Let Go and Let God? A Survey and Analysis of Keswick Theology

Let Go and Let God A Survey and Analysis of Keswick Theology Keswick theology one of the most significant strands of second blessing theology assumes that Christians experience two blessings The first is getting saved and the second is getting serious The chan

  • Title: Let Go and Let God? A Survey and Analysis of Keswick Theology
  • Author: Andrew David Naselli Thomas R. Schreiner
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  • Page: 161
  • Format: ebook
  • Keswick theology one of the most significant strands of second blessing theology assumes that Christians experience two blessings The first is getting saved, and the second is getting serious The change is dramatic from a defeated life to a victorious life, from a lower life to a higher life, from a shallow life to a deeper life, from a fruitless life to a abunKeswick theology one of the most significant strands of second blessing theology assumes that Christians experience two blessings The first is getting saved, and the second is getting serious The change is dramatic from a defeated life to a victorious life, from a lower life to a higher life, from a shallow life to a deeper life, from a fruitless life to a abundant life, from being carnal to being spiritual, from merely having Jesus as your Savior to making Jesus your Master So how do people experience this second blessing Through surrender and faith Let go and let God Second blessing theology is pervasive because countless people have propagated it in so many ways, especially in sermons and devotional writings It is appealing because Christians struggle with sin and want to be victorious in that struggle now Second blessing theology offers a quick fix to this struggle, and its shortcut to instant victory appeals to genuine longings for holiness.This book s thesis is simple Keswick theology is not biblically sound This book tells the story of where Keswick theology comes from, explains what exactly it is, and then refutes it while building a case for a biblical alternative No other book surveys the history and theology of second blessing theology like this and then analyzes it from a soteriologically Reformed perspective.

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    1. Vintage Andy. Straightforward, rigorous, logic not maybe on fire but fueled by it at some deeper level. Exhaustive footnotes. Multiple helpful and clear charts. I think he did an admirable job of staying "objective" with regard to a topic he clearly cares deeply about; his autobiographical preface explains that Keswick theology was harmful for him personally in much the same way it was for J.I. Packer before him. But Andy's praises for Keswick's practitioners doesn't feel half-hearted and obliga [...]


    2. Naselli offers an in-depth but concise analysis of Keswick theology, a survey of its influence over the past 100 years, and a biblically sound evaluation of its theology. Great for satisfying curiosity and whetting the appetite for more study on the topic of sanctification. Highly recommended to any student of sanctification, especially to those interested in prominent Protestant views of sanctification.


    3. After coming to Christ, people still struggle with sin. The struggle sometimes turns to whether they have yielded enough or sought the Holy Spirit enough. This happens in church settings that teach them to seek a secondary encounter with God, a get-real moment with Him, where a special baptism or a renewed filling of the Holy Spirit causes individuals to graduate to a new level of life and ministry. The theory goes that Christians floundering in sin need to seek Jesus in a fresh way to get the g [...]


    4. An informative critique of Keswick Theology tracing the history of the movement and some of the major pitfalls of the movement. It was beneficial to my understanding of Keswick Theology and to my theological studies in general. Students of Theology should read it.


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