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Posted 13 April 2013 - 07:22 PM

File Name: Miley, John - Systematic Theology (2 vols)
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Author: Miley, John
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John Miley, D.D., 1813-1895, was a Methodist theologian and professor of systematic theology at Drew Theological Seminary in Madison, New Jersey. Miley later became the chair of systematic theology. Miley graduated from Augusta College and, as a pastor, had held nineteen different appointments. Miley was one of "the Great Five" revered professors who led Drew for decades.

He wrote this book to conform to the theology believed by Methodist Episcopal Church at that time. This book is Arminian—not based on Calvinism—i.e. man has free will.

Many regarded Miley's two volumes as one of the most substantial and well-knit statements of the Arminian theology produced in the nineteenth century.

None will question that John Miley has a secure place among the stalwarts of American theology of whatsoever school. He stands with Hodge and Strong and Warfield, with Little and Raymond and Sheldon, with Dwight and Channing and Bushnell, and they have no occasion to be ashamed of his company. In respect of loyalty to Scripture, evangelical insight, and structural coherence, he worthily perpetuates the tradition established by the early English Methodist theologians, Benson, Watson, and Pope, with whom, he is one in spirit and in mental style.

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