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By William Burt Pope

Brian J. Abasciano President of the Society of Evangelical Arminians has known as this the easiest Arminian Systematic theology ever written.

This is the third of three volumes written in 1889

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As there is no consecutive history of the doctrine—it has no place in Histories of Doctrine generally—it may be well to adopt a method not chronological in this brief review: considering the theories of Christian Perfection which may be distinguished as the Fanatical, the Ascetic, and the Pelagian, the Mystical, the Romanist, the Imputationist, the Arminian, and finally the Methodist: this last returning to that which we shall place first in order as the continuation in the Church of the Scriptural doctrine.

It is of course the same thing whether God's love is perfected or ours made perfect in return; but the combination gives much force to the statement of privilege: Perfect love casteth out fear. 1 As St. 3 This solitary text, however, gives its meaning to a multitude. It is the last testimony that glorifies all that has gone before. 1 1 John 4:18; 2 1 John 4:19; 3 1 John 4:18. 3. The Holy Ghost uses the love of God as His instrument in effecting an entire consecration. This is that unction from the Holy One1 which makes us all partakers of the Saviour's consecration, Who received the Spirit not by measure2 for us.

The Verily rebukes our unbelief and encourages our hope. 1 1 John 4:19; 2 1 John 4:16; 3 1 John 4:12; 4 1 John2:5. 2. He also speaks most expressly of the return of love to God in us as perfected. This expression occurs but once in the Scripture in so absolutely incontestable a form. Whereas in the previous instances the Apostle meant that the love of God is perfected in us, in the following words he can have no other meaning than that our own love is to be, and is—for these are the same, in our argument—itself perfected, teteleioomenee.

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