Often caricatured, so-called ‘limited atonement’ is the doctrine that Jesus came definitely to save those particular people given to him by his Father. In a clear and comprehensive overview, Lee Gatiss examines the biblical and doctrinal case for this controversial teaching,explores key moments in its historical development, and expounds its implications for ministry today.
‘a masterful, mini-treatise... I heartily commend this clear-headed, warmhearted treatment.’ - J.I.Packer
LEE GATISS is Director-Elect of Church Society and Visiting Lecturer in Church History at Wales Evangelical School of Theology. He has studied history and theology at Oxford and Cambridge, and has a ThM in Historical and Systematic Theology from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He trained for ministry at Oak Hill in London and has served in several Anglican churches, as well as recently lecturing in Cambridge and various European countries.
Read reviews here: Review of LS78 For Us and For Our Salvation in the British Church Newspaper, January 2013 Review of LS78 For Us and For our Salvation in Church Times, Nov 2012 A review of LS78 "For Us and for our Salvation" in Churchman
Review of LS78 For Us and For Our Salvation in the British Church Newspaper, January 2013
Review of LS78 For Us and For our Salvation in Church Times, Nov 2012
A review of LS78 "For Us and for our Salvation" in Churchman
Published May 2012: 140 pages
ISBN: 978 1 906327 07 01
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