The Theology of John Smyth: Puritan, Separatist, Baptist, Mennonite

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Mercer University Press, 2003 - 310 páginas
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The first book-length analysis of the thought of the first English Baptist
 

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Sixteenth and SeventeenthCentury Background
xiii
English Background
1
Dutch Background
17
Smyths Life Debates and Writings
39
Separatist Stage
44
Baptist Stage
69
Mennonite Stage
81
Smyths Use of Typology
95
Reason for Smyths Views
194
Debate with the Separatists
199
Conclusion
205
Smyths View of Christ
207
Smyths Early Christology
212
Smyths Christology as a Mennonite
218
Smyths Revisions to His Christology
232
Smyths Acceptance of Mennonite Christology
236

Smyths Typological Interpretation of Scripture
97
Smiths Use of Typology in Defending His Theology
104
Smyths Mennonite Typology
117
Conclusion
124
Smyths View of Covenant
125
The Covenant of the Separatists
126
Smyths Separatist Writings
133
Smyths Baptist Writings
143
Smyths Mennonite Writings
150
Modern Views on Smyths Use of the Covenant
155
Conclusion
162
Smiths View of General Atonement
165
Svnyths Rejection of Reformed Views
172
Source of Smyths Views
180
Conclusion
240
Smyths View of Church and State
243
Smyths Writings on Church and State
253
Source of Smyths Thought
264
Relationship with Other Aspects of Smyths Theology
277
Comparison of Smyth with Thomas Helwys
280
Conclusion
285
Conclusion
287
Smyths Mennonite Doctrine
289
Smyths Influence on the General Baptists
290
Bibliography
293
Index
305
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