Sunday, September 18, 2011

GRATIA ET CERTAMEN - by D. OGLIARI

I am really enjoying this book. It's going to be an awesome resource!

Gratia et Certamen: The Relationship Between Grace and Free Will in the Discussion of Augustine with the So-Called Semipelagians

As seen from Amazon.com
"Product Description
The issues involved in the discussion between the monks of Hadrumetum/Marseille and Augustine range from questions of initium fidei and naturae bonum, to the understanding of predestination. The monks' reaction to Augustine's doctrine of absolute sovereign grace must be seen as a plea in favour of a harmonizing approach, where human commitment is also envisaged as playing, at times, a primary role. In the light of a dialogical synergism, of a unitarian and cosmic view of God's oeconomia salutis, and relying on a strong ascetic framework, the monks biggest fear was that the implications of Augustine's predestinarian view would jeopardise the importance of the struggle for perfection, the meaning of God's universal salvific will, of Christ's redeeming action, and finally of the Church. The different theological traditions to which Augustine and the monks appealed play also a significant role, as do the specific social and religious context in which they respectively moved."


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Answer to Doug Wilson

The link:
Answer to Doug Wilson 13 June 2011 YouTube Video


  This is from the Orthodox Bridge blog.

Yes, the Orthodox Church is the true Church

In response to Doug Wilson:


Orthodoxy IS Biblically Orthodox: A Response to BereanBeacon Part One

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Iustitia Dei: A History of the Christian Doctrine of Justification

By the Anglican Alister Mcgrath Is now on Kindle and at a more affordable price Iustitia Dei: A History of the Christian Doctrine of Justification

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