4-17 - Notes 4/17/07 I) Fundamentalism a. Arose in response...

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Notes 4/17/07 I) Fundamentalism a. Arose in response to the literal theology b. Benjamin Warfield – Hodge’s student i. They emphasized inerrancy and verbal inspiration c. J. Gresham Mochem i. Pushed for reform at the Presbyterian church ii. Started on religion and own college. d. Five Principles of Fundamentalism i. The innerancy of scripture ii. Must hold to the virgin birth – shows that Jesus is a divine figure iii. Hold to the physical resurrection of Jesus Christ iv. Have to hold onto the second coming of Christ v. The atonement of Christ is important because it is a sacrificial death e. Atonement Theories i. Christ paid a ransom to satan. Irenaus (ransom theory) ii. Anselm – Christ’s death was used to regain God’s honor. iii. Abelard – The reason why Christ came – to show us how to live. II) Dispensationalism a. 7 Dispensations (long period of time) – in each dispensation God acts differently. i.
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course REL 1350 taught by Professor Holleyman during the Spring '07 term at Baylor.

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4-17 - Notes 4/17/07 I) Fundamentalism a. Arose in response...

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