The Scripture Doctrine of the Person of Christ

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The Scripture Doctrine of the Person of Christ

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This 456 page book is an English translation from the original German work, Lehre von der Person Christi entwickelt aus dem Selbstbewusstsein Christi und aus dem Zeugnisse der Apostel. It also contains Appendix A, "History of the dogma of the incarnation" and appendix B, "The origin of the human soul," added by J.A. Reubelt.

Identifier

JHAB 184

Publication Date

1870

Publisher

Warren F. Draper

City

Andover

Language

English

Keywords

Jesus Christ, Christology, incarnation, human soul

Disciplines

Biblical Studies | Christianity

Comments

A volume from the private library of the Reverend John Henry Augustus Bomberger (1817-1890), founder and first President of Ursinus College.

Gess (1819-1891) was a Reformed theologian at both Basel and Gottingen whose views of the Person of Christ were amenable to those of Bomberger. For his part, Bomberger attempted to "balance" Christological emphases upon the Person and the Work of Christ, holding that the Mercersburg theology stressed the Person at the expense of the Work.

Bomberger's handwritten notes on the title page are critical of Reubelt, implying that his additions to the original work were not significant. He also states: "It would have seemed more modest to put Dr. Gess' name in large type and the translators' small. But this is just like Reubelt."

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