A major study of the doctrine of the Atonement from the Evangelical perspective, proving its theological and historical significance. The author explores the views of patristic, medieval, Reformation and modern theologians, showing a profound understanding of the subject, and reconciles theological and philosophical thinking.
Henry William Clark educated at University College School and Hackney Theological College. He worked as Sixth Form Master at St George's School, Harpenden and was Head Master of St John's School, Broxbourne. He was a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. He is also the author of: The Philosophy of Christian Experience (1906), The Christian Method of Ethics (1908), Liberal Orthodoxy (1914) and Short History of the British Empire (1935)