The material presented in this book was published in four successive issues of The Westminster Theological Journal. It covers The Sin Contemplated, The Union Involved and The Nature of the Imputation. The four interpretations on what the Apostle meant when he said, "For all have sinned" are examined: the Palagian view, Roman Catholic, Calvin, and the Classic Protestant. 95 pages from Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing.
A comparative study on the different views of the imputation of Adams sin.
Born in Sutherland, Scotland, in 1898, John Murray distinguished himself as a theologian of the first rank during his years of service at Westminster Theological Seminary, where he taught systematic theology from 1930 until his retirement in 1966.