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An essay on the nature and glory of the Gospel of Jesus Christ on the nature and consequences of spiritual blindness; and on the nature and consequences of Divine illumination. : Designed as a supplement to the author"s Letters and dialogues, on the nature of love to God, faith in Christ, and assurance of a title to eternal life by Joseph Bellamy

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Published by For Isaiah Thomas. in Printed at Worcester [Mass.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Doctrinal Theology,
  • Love,
  • Luce grant,
  • Christianity

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementBy Joseph Bellamy, D.D. Minister of the Gospel at Bethlem
The Physical Object
Pagination307, [1] p.
Number of Pages307
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26894915M

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An essay on the nature and glory of the gospel of Jesus Christ: on the nature and consequences of spiritual blindness; and on the nature and consequences of divine illumination. Designed as a supplement to the author's Letters and dialogues.   An essay on the nature and glory of the gospel of Jesus Christ:: as also on the nature and consequences of spiritual blindness, and the nature and effects of divine illumination. Designed as a supplement to the author's Letters and dialogues, on the nature of love to God, faith in Jesus Christ, and assurance of a title to eternal : An essay on the nature and glory of the Gospel of Jesus Christ: on the nature and consequences of spiritual blindness: and on the nature and consequences of Divine illumination: Designed as a supplement to the author's letters and dialogues, on the nature of love to God, faith in Christ, and assurance of a title to eternal life. An essay on the nature and glory of the Gospel of Jesus Christ: on the nature and consequences of spiritual blindness ; and on the nature and consequences of Divine illumination: Designed as a supplement to the author's letters and dialogues, on the nature of love to God, faith in Christ, and assurance of a title to eternal life.

An essay on the nature and glory of the Gospel of Jesus Christ: as also on the nature and consequences of spiritual blindness ; and on the nature and effects of Divine illumination: Designed as a supplement to the author's letters and dialogues, on the nature of love to God, faith in Christ, and assurance of a title to eternal life. An essay on the nature and glory of the Gospel of Jesus Christ: as also on the nature and consequences of spiritual blindness: and the nature and effects of Divine illumination: Designed as a supplement to the author's letters and dialogues on the nature of love to God, faith in Christ, and assurance of a title to eternal life. Full text of "An essay on the nature and glory of the gospel of Jesus Christ:: as also on the nature and consequences of spiritual blindness, and the nature and effects of divine ed as a supplement to the author's Letters and dialogues, on the nature of love to God, faith in Jesus Christ, and assurance of a title to eternal life. Through the Atonement of Jesus Christ, all people may “progress toward perfection and ultimately realize their divine destiny.” 2 Just as a child can develop the attributes of his or her parents over time, the divine nature that humans inherit can be developed to become like their Heavenly Father’s.

The Gospel of John depicts Jesus not only as the son of God, but as the Word. The Word is God, thus Jesus is God in flesh. Jesus, the Word incarnate, was sent with a purpose, to shed light into the world. John describes this light as the “grace and truth,” within Jesus. Jesus Christ was chosen and foreordained to be our Savior. Many scriptures tell about this (see, for example, 1 Peter –20; Moses –2). One scripture tells us that long before Jesus was born, He appeared to a Book of Mormon prophet known as the brother of Jared and said: “Behold. Fedner Faustin MLA THEO B01 Christology Christology comes from two Greek words; “Christos” meaning Christ and “logos” meaning study of. So Christology is the study of the person of Jesus Christ the Messiah. Jesus is the second of the Godhead. So he is considered as God the Son.   In his final prayer with his disciples, Jesus Christ prays for the mutual glorification of the Father and the Son. In John’s Gospel, Jesus is glorified when he is lifted up on the cross at his crucifixion. John employs a double meaning of lifted up throughout the Gospel, demonstrating that the crucifixion is also the exaltation of Jesus.