The soteriology of James Ussher : the act and object of saving faith

Richard Snoddy offers a detailed study of the applied soteriology of the Irish reformer James Ussher. After locating Ussher in the ecclesiastical context of 17th-century Ireland and England, the book examines his teaching on the doctrines of atonement, justification, sanctification and assurance. It...

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Main Author: Snoddy, Richard.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York Oxford University Press 2014, 2014
Series:Oxford studies in historical theology / Oxford studies in historical theology
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Summary:Richard Snoddy offers a detailed study of the applied soteriology of the Irish reformer James Ussher. After locating Ussher in the ecclesiastical context of 17th-century Ireland and England, the book examines his teaching on the doctrines of atonement, justification, sanctification and assurance. It considers their interconnection in his thought, as well as documenting his change of mind on a number of important issues
Physical Description:1 online resource
ISBN:9780199369430