Free Online Bible Library | Robert Campbell Moberly

We also have classes for:

Courses cover a wide range of Bible, Theology and Ministry topics.

Would you do us the favor of answering this two question poll so we can know how to serve you better? You will also be given the opportunity to join our team tasked with how to make BiblicalTraining.org better. Thank you.  --Bill Mounce

Search

Robert Campbell Moberly

1845-1903. Anglican theologian. Son of a bishop, he was educated at Winchester and Oxford where, after service in a parish and two theological colleges, he returned as professor of pastoral theology from 1892 till his death. One of the Lux Mundi school of liberal Anglo-Catholics, he wrote Ministerial Priesthood (1897), a study of the Christian ministry from a strongly Anglo-Catholic standpoint which criticizes the views of Bishop Lightfoot as too favorable to Protestantism. His other best-known work is Atonement and Personality (1901), a difficult book which defines personality in Hegelian terms and veers towards pantheism, develops a moral satisfactionist theory of the Atonement out of an inadequate treatment of sin, and advocates a high doctrine of the church and sacraments. Moberly also defended Anglican orders against Roman Catholic critics and church courts, and the dual system in education against the Nonconformists.