A Compendium of Christian Theology :Systematic Theology Vol by William Burt Pope

By William Burt Pope

Brian J. Abasciano President of the Society of Evangelical Arminians has referred to as this the simplest Arminian Systematic theology ever written.

This is the third of three volumes written in 1889

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1 Here perfect love stands between perfect fear and perfect service as the bond and complement of both. 4 This commandment is the measure of Evangelical privilege, which the believer has only to accept, and wonder at, and believe, and attain. 1 Deu. 10:12; 2 John 13:34; 3 1 John 2:7; 4 Col. 3:3. 2. Its perfection is simply its soleness and supremacy. It is not in the measure of its intensity, which never ceases to increase throughout eternity until it reaches the maximum, if such there be, of creaturely strength; but, in the quality of its unique and sovereign ascendancy, it has the crisis of perfection set before it as attainable.

6:11; 12 1 John 2:1. 2. More particularly, we have to do with Original Sin. This has two meanings here: it is the individual portion of the common heritage, and it is the common sin that infects the race of man during the whole evolution of its history in time. ) As to the latter, it is not to be doubted that original sin, or sin as generic and belonging to the race in its federal constitution on earth, is not abolished till the time of which it is said, Behold, I make all things new:1 as something of the penalty remains untaken away, so also something of the peculiar concupiscence or liability to temptation or affinity with evil that besets man in this world remains.

The petition that Christ may dwell in your hearts by faith, and that the soul, rooted and grounded in love, may be able to comprehend with all saints what is the breadth and length and depth and height and to know the love of Christ which passeth knowledge, can have no lower aim. And to be fitted into all the fullness of God is perfect holiness. The only question is whether the Apostle prays as for an attainable blessing: a question that ought not to be asked. 1 Eph. 3:16-21. 3. The nature of man confirms this, and illustrates its possibility.

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