By William Burt Pope
Brian J. Abasciano President of the Society of Evangelical Arminians has known as this the simplest Arminian Systematic theology ever written.
This is the third of three volumes written in 1889
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We read everywhere, especially in the Apocalypse, of the final gratification of all unsatisfied hope: save that of deliverance from sin, which is never included. We hear beforehand the rejoicings of Paradise: they do not exult over this evil as at length destroyed. Among the prophecies concerning the final blessedness we find that there shall be no more curse2—the penalty of sin—but not that there shall be no more sin. Christ will come at His final appearing without sin, unto salvation: without provision for its removal, for He hath already put away sin, by the sacrifice of Himself,3 at His first appearing.
However far this may go beyond our theories and our hopes and our attainments, it is and must be the standard of privilege. We are now concerned only with the privileges of the covenant of redemption as administered by the Holy Ghost. 1 Luke 10:27; 2 Deu. 6:5; 3 Deu. 30:6. II. The Spirit of God, as the Spirit of perfect consecration, is poured out upon the Christian Church. And He discharges His sanctifying office as an indwelling Spirit: able perfectly to fill the soul with love, and to awaken a perfect love in return.
The example of our Lord is so presented as to assure us of the possibility of a perfect love to God and man. In the exercise of that twofold love—one in Him as in no other— He accomplished our redemption. 2 1 John 13:15; 2 1 John 4:17. 5. The aspiration of the renewed soul is confirmatory evidence. The argument from aspiration generally is one of the strongest that can be used to move a reasonable mind; it is valid in many departments of theology. In this case it is especially strong. As newborn babes, they long for the spiritual milk;1 and so they desire to love God supremely.