| › Dedication - A Dissertation On The True And Genuine Sense Of The Seventh Chapter Of St. Paul's Epistle To The Romans By That Famous Divine The Rev. James Arminius ...read|
| › Dissertation - A DISSERTATION ON THE TRUE AND GENUINE SENSE OF THE SEVENTH CHAPTER OF THE EPISTLE TO THE ROMANS. BY JAMES ARMINIUS, D.D.
1. What ...read|
| › Chapter 1 - The Thesis to be Proved - I. THE THESIS TO BE PROVED
A description of the terms contained in the Thesis.
2. The reason why the description of the apostle is here omitted. ...read|
| › Chapter 2 - The Connection Between the 6th & 7th Chapter - THE CONNECTION OF THE SEVENTH CHAPTER WITH THE SIXTH
1. The design of the Apostle in the sixth chapter.
2. A short disposition of this argumen ...read|
| › Chapter 3 - Proposition of the Apostle - THE PROPOSITION OF THE APOSTLE Dehortatory.--"
Neither yield ye your members as instruments of unrighteousness unto sin." Hortatory.--"But yield yo ...read|
| › Chapter 4 - Romans 7:14 - VERSE THE FOURTEENTH 1.
A closer investigation of this question and a demonstration taken from the text itself, that the apostle is here treating a ...read|
| › Chapter 5 - Romans 7:15 - VERSE THE FIFTEENTH
1. He does not approve of that which he does, neither does he do that which he would, but he does that which he hates.
| › Chapter 6 - Romans 7:16 - VERSE THE SIXTEENTH.
1. He consents to the law that it is good; a consectary deduced.
2. An objection answered.
3. A second objection.
| › Chapter 7 - Romans 7:17 - VERSE THE SEVENTEENTH
1. He no longer himself perpetrates this evil, but it is done by sin that dwelleth in him, a second Consectary deduced.
| › Chapter 8 - Romans 7:18, 19 - THE EIGHTEENTH AND NINETEENTH VERSES
1. "In this man, (that is, in his flesh,) dwelleth no good thing," &c.
2. An argument for the contrary op ...read|
| › Chapter 9 - Romans 7:20 - VERSE THE TWENTIETH
If he does that which he would not, then it is no more he that does it, but sin that dwelleth in him. We have already taken the ...read|
| › Chapter 10 - Romans 7:21 - VERSE THE TWENTY-FIRST
He finds that, where he would do good, evil is present with him. The twenty-first verse contains a conclusion from the prece ...read|
| › Chapter 11 - Romans 7:22, 23 - THE TWENTY-SECOND AND TWENTY-THIRD VERSES
1. HE delights in the law of God, or he finds a kind of con, delectation with it, after the inward man; ...read|
| › Chapter 12 - The Ancient Fathers - THE ANCIENT FATHERS CLEMENT OF ALEXANDRIA.
The apostle gives two appellations to the man--his person and his mind. (Strom. lib. 3, fol. 194.) TERTU ...read|
| › Chapter 13 - Romans 7:24 - VERSE THE TWENTY-FOURTH
The lamentable exclamation, O wretched man that I am! -- a two-fold reading of it.
2. The body of death is the body of s ...read|
| › Chapter 14 - Romans 7:25 - VERSE THE TWENTY-FIFTH
1. Various readings of the first clause, from the ancient fathers.
2. In the latter clause, this man is said "to serve ...read|
| › Chapter 15 - Under the Law - THE MAN ABOUT WHOM THE APOSTLE IS HERE TREATING, DO FAR AS HE IS: UNDER THE LAW.
He allows not, or approves not of, that which he does; He wills in ...read|
| › Chapter 16 - The Grace of God - THE GRACE OF GOD THROUGH JESUS CHRIST."
"But is this, therefore, the work of the regenerating Spirit?" With regard to the END, I confess that it is ...read|
| › Chapter 17 - The Connection Between the 7th & 8th Chapters - THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE SEVENTH AND THE EIGHTH CHAPTERS
The truth of the interpretation of the seventh chapter, as it has been so far deduced by ...read|
| › Chapter 18 - The Opinion Corroborated by Testimonies - I. THE OPINION WHICH IS TO BE CORROBORATED BY TESTIMONIES
This opinion, which explains Romans 7, as relating not to a man under grace, but to one w ...read|
| › Chapter 19 - Christian Fathers Approve of our Interpretation - II. THE MOST ANCIENT AND MOST RESPECTABLE OF THE CHRISTIAN FATHERS APPROVE OF THE INTERPRETATION WHICH WE GIVE TO THIS CHAPTER
2. Tert ...read|
| › Chapter 20 - The Opinion of St. Augustine - III. THE OPINION OF ST. AUGUSTINE
Quotations from his writings.
2. These passages confirm the interpretation of the author. It is objected, that ...read|
| › Chapter 21 - Writers from the Middle Ages Support our Opinion - OUR OPINION IS SUPPORTED BY SEVERAL WRITERS OF THE MIDDLE AGES
2. St. Paulinus.
3. Nicholas De Lyra.
4. Ordinary Gloss.
| › Chapter 22 - Favorable Testimonies of Recent Divines - V. THE FAVOURABLE TESTIMONIES OF MORE RECENT DIVINES
3. Faber Stapulensis.
| › Chapter 23 - This Opinion Isn't Heretical - I. THIS OPINION IS NEITHER HERETICAL NOR ALLIED TO ANY HERESY
In this third part, two things are contained: the first is a negative--that this, my ...read|
| › Chapter 24 - Our Opinion is Opposed to the Pelagian Heresy - OUR OPINION IS DIRECTLY OPPOSED TO THE PELAGIAN HERESY
THE Second thing contained in this third part is an affirmation, that our interpretation of ...read|
| › Chapter 25 - Ancient Church Doctors Didn't Approve the Opposite Opinion - THE OPPOSITE OPINION IS APPROVED BY NONE OF THE ANCIENT DOCTORS OF THE CHURCH
THE ancients who have interpreted this chapter as relating to a man u ...read|
| › Chapter 26 - The Opposite Opinion is Hurtful to Grace & Good Morals - I. THE OPPOSITE OPINION IS INJURIOUS TO GRACE AND HURTFUL TO GOOD MORALS
It is First shewn, that the interpretation of Romans 7, which prevails in ...read|
| › Chapter 27 - Common Interpretation Answered - VARIOUS OBJECTIONS IN FAVOUR OF THE COMMON INTERPRETATION ANSWERED
An objection for the common interpretation; it is possible for this to be the me ...read|
| › Conclusion - THE CONCLUSION
AN Examination and comparison of each of the three Interpretations of this chapter.
The FIRST, which is the latest of the two opini ...read|