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The Death of Christ

By James Denney

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   Foreward - THE DEATH OF CHRIST by JAMES DENNEY 1911 FOREWORD In the chapel of Trinity College, Glasgow, there is a stained glass window honoring the l
   Preface - THE first edition of The Death of Christ appeared in 1902. It contained the first six of the nine chapters in this book, and its purpose was to explai
   Introduction - DETAILED CONTENTS INTRODUCTION Conception of the New Testament, its unity not artificial, Misused distinctions, historical and dogmatic, biblica
   Chapter 1 - The Synoptic Gospels - ALL the gospels describe the sufferings and death of Christ with a minuteness which has no parallel in their narratives of other events of His life, a
   Chapter 2 - The Earliest Christian Preaching - 1. THUS far we have confined ourselves to the words of Jesus. The divine necessity of His death, indicated in the Old Testament and forming the basis
   Chapter 3 - The Epistles of St. Paul - WHEN we pass from primitive Christian preaching to the epistles of St. Paul, we are embarrassed not by the scantiness but by the abundance of our mate
   Chapter 4 - The Epistle to the Hebrews - THE Epistle to the Hebrews is in many ways one of the most perplexing books of the New Testament. It stands quite alone and is peculiarly independent,
   Chapter 5 - The Johannine Writings - BY the Johannine writings are meant the Apocalypse and the fourth gospel, as well as the three catholic epistles to which the name of John is traditio
   Chapter 6 - The Importance of the Death of Christ in Preaching and in Theology - IF the series of studies which we have now completed has reproduced with any adequacy or accuracy the mind of the New Testament writers, certain concl
   Chapter 7 - The Atonement and the Modern Mind - IT will be admitted by most Christians that if the Atonement, quite apart from precise definitions of it, is anything to the mind, it is everything. I
   Chapter 8 - Sin and the Divine Reaction Against it - WE have now seen in a general way what is meant by the Atonement, and what are the characteristics of the mind to which the Atonement has to make its
   Chapter 9 - Christ and Man in the Atonement - OUR conception of the relations subsisting between God and man, of the manner in which these relations are affected by sin, and particularly of the Sc

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