The Atonement

~The Atonement~

Ambrose, Aurelius of Milan (c.340397) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki
Appleton, Nathaniel (1693–1784) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Chamberlain Writings: N/A
Athanasius of Alexandria (c.296373) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki
Atkinson, Benjamin Andrews (c.1680–1765) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: N/A
Augustine of Hippo (354430) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki
Ball, Thomas (1590–1659) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
Bates, William (16251699) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Baxter, Richard (16151691) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Becon, Thomas (c.1512–1567) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB, Brook Writings: PRDL
Bernard, Nicholas (†1661) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: DNB Writings: PRDL
Bridge, William (1600–1670) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Bullinger, Heinrich (15041575) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
Bunyan, John (16281688) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
Burroughs, Jeremiah (c.16001646) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB, Writings: PRDL
Calamy, Edmund (16001666) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
Calvin, John (15091564) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
Carey, William (17611834) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki
Carroll, B. H. (18431914) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki
Charnock, Stephen (16281680) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
Clagett, Nicholas (c.16101663) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: DNB
Dabney, R. L. (18201898) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki
Dagg, J. L. (17941884) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki
Daillé, Jean (15941670) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
Davenant, John (15721641) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Davies, Samuel (17231761) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki
Dekker, Harold (19182006) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: The Banner
Denison, Stephen (†1649) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: N/A Writings: PRDL
Dingley, Robert (16191659) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: DNB, Brook
Doolittle, Thomas (16301707) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: DNB Writings: PRDL
Douty, Norman F. (18991993) Bio: Wiki
Edwards, Jonathan (17031758) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
Farel, William (14891565) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
Fenner, William (16001640) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: DNB Writings: PRDL
Flavel, John (16301691) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
Ford, Thomas (15981674) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: DNB Writings: PRDL
Fuller, Andrew (17541815) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Greenhill, William (15911671) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Gwalther, Rudolf (15191586) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
Hacon, Joseph (1603–1662) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Massingham Parva Writings: N/A
Hickman, Henry (†1692) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Hobson, Paul (†1666) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
Hodge, Charles (17971878) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki
Homes, Nathanael (15991678) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
Hopkins, Ezekiel (16341690) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Howe, John (16301705) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Humfrey, John (16211719) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Jenison, Robert (c.15841652) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB
Kimedoncius, Jacobus (c.15501596) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: None Writings: PRDL
Kingsmill, Andrew (15381569) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Brook Writings: PRDL
Lamb, Thomas (†1686) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: DNB, Brook, M&S Writings: PRDL
Langley, Samuel (d.1694) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: N/A Writings: N/A
Larkham, Thomas (16021669) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB
Latimer, Hugh (c.14871555) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Lever, Thomas (15211577) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB, Brook Writings: PRDL
Lobb, Stephen (c.16471699) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Lorimer, William (16401722) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: FAE Writings: PRDL
Luther, Martin (14831546) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
Maden, Richard (c.15911677) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: N/A Writings: PRDL
Martinius, Matthias (15721630) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
Mayer, John (15831664) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: DNB Writings: PRDL
Mayhew, Experience (16731758) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
McCheyne, R. M. (18131843) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB
More, John (†1592) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Nettleton, Asahel (1783–1844) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, Nettles Writings: Tyler
Newton, George (16021681) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB, Brook
Pinke, William (c.15991629) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: DNB, Brook Writings: PRDL
Polhill, Edward (16221694) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: DNB Writings: PRDL
Preston, John (15871628) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Prosper of Aquitaine (c.390c.455) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
Rollock, Robert (c.15551599) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Rous, Francis (15791659) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Ryle, John Charles (18161900) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki
Scott, Thomas (17471821) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki
Scudder, Henry (c.15851652) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Shedd, W. G. T. (18201894) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki
Spring, Gardiner (17851873) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, M&S
Stalham, John (d.1681) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: N/A Writings: N/A
Superville, Daniel de (16571728) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL:
Swinnock, George (16271673) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: DNB Writings: PRDL:
Testard, Paul (15941650) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: None Writings: PRDL
Travers, Walter (c.15481635) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Truman, Joseph (16311671) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: DNB Writings: PRDL
Twisse, William (15781646) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Ursinus, Zacharias (15341583) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
Ussher, James (15811656) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
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Vermigli, Peter Martyr (14991562) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Vines, Richard (c.16001656) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB, Brook Writings: PRDL
Walker, George (15811651) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB, Brook Writings: PRDL
Ward, Samuel (15771640) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Watts, Isaac (16741748) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB Writings: PRDL
Woodbridge, Benjamin (1622–1684) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, DNB, BS Writings: PRDL
Witherspoon, John (17231794) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki, M&S Writings: PRDL
Zwingli, Ulrich (14841531) Citation(s): Tag/Label Bio: Wiki Writings: PRDL
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See also the index on “For Whom Did Christ Die?” at the Calvin and Calvinism blog here (click). Below is the same list that can be found there as of 4-7-2016.

For Whom Did Christ Die?

I. Early Church and Medieval Patristics

  1. Justin Martyr (100–165): Selective Suggestive Comments Regarding the Work of Christ
  2. Cyril of Jerusalem (313–386) on the Death of Christ
  3. Ambrose of Milan (337–397): the Source of an Idea
  4. Hilary of Poitiers (300–368): Suggestive Comments Regarding the Scope of the Redemptive Work of Christ
  5. Athanasius (293–373) on the Incarnation
  6. Chrysostom (347–407) on the Death of Christ
  7. Jerome (347–420) on the Death of Christ
  8. Augustine (354–430) on the Death of Christ
  9. Prosper of Aquitaine (c.390–c.455) on Redemption
  10. Pope Leo the Great (400–461) on the Death of Christ
  11. Peter Lombard (1100–1160) on the Death of Christ: Christ Died for All Sufficiently, for the Elect Efficiently
  12. Thomas Aquinas (1225–1274) on the Death of Christ: Its Nature and Extent

II. Reformation Era

  1. Johannes Oecolampadius (1482–1531) on the Death of Christ
  2. Ulrich Zwingli (1484–1531) on the Unlimited Expiation and Unlimited Redemption
  3. William Tyndale (1494–1536) on the Death of Christ
  4. Juan de Valdés (1509–1541) on the Death of Christ
  5. Martin Luther (1483–1546) on the Death of Christ
  6. Martin Luther (1483–1546) on John 1:29 (unedited and complete)
  7. Hugh Latimer (1487–1555) on the Death of Christ
  8. John Hooper (d.1555) on the Death of Christ
  9. Thomas Cranmer (1489–1556) on Death of Christ
  10. Erasmus Sarcerius (1501–1559) on the Death of Christ
  11. Peter Martyr Vermigli (1499–1562): Unlimited Redemption and Expiation, Incarnation and Related Issues
  12. Peter Martyr Vermigli (1499–1562) on Hebrews 2:9 and 14
  13. Augustine Marlorate (1506–1562) on the Death of Christ
  14. Wolfgang Musculus (1497–1563) on the Redemption of Mankind
  15. John à Lasco (1499–1560) on the Death of Christ in his Compendium of Doctrine
  16. John Calvin (1509–1564) on Unlimited Expiation, Sin-Bearing, Redemption and Reconciliation
  17. Thomas Becon (1512–1567) on the Death of Christ
  18. Miles Coverdale (1488–1568) on the Death of Christ
  19. Pierre Viret on the Death of Christ
  20. Benedictus Aretius (1505–1574) on the Death of Christ
  21. Heinrich Bullinger (1504–1575) on Unlimited Expiation and Unlimited Redemption
  22. Thomas Lever (1521–1577) on Redeemed Souls Perishing
  23. Rudolph Gualther (1519–1586) on the Death of Christ
  24. Some Classic Calvinist Comments on Hebrews 10:29
  25. Zachary Ursinus (1534–1583) on the Death of Christ
  26. John Foxe (1517–1587) on the Death of Christ
  27. Girolamo Zanchi (1516–1590) on the Death of Christ
  28. Jeremias Bastingius (1551–1595) on the Death of Christ
  29. Jacob Kimedoncius (d.1596) on the Death of Christ: Unlimited Expiation and Redemption
  30. Robert Rollock (1555–1599) on the Death of Christ and Related Issues
  31. Richard Hooker (1554–1600) on the Death of Christ (Select Comments)
  32. William Bucanus (d.1603) on Unlimited and Limited Redemption
  33. Batholomaeus Keckermann (1571–1609) on the Death of Christ
  34. Henry Airay (1560–1616) on the Death of Christ
  35. John Overall (1559–1619) on the Death of Christ
  36. David Paraeus (1548–1622) on the Death of Christ: Unlimited Expiation and Redemption

III. Second Reformation Era

  1. John Cameron (1579–1625) on the Death of Christ
  2. John Preston (1587–1628): “Go Tell Every Man, ‘Christ is Dead For You'”
  3. Ezekiel Culverwell (1553/4–1631) on Christ as the Deed of Gift to All Mankind
  4. Richard Sibbes (1577–1635) on the Death of Christ
  5. Johann Heinrich Alsted (1588–1638) (Wetterau Delegate to Dort) on the Death of Christ
  6. John Davenant (1572–1641) on the Death of Christ
  7. William Twisse (1578–1646), Westminster Divine and Forgotton Hypothetical Universalist
  8. George Walker (1581–1651) Westminster Divine on the Death of Christ
  9. Thomas Adams (1583–1652) on the Death of Christ
  10. Robert Jenison (1584?–1652) on the Death of Christ
  11. Henry Scudder (d.1652), Westminster Divine on the Death of Christ
  12. Richard Vines (1600–1655/6) Westminster Divine on the Death of Christ
  13. James Ussher (1581–1656) on the Extent and Intent of the Death of Christ
  14. Bishop Joseph Hall (1574–1656) on Predestination and the Death of Christ
  15. Francis Rous (1579–1659) (Westminster Assembly Lay-Assessor) on Christ’s Dying For All, as to the Sufficiency of the Sacrifice
  16. Thomas Ball (1589/90–1659) on John Preston (1587–1628) on Universal Redemption
  17. Johannes Bergius (1587–1658) on the Death of Christ
  18. Paul Hobson (d.1666) on the Death of Christ
  19. Jean Daille (1594–1670) on the Death of Christ
  20. Thomas Gery (d.1670?) on the Death of Christ
  21. Nathanael Hardy (1618–1670) on the Death of Christ
  22. Joseph Truman (1631–1671) on the Death of Christ
  23. Thomas Ford (1598–1674) Westminster Divine on the Death of Christ
  24. Richard Maden (c.1591–1677) on the Death of Christ and the Will of God for the Salvation of All Men
  25. Nathanael Holmes (1599–1678) on the Death of Christ
  26. Nathaniel Stephens (1606?–1678) on the Death of Christ
  27. Stephen Charnock (1628–1680) on the Death of Christ
  28. John Bunyan (1628–1688) on the Death of Christ: Unlimited Expiation
  29. Henry Hickman (d.1692.) on Universal Redemption in the Church of England, with Reference to the Synod of Dort, Ussher and Davenant
  30. Obadiah Hughes, (The Elder) (d.1704) on the Death of Christ (From the Matthew Poole Commentaries)
  31. John Howe (1630–1705) on the Redemption of Christ
  32. Matthew Henry (1662-1714) on the Universal Redemption of Mankind
  33. John Humfrey (1621–1719) on the Death of Christ

IV. Post-Reformation

  1. James Saurin (1677–1730) on the Death of Christ
  2. Experience Mayhew (1673–1758) on the Death of Christ
  3. Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758) on the Death of Christ
  4. John Smalley (1734–1820) on the All-Sufficient Satisfaction of Christ
  5. Jacob Catlin (1786–1826) on the Redemption of Christ
  6. James Richards (1767–1843) on the Death of Christ and the Extent of the Atonement
  7. Robert Balmer (1787–1844) on the Death of Christ: Mediating Between Two Extremes
  8. Thomas Chalmers (1780–1847) on the Death of Christ
  9. George Payne (1781–1848) on the Extent of the Atonement
  10. Erskine Mason (1805–1851) on the Extent of the Atonement
  11. Ralph Wardlaw (1779–1853) on the Extent of the Atonement
  12. Leonard Woods (1774–1854) on the Extent of the Atonement
  13. John Brown of Broughton (1784–1858) on the Death of Christ
  14. Lyman Beecher (1775–1863) on the Atonement: Its Nature and Extent
  15. Gardner Spring (1785–1873) on Election, Unlimited Atonement and the Free Offer
  16. Henry B. Smith (1815–1877) on the Extent of the Atonement
  17. Charles Hodge (1797–1878) on the Death of Christ
  18. Samuel H. Cox (1793–1880) on the Extent of the Atonement
  19. Ransom B. Welch (1824–1890) on James Richards (1767–1843) on the Death of Christ
  20. James M Pendleton (1811–1891) on the Extent of the Atonement
  21. W.G.T. Shedd (1820–1894) on the Death of Christ
  22. Robert L. Dabney (1820–1898) on Unlimited Expiation and Limited Redemption
  23. Alvah Hovey (1820–1903) on the Death of Christ
  24. B. H. Carroll (1843–1914) on the Death of Christ
  25. Broughton Knox (1916–1994) on “Limited Atonement”

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