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The Imputation of Adam's Sin

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Imputation of Adam's Sin
Paperback, 98 pages
Published January 1st 1992 by P & R Publishing
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Grace
Nov 26, 2016 Grace rated it really liked it
Refreshing to read an exegetical argument that doesn't seem to reach and stretch. Extremely clear, organized, logical, textual, convincing (even though the main question people have — that is, how in the world is representative headship just!? — isn't *exactly* addressed except by mystery and parallel to Christ. Those are pretty good answers after all). I appreciated the section on Edwards and New England theology, and I always appreciate Murray's focus on worship and wonder as the right ...more
Jesse
Jan 30, 2013 Jesse rated it really liked it
Original sin and the universal transmission of it is maybe the hardest scriptural truth to deal with. Denying or avoiding it will only leads into deep error, but embracing it intellectually is tough. Murray biblically and gently leads us through this doctrine so we can see why so much hinges upon it. Originally 4 essays compiled into a dense 95 pages.
Chris Comis
Nov 18, 2015 Chris Comis rated it really liked it
Very good work on imputation, original sin, etc. Murray brings up a lot of points I had never considered with regards to these doctrines.
Glen
Jun 20, 2013 Glen rated it really liked it
Classic Calvinism...hard to read at points but does offer fruitful thoughts on a key doctrine that is sorely absent in a lot of modern Christian theology.
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Not for easy reading, but the reader will come away with a much more complete understanding of the subject.
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very clear and helpful, a bit prejudiced in his descriptions at points; cf. with Blocher
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Why can't modern day authors argue both thoroughly AND concisely like this book does?
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Not the easiest read, but Murray is always nuanced and precise.
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There is no clearer or thorough exposition of Romans 5:12-19.
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John Murray was a Scottish-born Calvinist theologian who taught at Princeton Seminary and then left to help found Westminster Theological Seminary, where he taught for many years.

Murray was born in the croft of Badbea, near Bonar Bridge, in Sutherland county, Scotland. Following service in the British Army in the First World War (during which he lost an eye, serving in the famous Black Watch regim
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