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The Doctrine of Repentance by Thomas Watson

Title The Doctrine of Repentance
Author Thomas Watson
Publisher Fig
Release 1668
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Total Pages 183
ISBN 162314809X
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The Doctrine of Repentance by Thomas Watson

Title The Doctrine of Repentance
Author Thomas Watson
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Release 2015-08-17
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Total Pages 70
ISBN 9781516928859
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A good case could be made out for believing that repentance is one of the least used words in the Christian church today. In a world that will not tolerate the mention of sin, and in churches where it has been defined only in sociological terms, the biblical teaching on repentance has inevitably been ignored.Knowing what repentance is, and actually repenting are essential to true Christianity. Jesus Christ himself said that if we do not repent, we will perish! It is vital, therefore, to read and study what Scripture has to say about this theme.Few better guides have existed in this or any other area of spiritual experience than Thomas Watson. He was a master of both Scripture and the human heart, and wrote with a simplicity and directness that keeps his work fresh and powerful for the twenty-first century.

Doctrine of Repentance by Thomas Watson

Title Doctrine of Repentance
Author Thomas Watson
Publisher
Release 2020-05-15
Category Religion
Total Pages 124
ISBN 9781684224586
Language English, Spanish, and French
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2020 Reprint of the 1668 Edition. 'The Doctrine of Repentance is probably one of the most needed books, not only for us as ministers, but for our people, because repentance is so trivialized today. [This book] stresses the need for ongoing repentance, a daily repentance, a lifestyle of repentance. Like Luther said, "God will have his people repenting all life long." Watson shows you how to do that.' -- JOEL BEEKE Originally written in 1668, Watson's book explains what repentance is and underscores its significance in Christianity. Watson also provides on explanation of what Scripture has to say about this theme. In all, this is one of the better guides on the subject, a subject that is often neglected in more modern exegesis.

Title The Doctrine of Repentance in Reformed Perspective
Author Myung Suk Shim
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Release 2013
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Repentance is the first message of Jesus Christ, but the doctrine of repentance has been corrupted by the legalistic-penance doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church, Arminianism, and synergism. The desire for the restoration of true repentance was the cause of the Reformation and Reformed theology has tried to build true repentance in soteriology. Calvin's doctrine of repentance is balanced between subjectivity and objectivity, and repentance is a requisite element of salvation. Calvin made a connection between repentance and Practicus Syllogismus to emphasise the necessity of good works in salvation. K. Barth's doctrine of repentance, which sees repentance as being the work of God alone, can be defined as forensic repentance. Genuine repentance only takes place in Christ. Christians can participate in the repentance of Christ, which then becomes their repentance. G.C. Berkouwer used the term correlation to explain the balance between faith and repentance and to overcome the problem of subjectivity and objectivity in his doctrine of repentance. Faith and repentance are not interdependent, but are closely connected in the grace of God in Christ. By faith the sinner knows that he is a sinner and understands the necessity of repentance. Repentance is a means of strengthening faith. In the Roman Catholic Church penance is a requisite element in soteriology. There is no salvation without penance, and forgiveness of sins and salvation cannot be accomplished without a priest. This is a legalistic-penance theory which converts repentance through the righteousness of Christ into penance by man's co-operation, changing the Christo-centric focus to include, partially, the merit of the Church and the Priest. Hyung-Nong Park called repentance a co-operative work between God and man, but this does not imply synergism. He assumes that repentance is only given to the regenerated and to the Christian who has the sign of God's children in regeneration. Repentance itself becomes a sign of redemption. With the exception of Barth, Reformed theologians tried to pursue the balance between subjectivity and objectivity in the doctrine of repentance. Calvin, Berkouwer and Park each tried to overcome the problems of the doctrine of repentance, Calvin with Duplex acceptio hominis' or Operum Justitia, Berkouwer with Correlation and Park with his own term, Co-operative . True repentance is not declarative, forensic or human speculation. It is neither purely subjective nor purely objective, nor is it legalism or the result of synergism. Repentance is the action of man, but is provoked by the action of God, and by the power of God, man turns to God. This is a product of the grace of God: by His grace man has the opportunity to repent. Repentance requires good works, but neither man's righteousness nor his merit save him from death: rather, it is man's obedience and gratitude to God. True repentance, as well as true faith, is a sign of salvation and must be regarded as the heart of the Gospel, along with justification by faith. When repentance has a proper role and position in Reformed soteriology, justification by faith will not be human speculation or antinomianism, but will have the position of the heart of the true gospel in Reformed theology.

The Doctrine of Repentance by Thomas Watson

Title The Doctrine of Repentance
Author Thomas Watson
Publisher CreateSpace
Release 2014-03-22
Category Religion
Total Pages 132
ISBN 9781497386716
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Modern English Reader Series Easier Reading. Same Great Classics. This book has been edited to make it easier for the modern English reader. Thomas Watson's The Doctrine of Repentance is a must read for those who earnestly desire to know the repentance God requires. Many books have been written on this topic, few have surpassed his work. What's Different About This Version? Phrases and words with little or no modern meaning, such as, “See how sin pleads custom, and that is a leopard's spot” have been changed to read, “See how we become accustomed to sin, just as a leopard does to his spots.” In other words, it's easier to read!

Title The Doctrine of Repentance Illustrated Edition
Author Thomas Watson
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Release 2017-03-06
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Total Pages 80
ISBN 9781520773223
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Repentance is purgative--do not fear the working of this pill. "Smite your soul," said Chrysostom, "smite it; it will escape death by that stroke!" How happy it would be, if we were more deeply affected with sin, and our eyes did swim in tears of repentance. We may clearly see the Spirit of God moving in the waters of repentance, which though troubled, are yet pure. Moist tears of repentance dry up sin--and quench the wrath of God. Repentance is the nourisher of piety, the procurer of mercy. The more regret and trouble of spirit we have first at our conversion, the less we shall feel afterwards."Unless you repent, you will also perish." Luke 13:5Repentance is a grace of God's Spirit, whereby asinner is inwardly humbled and outwardly reformed.Repentance is a spiritual medicine made up ofsix special ingredients: 1. Sight of sin 2. Sorrow for sin 3. Confession of sin 4. Shame for sin 5. Hatred for sin 6. Turning from sinIf any ingredient is left out, it loses its virtue."I preached that they should repent and turn to Godand prove their repentance by their deeds." Acts 26:20

Title Notes of the doctrine of repentance
Author Francis Marbury
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Title The Doctrine of Repentance Illustrated
Author Thomas Watson
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Release 2016-11-28
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Total Pages 80
ISBN 9781519016201
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Repentance is purgative--do not fear the working of this pill. "Smite your soul," said Chrysostom, "smite it; it will escape death by that stroke!" How happy it would be, if we were more deeply affected with sin, and our eyes did swim in tears of repentance. We may clearly see the Spirit of God moving in the waters of repentance, which though troubled, are yet pure. Moist tears of repentance dry up sin--and quench the wrath of God. Repentance is the nourisher of piety, the procurer of mercy. The more regret and trouble of spirit we have first at our conversion, the less we shall feel afterwards.

Title The Doctrine of Repentance as Set Forth in the Gospel In Six Lectures And as Illustrated in the Parable of the Prodigal Son In Six Lectures To which are Added Three Discourses on the Family that Jesus Loved Etc
Author Jonathan WALTON
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Release 1833
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