Discourses of Redemption

By Robinson Stuart

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Discourse of Redemption by Stuart Robinson and published by Tentmaker.

In 1867, Robinson placed before the American public "specimens" of his biblical expositions, which considered a logical development of the gospel as it unfolded historically. In this brief description of his book one learns that redemption ("the gospel")r.l,as in view as it was progressively unfolded. In short, Robinson was presenting to the public the Scriptures as redemptive history, showing sensitivity to the linear-historical nature of revelation...

Robinson explained that the mode of the Bible's revelation is through a series of covenants, each one a larger development of that which precedes it. Successive covenants mark the expansion of revelation as it flows from the gracious hand of God. This idea, as noted above, guided Robinson ten years earlier when he published his work on ecclesiology. Each period of revelation is marked by a divine covenant-Adamic pre-lapsarian, Adamic post-lapsarian. Noahic, Abrahamic, Mosaic, Davidic, and Messianic (New Covenant). During each of these periods there was a development and accumulation of revelatory data regarding what man was to believe concernins God and what God demanded of man.

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Publisher Tentmaker
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ISBN 9781901670592
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