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The Doctrine of the Atonement, As Taught by the Apostles
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The Doctrine of the Atonement, As Taught by the Apostles

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Overview

Thanks to George Smeaton's faithful use of his exceptional gifts as a theologian and exegete, The Doctrine of the Atonement, As Taught by the Apostles is a brilliant study, serving as both a doctrinal discourse on the atonement, and a treatise on the key passages in the New Testament. One of the features of this insightful book, which serves to make it so relevant and important to us today, is the author's examination and explanation of every passage of the Bible dealing with the atonement. A by-product of addressing each and every verse pertinent to the subject is that the book is redundant in a most effective way—delivering the same messages repeatedly from slightly different perspectives, thus enhancing, embellishing, and deepening the reader's understanding of the gospel. Smeaton’s comprehensive biblical approach to the doctrine of the atonement makes an important book for understanding a scriptural approach to the various theories of atonement, as well as a clear-headed overview of the issues surrounding the current debate over the atonement.

Praise for the Print Edition

Smeaton was an outstanding scholar with a brilliant mind and a deep love for Christ. . . .

—Sinclair Ferguson in The Great Exchange

A valuable contribution to the literature of the doctrine of the atonement.

Bibliotheca Sacra

Product Details

  • Title: The Doctrine of the Atonement, As Taught by the Apostles
  • Author: George Smeaton
  • Publisher: Logos Research Systems, Inc.
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 502

About George Smeaton

George Smeaton 1814–89) was ordained to the ministry of the Church of Scotland at Falkland (1839), and was among the numerous ministers who emerged in 1843 during the Disruption to form the Free Church of Scotland. He was appointed professor at the Free Church College in Aberdeen (1854), and later became Professor of Exegetical Theology at New College, Edinburgh (1857). Smeaton passed away on April 14th, 1889.