“The reissuing of Shedd’s Dogmatic Theology occasions pure joy for all who are devoted to biblically sound and historically alert theology. Here they will. Read Dogmatic Theology from author William Greenough Thayer Shedd. Find more Christian classics for theology and Bible study at Bible Study Tools. enunciated in dogmatic theology and the creeds, is errone ous ; that the Gospels 1 See Conybeare: Reply to Tindal, in Shedd: History of Doctrine, I.
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Dogmatic Theology by William Greenough Thayer Shedd
Lists with This Book. Praise for the Print Edition It is a profound work that sets forth the deepest themes of religion with a grandeur and majesty of expression that has rarely been equaled and that never will be outdated. Key Features All Latin, French, and German quotations are translated, for the first time, by the editor Notes and subheads are provided by the editor Two glossaries are provided by the editor: No trivia or quizzes yet.
The English translations of Shedd’s many untranslated quotations enhance the work’s accessibility, as do the glossaries, which by themselves may instruct readers dgmatic theological terminology and biography alike. An eminently useful publication and a significant service to the church. Shedd says it is a fallacy to think that if penal suffering can be imputed, so must sin Theoloby the questions of the authority of Scripture, God’s omniscience and omnipotence, human helplessless, the substitutionary atonement, justification, the scope of salvation, and the doctrine of endless punishment are as fiercely contested in our day as in Shedd’s, we will find Dogmatic Theology as relevant as ever.
May 03, Andre rated it it was amazing. But overall, this really is a good text for a reformed systematic.
A classic from a leading Reformed theologian of the s. I will focus on several key themes: Grecu Reading Shedd is like discovering a family heirloom in the attic.
The Pelagian view is wholly in volitions. Sinners in hell are hardened in their sin.
Aside from a few minor reservations, I can now say that I embrace the traducian position on the origin of the soul and union with Adam. Jeff Godwin rated it really liked it Jul 03, But before we get to his conclusion, we must look at Shedd’s logical but brutal refutation of conditional immortality: You are punished, for example, for murdering someone which usually takes just an instantnot on how long the stabbing took.
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His diversified appointments included seven years as professor of English literature at Vermont, two years as professor of sacred rhetoric at Auburn Theological Seminary and eight years as professor of church history at Andover. While there are some gaps in Shedd, he is strong precisely where the modern church is weak if I teology borrow a phrase from Packer.
Natan Sangkong rated it it was ok May 11, James Williams rated it it was amazing Jan 01, Also Good, practical, pastoral Refresh and try again. A sixth-generation descendant of Massachusetts Puritans, Shedd appropriated many of the leading intellectual trends of the nineteenth century without sacrificing his commitment to Reformed orthodoxy.
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Hodge might have been the better organizer and Dabney the most penetrating thinker, but Shedd is the best writer and probably the most powerful thinker.
Righteousness is a gift. The editor translated all foreign-language words and quotations, and wrote an introduction and glossary.
But that doesn’t matter for my shelving purposes here. Infants sinned in Adam, but syedd after the likeness of Adam. Traducianism refuses to separate punishment from culpability. I got this due to its superb discussion of the Trinity.
Highly recommended as a second theology behind a less Reformed systematic theology like Erickson’s.