Chapter (in Edited Book) ()
Bebbington DW (2010) Evangelicalism. In: Fergusson D (ed.). The Blackwell Companion to Nineteenth-Century Theology, Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 235-250.
evangelicalism; evangelical theology - mode of Christian thinking in the English-speaking world in nineteenth century; characteristics of evangelical theology - in revival period, sustaining into the nineteenth century; theological systems, extracted from the Bible - focusing on doctrine of the cross; evangelical stress on the atonement - alternative interpretations of Christian theology, seeing the incarnation as its kernel; work of Christ, ineffectual - unless applied to soul of the individual; "Theological Dictionary" by English Baptist minister John Rippon - "the MOTION OF GOD in the heart of a sinner"; evangelicals in the Church of England - Calvinist side, controversies against Arminianism of John Wesley; element of Romantic thinking by Evangelicals, adopting of - in the area of eschatology
|Authors||Bebbington David William|
|Place of publication||Chichester|