Touched with Our Feelings: A Historical Survey of Adventist Thought on the Human Nature of Christ

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Review and Herald Pub Assoc, 1999 - Religion - 308 pages
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Contents

THE DIVINITY OF CHRIST
31
James Springer White 182118813
32
Uriah Smith 183219039
33
Joseph H Waggoner 1820188918
34
Ellen Gould White 1827191542
37
CHRISTS HUMAN NATURE
42
The Biblical Foundations of Christology
44
The First Adventist Testimonies
45
Ellen Whites Letter to William L H Baker
163
FIRST REACTIONS TO THE BOOK QUESTIONS ON DOCTRINE
167
The Ellen G White Estate Publishes Selected Messages
170
Proposals for Revision to the Book Questions on Doctrine
175
A Revealing Opinion Poll
176
Roy Allan Anderson The GodMan His Nature and Work
177
LeRoy Edwin Froom Confirms the New Christology
179
REACTIONS TO THE NEW CHRISTOLOGY 19701979
184

The First Official Declaration
47
A Human Nature in a Fallen State
48
THE CHRISTOLOGY OF ELLEN G WHITE 18271915
53
The Humanity of Jesus Christ
54
Adams Nature Before or After the Fall?
55
A Human Nature in a Fallen State
56
Tempted in Every Way Just as We Are
58
Yet Was Without Sin
60
Both Divine and Human
61
Partaker of the Divine Nature
62
Conclusion
64
ELLET J WAGGONER 18551916
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God Manifest in Flesh
70
Waggoner Confirms His Christology 18911902
73
Conclusion
76
ALONZO T JONES 185019231
78
Is the Message of Jones Still Credible?
79
The Christology of Jones
81
1 The Fallen Human Nature of Christ
82
2 Sin Condemned in the Flesh
83
Before or After the Fall?
84
4 Victory Possible Through Jesus Christ
87
Conclusion
89
WILLIAM WARREN PRESCOTT 185519441
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A Fervent Supporter of the 1888 Message
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1 The Incarnation a Fundamental Truth
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3 The Flesh of Adam After the Fall
95
Ellen White Approves Prescotts Christology
97
Prescott Confirms His Christology
99
1 Jesus Participated in the Blood and the Flesh of Humanity
100
3 Sent to Condemn Sin in the Flesh
101
4 In Order to Be Able to Participate in His Divine Nature
102
Conclusion
105
THE HOLY FLESH MOVEMENT1
107
Haskell Informs Ellen White
108
A Vigorous Protest
109
Waggoner Refutes the Holy Flesh Doctrine
110
Ellen White Rejects the Holy Flesh Doctrine
112
The Holy Flesh Doctrine Condemned
113
Conclusion
114
EXTRACTS FROM OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS 18951915
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Extracts From the Sabbath School Lessons
122
Extracts From Several Books
124
1 Looking Unto Jesus by Uriah Smith
125
3 Bible Readings for the Home Circle
126
EXTRACTS FROM OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS 19161952
130
Extracts From Adventist European Literature
134
Extracts From the Sabbath School Lessons
138
Extracts From Selected Books
140
Facts of Faith by Christian Edwardson
141
The Wine of Roman Babylon by Mary E Walsh
142
Answers to Objections by F D Nichol49
143
The Atonement and Drama of the Ages by W H Branson
145
Conclusion
146
ADVENTISMS NEW MILESTONE
153
Rejection of the Erroneous Ideas of the Past
155
The Manifesto of the New Christology
157
Human but Not Carnal
158
Adventisms New Milestone
159
Questions on Doctrine
161
Reaction of the Biblical Research Institute
186
Herbert E Douglass Reacts in the Sabbath School Lessons
188
Christology of the Justification by Faith Committee
189
Fords Papers at the Palmdale Conference
191
Herbert E Douglass Reaffirms the Traditional Christology
192
Kenneth H Wood Confirms the Traditional Christology
194
The Christology of Edward Heppenstall
197
J R Spanglers Position on Christology While Editor of Ministry
200
Was Jesus Really Like Us?
201
William G Johnssons Point of View
204
Jesus the Man
205
THE CREST OF THE CONTROVERSY
211
The New Christology in the Sabbath School Lessons
213
The Voice of Present Truth
216
Crosscurrents in Adventist Christology
219
The Two Christologies Facetoface
221
Human Nature Before the Fall
222
Human Nature After the Fall
225
Reciprocal Review of the Thesis and Antithesis
228
Reviews and Questions From Readers of Ministry
230
An Alternate View From Thomas A Davis
231
IN SEARCH OF HISTORICAL TRUTH
236
The Ellen G White Estate Is Requested to Take a Stand
238
Robert Olsons Point of View
239
Christology Discussed at the Ellen G White Estate
240
Tim Poirier and the Sources of Ellen Whites Christology
241
D A Delafield Confirms Ellen Whites Christology
243
George R Knight Confirms the Christology of the Pioneers
244
A Biblical Exposition in Seventhday Adventists Believe
246
Roy Adams Seeks to Revive the Debate
249
The European Situation
250
Georges Steveny in the Wake of the Pioneers
251
William G Johnsson Attempts Harmony
253
Jack Sequeira and the Problem of Sin
255
Ellen Whites Latest Statement on Christs Human Nature
258
EVALUATION AND CRITIQUE
269
Is It Really Essential?
270
Summary of the Three Current Interpretations
271
1 The Traditional or Historical Christology
272
2 The New Christology or the Prelapsarian Position
273
Errors of Appraisal
274
A Doctrine Condemned by the Church
275
Tendentious Methods
277
A Fictitious Argument a Misleading Expression
279
Strengths and Weaknesses of the Alternative Christology
280
BIBLICAL DATA OF CHRISTOLOGY
285
The Biblical Concept of Sin
287
1 Sin as Power and Sins as Actions
288
2 Only Those Who Sin Are Guilty
290
In the Likeness of Sinful Flesh
292
The Reasons for the Incarnation
294
1 To be a sin offering
296
3 To Free Human Beings from the law of sin and death
297
4 That the righteous requirements of the law might he fully met in us
298
Victory Through the Spirit of Life in Christ Jesus
299
2 Transformed by the Spirit of Christ
300
Conclusion
302
EPILOGUE
304
INDEX OF MODERN AUTHORS
307
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