Is Christ’s Kingdom as the Mediator the Church only, or does it include all things?
George Gillespie, the Westminster divine and Scottish covenanter has the most in-depth writings on the majority puritan view that Christ’s Mediatorial Kingdom is the Church only.
Gillespie’s material, the most in-depth on the topic, has often not been read due to its inaccessibility. The Reformed Presbyterians, as a family of denominations, officially take the opposite viewpoint. Often their view is put forward as a self-evidently correct interpretation of the relevant texts.
This collection of Gillespie’s writings in contemporary format, with explanatory notes, will shed a lot more light on the issues and the details of the relevant Scriptural texts.
As a bonus, these writings of Gillespie are also the classic delineation of the Establishment Principle, the Biblical relation between Church and State.
May this document be a rich and helpful resource to you in further searching out the things of God and Biblical doctrine.
George Gillespie – ‘All of Gillespie’s Writings on Christ’s Mediatorial Kingdom is the Church Only’ 110 pp. ed. Travis Fentiman