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A Manual of the Christian Atonement
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A Manual of the Christian Atonement


M. W. Dodd 1851

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Thomas Lape’s Manual of the Christian Atonement is an accessible and straightforward study of the atonement. “In whatever Christians differ on minor points of fundamental doctrines of Christianity, let them cultivate sentiments expressed by Augustine of old: ‘In fundamentals, unity; in non-essentials, liberty; in all things, charity.’” With unadorned language and clarity, Lape examines the basis, necessity, meaning, nature, value, manner, efficacy, extent, and results of the atonement.

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Be sure to check out Classic Studies on the Atonement.

Key Features

  • Presents an accesible and straight-forward study of the Aatonement
  • Examines the meaning and necessity of the Atonement
  • Seeks to maintain unity in spite of doctrinal disagreement amongst Christians

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About Thomas Lape

Thomas Lape (1801–1879) was educated at Hartwick Seminary and Union College and was assistant professor of Latin, Greek, English, and German. His works include The Mourner Comforted and The Early Saved.

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