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A Compendium of Christian Theology by William Burt Pope

CHRISTIAN Theology is the science of God and Divine thing’s, based upon the revelation made to mankind in Jesus Christ, and variously systematized within the Christian Church.

(General Definition) All that belongs to the preliminaries of our study may be distributed under the several heads suggested by this definition, which is so framed as to include, first, Theology proper; secondly, its limitation to the relations between God and mankind; thirdly, its essential connection with Christ; fourthly, its characteristics as developed under various influences within the Christian Church; and lastly, its title to the name of a science. The introductory remarks which will be made on these several topics have for their object simply to prepare the mind of the student for what lies before him; and to give a few hints which will all afterwards be expanded in due course.

Table of Contents

Title Page

Volume One


Definition of Theology

The Divine Rule of Faith

Revelation or the Faith


The Canon: The Divine Rule of Faith


The Existence and Notion of God

The Divine Essence and Perfections

The Triune Name

The Attributes of God

God and the Creature



Volume Two


Origin of Sin in the Universe and on Earth

Nature of Sin

Sin and Redemption

Original Sin

The Mediatorial Ministry

The Divine Purpose of Redemption

The Redemptional or Economical Trinity

The Person of Christ

The Mediatorial Work in its Process

Historical Manifestation of the Redeemer

Names of the Redeemer

The Finished Work

The Atonement in its Results

The Administration of Redemption

The Holy Spirit

The Gospel Vocation

The Preliminaries of Salvation


The State of Salvation

Christian Righteousness

Volume Three

The Mediatorial Ministry Continued







William Burt Pope (1822 – 1903) was an English Christian theologian in the Methodist tradition. Ordained in 1842, Pope became a successful linguist and translator of German anti-rationalist critics. He taught at Didsbury Wesleyan College in Manchester, England from 1867 to 1886. His greatest work, Compendium of Christian Theology (1875-1876), set forth influential arguments for the "holiness doctrine of all Methodist systematic theology" and defended Methodist doctrine against its critics.

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