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“That it consists in a theopneustia, an immediate infallible inspiration and afflatus, of the same nature with that of the prophets and apostles of old.”
“The subject-matter of divine, prophetical revelation by a theopneustia, or”
“ So the apostle speaks of the prophecies recorded in the Scripture, 2 Tim.iii. 16: theopneustia, divine inspiration, was the original and cause of it.”
“According to them, the ancient dogma of the theopneustia is not to be reformed, but given up altogether.”
“A movement back to the old idea of the theopneustia, including verbal inspiration, set in nearly everywhere in the first half of the nineteenth century.”
“Anglican scholars, may be reduced to the following heads: (a) the purely passive, mechanical theopneustia, extending to the very words, is no longer tenable. (b) Inspiration had degrees: suggestion, direction, elevation, and superintendency.”
“I must point out to _Phil_. an oversight of his as to this word at p. 45; he there describes the doctrine of _theopneustia_ as being that of 'plenary and _verbal_ inspiration,' But this he cannot mean, for obviously this word _theopneustia_ comprehends equally the verbal inspiration which he is denouncing, and the inspiration of power or spiritual virtue which he is substituting.”
“Neither _Phil_., nor any one of his school, is to be understood as rejecting _theopneustia_, but as rejecting that particular mode of _theopneustia_ which appeals to the eye by mouldering symbols, in favor of that other mode which appeals to the heart by incorruptible radiations of inner truth.] (_theopneustia_), or divine prompting, so as to reconcile the doctrine affirming a”
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Terms and phrases from John Owen's (1616-1683) theological writings, to some of which the collective title Pneumatologia has been posthumously applied. Some few of the terms listed herein are Septu...
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