By Jonathan Hoglund
In his lucid and thoroughly researched examine, Jonathan Hoglund presents a positive therapy of powerful calling that respects either the Reformed culture and non-Reformed reviews, whereas subjecting he doctrine to a clean analyzing of Scripture with targeted cognizance given to the letters of Paul. Hoglund translates divine calling to salvation as an act of triune rhetoric, during which Father, Son, and Holy Spirit paintings in a private strategy to converse new lifestyles. by way of bringing jointly theological exegesis, rhetorical thought, dogmatic mirrored image, and historic enquiry, known as by means of Triune Grace proves to be ceremonial dinner -- not just for the brain, but in addition additionally for the spirit.
1. the decision to salvation
2. God's name as speech
3. Calling in Paul: a sovereign summons
4. The content material of the call
5. Divine gentle and conversion
6. Illumination and testimony
7. New start and resurrection
8. Resurrection as fruits of the call
9. Triune rhetoric and changing change
10. God's name and the church
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