Christ’s Mediatorial Kingdom and Common Benefits

Adam Gib was an important Scottish Secession Church theologian.  Gib discusses how common benefits to humanity flow from Christ on the throne in heaven.  He distinguishes Christ’s relation as God, Creator and Preserver, from his office of redemptive Mediator and the benefits of his death for his people (in a Limited Atonement).  Gib makes 7 helpful distinctions in this very clear and classic piece.

Gib, Adam – Christ’s Mediatorial Kingdom and Common Benefits  1747  7 pages, from his The Present Truth: A Display of the Secession Testimony, vol. 2, Appendix 2, Section 4, pp. 299-302