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Peter Lombard (1100–1160) on the Death of Christ: Christ died for all sufficiently, for the elect efficiently

August 29, 2007


“He offered himself for all as far as the sufficiency of the price is concerned, but, as far as efficacy is concerned, for the elect only,” Libri Sententiarum Quatuor, in J. Migne (ed.), Cursus Completus Patrologiae, Paris 1845.

Source: G. Michael Thomas, The Extent of the Atonement, page 25.

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  1. CalvinandCalvinism permalink*
    June 8, 2009 8:33 am

    A little update of the Lombard file. I have included an original primary source, and two secondary sources, one classic, one modern.

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