7, 69;
2:12, 226;
3:6, 42
Pietism, 253, 254
Platonism, 24
Prudlo, Donald S., 225, 366
Protestantism:
salvation from anfectungen, 182–187,
two branches, 186
Proverbs 1:23, 263;
1:44, 101
Psalm 32:1–2, 29;
71:19, 63;
106:31, 33;
145:9, 263
Radde-Gallwitz, Andrew, 95, 366
Rahner, Karl, 5, 6, 257, 318, 320–322, 346, 355;
anonymous Christian, 338–339;
atonement, 327–333,
four areas of agreement with Balthasar, 329;
baptized Christian, 339;
Christian life, 333–336;
divine immutability, 332;
doctrine of justification, 333;
doctrine of sanctification, 333;
Eucharist and other sacraments, 334;
forgiveness in Christ, 333;
Foundations of Christian Faith, 318;
God-forsakenness, 328;
humans as apex of creation, 336;
life after death as surpassing fulfillment of human race, 337;
nature of poverty, 356;
neoscholasticism, 320, 321;
personal relationship with Jesus of the faithful, 335;
pre-apprehension, 321;
preferential option for the poor, 356;
“quasi-sacramental” event of Jesus, 239;
reconciliation, 337;
Resurrection, 328;
salvation, 337, 338;
salvific will of God, 328;
self-delusion, 325;
sin, 324–326;
self-transcendence, 321, 324, 325, 327, 338;
supernatural existential, 321, 337, 338; (p.375)
Theological Investigations, 318;
transcendental theology, 322, 338;
view of death, 328
Ransom, 2, 115
reconciliation, 182, 284, 307–311, 312, 337
Reeves, Ryan, 251, 367
Reformation, 4, 181, 229–231;
context of salvation, 181
regeneration, 182, 186, 268–273, 296
Revelation 5, 42;
21:20, 240
Romans 1:17, 196;
2:6–10, 28;
3:6, 67;
3:9–18, 24;
3:28, 33;
4:5, 147;
4:6–8, 30;
4:7–8, 29;
4:24–25, 35; 5, 332;
5:14, 41, 43;
5:18, 25, 263; 6, 214;
6:3, 53;
6:11, 35; 8, 214, 217;
8:2, 33;
8:17, 149;
8:29, 215; 9, 265;
9:13, 66;
10:9–10, 36;
10:12, 263; 11, 215;
11:6, 33;
14:12, 28;
14:15, 263
Salvation, 181, 252, 258, 259;
and faith through repentance, 15–16;
as a line, 16–18;
as demonstration of God’s omnipotence, 14–15;
as divinization, 18;
as sacramental process, 187–188;
by grace, 189;
fulfilled through baptism, 16;
of exchange, 19;
role in modern theology, 259;
salvific mission of Jesus, 181
Satisfaction, 2, 119
Scheck, Thomas P., 22, 367
Schleiermacher, Friedrich, 5, 6, 253, 281–299;
blessedness, 6;
Christian Faith, 254, 282, 283, 285, 298;
Christology, 293;
Christ’s and the corporate life of blessedness, 289–290;
Christ’s person and work, 291–296;
consciousness of grace, 298;
conversion, 296–297;
corporate consciousness of sin, 288, 290;
creation and sin for redemption, 290–291;
doctrine of regeneration, 296;
doctrine of salvation, 285, 298;
doctrine of sanctification, 296, 297;
doctrine of sin, 285, 288;
empirical view of salvation, 284, 295;
Fall of humanity, 288;
Father of Modern Liberal Theology, 282;
incarnation of Christ, 293;
individual’s experience of Christ’s redemption, 296;
justification, 297;
liberal Enlightenment, 282;
magical view of sin and salvation, 284, 295;
mystical view of salvation, 283, 295;
original and actual sin, 287–288, 289, 293;
reconciliation, 284;
redemption in Christ, 284, 289, 295;
religious consciousness, 283;
repentance and faith, 296;
sin and God-consciousness, 285, 286–287, 290, 291, 292, 293, 294, 295, 297, 298;
sin and self-consciousness, 285, 287;
sin and salvation, 283–285;
sin in light of redemption, 285;
two distinct groups of actual sin, 289;
unclouded blessedness, 295
Second Chronicles 15:1–2, 263
Second Corinthians 3:12–4:6, 42;
5:10, 28;
5:14, 83, 263
Second Peter 1:4, 148;
2:1, 263;
3:9, 263
Second Vatican Council, 352, 353
Staudt, R. Jared, 143, 367
Synod of Dordt, 252
Theologies of Salvation, 1, 2;
mapping of, 6;
Patristic theologies, 3;
unifying theme, 6
theosis, 18, 19
Titus 1:3, 83
Trueman, Carl, 191, 367
Vermigli, 186, 210;
justification, 186;
regeneration, 186;
sanctification, 186
Wesley, Charles, 11, 261, 267
Wesley, John, 5, 251, 261–280;
baptism and new birth, 270;
Calvinist soteriology and differences, 263;
divine justice, 264;
doctrine of assurance, 274;
doctrine of irresistible grace, 262, 263;
doctrine of justification, 261, 266–268, 271;
doctrine of limited atonement, 262, 264;
doctrine of original sin, 270; (p.376)
doctrine of salvation, 261, 266;
doctrine of sanctification, 262;
doctrine of unconditional election, 262;
entire sanctification, 273;
evangelism and works of mercy and justice, 275;
genuine Christians, 270;
implications of the Gospel and the hope of glory, 275–277;
Methodist Articles of Religion, 267;
perseverance and assurance in the Christian life, 273–275;
predestination and election, 262–266,
against Reformed, 265;
regeneration and sanctification, 268–273;
regeneration as gate into process of sanctification, 272;
salvation, 273, 276;
sanctification of the Holy Spirit, 253, 266, 267, 268, 271, 272;
theological framework of Wesley’s soteriology, 262;
theology, 253;
two senses of election, 265;
Zinzendorf and Wesley’s rejection of instantaneous perfection, 270
Williams, D. H., 11, 367
Wisdom of Solomon, 80
Yocum, John, 76, 368
Zwingli, Ulrich, 187, 263