Systematic Theology (Volume 3 of 3)
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Systematic Theology (Volume 3 of 3)

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  • Contents
  • Part VI. Soteriology, Or The Doctrine Of Salvation Through The Work Of Christ And Of The Holy Spirit.
    • Chapter II. The Reconciliation Of Man To God, Or The Application Of Redemption Through The Work Of The Holy Spirit.
      • Section I.—The Application Of Christ's Redemption In Its Preparation.
        • I. Election.
        • II. Calling.
      • I. Election.
      • II. Calling.
      • Section II.—The Application Of Christ's Redemption In Its Actual Beginning.
        • I. Union with Christ.
        • II. Regeneration.
        • III. Conversion.
        • IV. Justification.
      • I. Union with Christ.
      • II. Regeneration.
      • III. Conversion.
      • IV. Justification.
      • Section III.—The Application Of Christ's Redemption In Its Continuation.
        • I. Sanctification.
        • II. Perseverance.
      • I. Sanctification.
      • II. Perseverance.
    • Section I.—The Application Of Christ's Redemption In Its Preparation.
      • I. Election.
      • II. Calling.
    • I. Election.
    • II. Calling.
    • Section II.—The Application Of Christ's Redemption In Its Actual Beginning.
      • I. Union with Christ.
      • II. Regeneration.
      • III. Conversion.
      • IV. Justification.
    • I. Union with Christ.
    • II. Regeneration.
    • III. Conversion.
    • IV. Justification.
    • Section III.—The Application Of Christ's Redemption In Its Continuation.
      • I. Sanctification.
      • II. Perseverance.
    • I. Sanctification.
    • II. Perseverance.
  • Part VII. Ecclesiology, Or The Doctrine Of The Church.
    • Chapter I. The Constitution Of The Church. Or Church Polity.
      • I. Definition of the Church.
        • A. The church, like the family and the state, is an institution of divine appointment.
        • B. The church, unlike the family and the state, is a voluntary society.
      • A. The church, like the family and the state, is an institution of divine appointment.
      • B. The church, unlike the family and the state, is a voluntary society.
      • II. Organization of the Church.
        • 1. The fact of organization.
        • 2. The nature of this organization.
        • 3. The genesis of this organization.
      • 1. The fact of organization.
      • 2. The nature of this organization.
      • 3. The genesis of this organization.
      • III. Government of the Church.
        • 1. Nature of this government in general.
        • 2. Officers of the Church.
        • 3. Discipline of the Church.
      • 1. Nature of this government in general.
      • 2. Officers of the Church.
      • 3. Discipline of the Church.
      • IV. Relation of Local Churches to one another.
        • 1. The general nature of this relation is that of fellowship between equals.
        • 2. This fellowship involves the duty of special consultation with regard to matters affecting the common interest.
        • 3. This fellowship may be broken by manifest departures from the faith or practice of the Scriptures, on the part of any church.
      • 1. The general nature of this relation is that of fellowship between equals.
      • 2. This fellowship involves the duty of special consultation with regard to matters affecting the common interest.
      • 3. This fellowship may be broken by manifest departures from the faith or practice of the Scriptures, on the part of any church.
    • I. Definition of the Church.
      • A. The church, like the family and the state, is an institution of divine appointment.
      • B. The church, unlike the family and the state, is a voluntary society.
    • A. The church, like the family and the state, is an institution of divine appointment.
    • B. The church, unlike the family and the state, is a voluntary society.
    • II. Organization of the Church.
      • 1. The fact of organization.
      • 2. The nature of this organization.
      • 3. The genesis of this organization.
    • 1. The fact of organization.
    • 2. The nature of this organization.
    • 3. The genesis of this organization.
    • III. Government of the Church.
      • 1. Nature of this government in general.
      • 2. Officers of the Church.
      • 3. Discipline of the Church.
    • 1. Nature of this government in general.
    • 2. Officers of the Church.
    • 3. Discipline of the Church.
    • IV. Relation of Local Churches to one another.
      • 1. The general nature of this relation is that of fellowship between equals.
      • 2. This fellowship involves the duty of special consultation with regard to matters affecting the common interest.
      • 3. This fellowship may be broken by manifest departures from the faith or practice of the Scriptures, on the part of any church.
    • 1. The general nature of this relation is that of fellowship between equals.
    • 2. This fellowship involves the duty of special consultation with regard to matters affecting the common interest.
    • 3. This fellowship may be broken by manifest departures from the faith or practice of the Scriptures, on the part of any church.
    • Chapter II. The Ordinances Of The Church.
      • I. Baptism.
        • 1. Baptism an Ordinance of Christ.
        • 2. The Mode of Baptism.
        • 3. The Symbolism of Baptism.
        • 4. The Subjects of Baptism.
      • 1. Baptism an Ordinance of Christ.
      • 2. The Mode of Baptism.
      • 3. The Symbolism of Baptism.
      • 4. The Subjects of Baptism.
      • II. The Lord's Supper.
        • 1. The Lord's Supper an ordinance instituted by Christ.
        • 2. The Mode of administering the Lord's Supper.
        • 3. The Symbolism of the Lord's Supper.
        • 4. Erroneous views of the Lord's Supper.
        • 5. Prerequisites to Participation in the Lord's Supper.
      • 1. The Lord's Supper an ordinance instituted by Christ.
      • 2. The Mode of administering the Lord's Supper.
      • 3. The Symbolism of the Lord's Supper.
      • 4. Erroneous views of the Lord's Supper.
      • 5. Prerequisites to Participation in the Lord's Supper.
    • I. Baptism.
      • 1. Baptism an Ordinance of Christ.
      • 2. The Mode of Baptism.
      • 3. The Symbolism of Baptism.
      • 4. The Subjects of Baptism.
    • 1. Baptism an Ordinance of Christ.
    • 2. The Mode of Baptism.
    • 3. The Symbolism of Baptism.
    • 4. The Subjects of Baptism.
    • II. The Lord's Supper.
      • 1. The Lord's Supper an ordinance instituted by Christ.
      • 2. The Mode of administering the Lord's Supper.
      • 3. The Symbolism of the Lord's Supper.
      • 4. Erroneous views of the Lord's Supper.
      • 5. Prerequisites to Participation in the Lord's Supper.
    • 1. The Lord's Supper an ordinance instituted by Christ.
    • 2. The Mode of administering the Lord's Supper.
    • 3. The Symbolism of the Lord's Supper.
    • 4. Erroneous views of the Lord's Supper.
    • 5. Prerequisites to Participation in the Lord's Supper.
  • Part VIII. Eschatology, Or The Doctrine Of Final Things.
    • I. Physical Death.
      • 1. Upon rational grounds.
      • 2. Upon scriptural grounds.
    • 1. Upon rational grounds.
    • 2. Upon scriptural grounds.
    • II. The Intermediate State.
      • 1. Of the righteous.
      • 2. Of the wicked.
    • 1. Of the righteous.
    • 2. Of the wicked.
    • III. The Second Coming of Christ.
      • 1. The nature of this coming.
      • 2. The time of Christ's coming.
      • 3. The precursors of Christ's coming.
      • 4. Relation of Christ's second coming to the millennium.
    • 1. The nature of this coming.
    • 2. The time of Christ's coming.
    • 3. The precursors of Christ's coming.
    • 4. Relation of Christ's second coming to the millennium.
    • IV. The Resurrection.
      • 1. The exegetical objection.
      • 2. The scientific object.
    • 1. The exegetical objection.
    • 2. The scientific object.
    • V. The Last Judgment.
      • 1. The nature of the final judgment.
      • 2. The object of the final judgment.
      • 3. The Judge in the final judgment.
      • 4. The subjects of the final judgment.
      • 5. The grounds of the final judgment.
    • 1. The nature of the final judgment.
    • 2. The object of the final judgment.
    • 3. The Judge in the final judgment.
    • 4. The subjects of the final judgment.
    • 5. The grounds of the final judgment.
    • VI. The Final States of the Righteous and of the Wicked.
      • 1. Of the righteous.
        • (a) Is heaven a place, as well as a state?
        • (b) Is this earth to be the heaven of the saints?
      • (a) Is heaven a place, as well as a state?
      • (b) Is this earth to be the heaven of the saints?
      • 2. Of the wicked.
        • A. The future punishment of the wicked is not annihilation.
        • B. Punishment after death excludes new probation and ultimate restoration of the wicked.
        • C. Scripture declares this future punishment of the wicked to be eternal.
        • D. This everlasting punishment of the wicked is not inconsistent with God's justice, but is rather a revelation of that justice.
        • E. This everlasting punishment of the wicked is not inconsistent with God's benevolence.
        • F. The proper preaching of the doctrine of everlasting punishment is not a hindrance to the success of the gospel.
      • A. The future punishment of the wicked is not annihilation.
      • B. Punishment after death excludes new probation and ultimate restoration of the wicked.
      • C. Scripture declares this future punishment of the wicked to be eternal.
      • D. This everlasting punishment of the wicked is not inconsistent with God's justice, but is rather a revelation of that justice.
      • E. This everlasting punishment of the wicked is not inconsistent with God's benevolence.
      • F. The proper preaching of the doctrine of everlasting punishment is not a hindrance to the success of the gospel.
    • 1. Of the righteous.
      • (a) Is heaven a place, as well as a state?
      • (b) Is this earth to be the heaven of the saints?
    • (a) Is heaven a place, as well as a state?
    • (b) Is this earth to be the heaven of the saints?
    • 2. Of the wicked.
      • A. The future punishment of the wicked is not annihilation.
      • B. Punishment after death excludes new probation and ultimate restoration of the wicked.
      • C. Scripture declares this future punishment of the wicked to be eternal.
      • D. This everlasting punishment of the wicked is not inconsistent with God's justice, but is rather a revelation of that justice.
      • E. This everlasting punishment of the wicked is not inconsistent with God's benevolence.
      • F. The proper preaching of the doctrine of everlasting punishment is not a hindrance to the success of the gospel.
    • A. The future punishment of the wicked is not annihilation.
    • B. Punishment after death excludes new probation and ultimate restoration of the wicked.
    • C. Scripture declares this future punishment of the wicked to be eternal.
    • D. This everlasting punishment of the wicked is not inconsistent with God's justice, but is rather a revelation of that justice.
    • E. This everlasting punishment of the wicked is not inconsistent with God's benevolence.
    • F. The proper preaching of the doctrine of everlasting punishment is not a hindrance to the success of the gospel.
  • Indexes.
    • Index Of Subjects.
    • Index Of Authors.
    • Index Of Scripture Texts.
    • Index Of Apocryphal Texts.
    • Index Of Greek Words.
    • Index Of Hebrew Words.
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