The Mediation of Christ

Footnote

Thomas F. Torrance, The Mediation of Christ (Exeter: Paternoster Press, 1983); #1983-418

Bibliography

Torrance, Thomas F. The Mediation of Christ. Exeter: Paternoster Press, 1983; #1983-418

Publication life cycle / General notes

First edition. Lacks a chapter added to the later 1992 edition: "The Atonement and the Holy Trinity" (#1992-542a).

Pagination differs in later editions, even for earlier chapters.

Preface dated October 1982: "The book represents an extended form of the Didsbury Lectures which it was my privilege to deliver in The British Isles Nazarene College in Manchester during October 1982."

Audio lectures given in 1981 are available from Princeton (1981-TFT-5).

Dedicated to daughter Alison.

Contents

Preface, p. 9.
Ch. 1: The Mediation of Revelation. (#1983-418a)
Ch. 2: The Mediation of Reconciliation. (#1983-418b)
Ch. 3: The Person of the Mediator. (#1983-418c)
Ch. 4: The Mediation of Christ in our Human Response. (#1983-418d)

Later addition:  
Ch. 5: The Atonement and the Holy Trinity. (#1992-542a)

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"Many years ago I recall thinking of the marvellous way in which our human faith is implicated in the faith of Jesus Christ and grasped by his faithfulness, when I was teaching my little daughter to walk. I can still feel her tiny fingers gripping my hand as tightly as she could. She did not rely upon her feeble grasp of my hand but upon my strong grasp of her hand which enfolded her grasp of mine within it. That is surely how God's faithfulness actualised in Jesus Christ has hold of our weak and faltering faith and holds it securely in his hand." (p. 83, #1992-542)

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