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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Paul's from faith to faith. We have, however, to do simply with the evidence afforded, that the consecration of love is a conditional process. The spirit of devotion to God becomes stronger in proportion as these conditions are kept in dependence on the Spirit who imparts that love. 1 1 John 2:5; 2 1 John 4:12,13; 3 1 John 4:16,17; 4 Rom. 1:17. ) As to the state of holiness it is a goal to the attainment of which Christian men are habitually required to bend their effort. It is the object of their own aspiration.

30:6. II. The Spirit of God, as the Spirit of perfect consecration, is poured out upon the Christian Church. And He discharges His sanctifying office as an indwelling Spirit: able perfectly to fill the soul with love, and to awaken a perfect love in return. 1. The last document of the New Testament gives clear expression to the former. 1 The Divine love to man in redemption is revealed TO the soul for its conversion; and it is shed abroad IN the regenerate spirit as the mightiest argument of its gratitude.

5:48. II. This perfection is Evangelical: that is, it is distinguished from every kind of perfection that is not of pure grace; and it bears, like everything pertaining to the estate of humanity, the impress of the condescension and lovingkindness of God. It is, however much the thought may be disapproved of men, a perfection accommodated to our fallen condition: not lowered but accommodated; a distinction this which is not without a difference. There is a consummation here as well as hereafter.

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