New PDF release: A Question of Consensus: The Doctrine of Assurance after the

By Jonathan Master

ISBN-10: 1451469411

ISBN-13: 9781451469417

From the very earliest days after its crowning glory in 1646, the Westminster Confession’s place on insurance has been an issue of controversy. during this fascinating new paintings, Jonathan grasp considers the Westminster Confession’s statements on coverage as a place of consensus between a variety of viewpoints.

Master lines how from this one place, the assumption was once multiplied and modified—even through the document’s personal authors!—just years after its reception, in very particular methods. every one of those expansions on what was once meant to be a consensus record kinds the foundation for later traditions concerning coverage in the Reformed and Evangelical traditions.

To date, few reports have tested those expansions as a united entire, and Master’s paintings highlights the ways that the streams of suggestion flowing out of Westminster are as very important as these flowing into it, elevating as they do questions about confession and doctrinal freedom within the becoming Reformed tradition.<

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