| › Argument - INSTITUTES
OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD THE REDEEMER, IN CHRIST,
AS FIRST MANIFESTED TO THE FATHERS, UNDER T ...read|
| › Chapter 1 - THROUGH THE FALL AND REVOLT OF ADAM, THE WHOLE HUMAN RACE MADE ACCURSED AND DEGENERATE. OF ORIGINAL SIN.
I. How necessary the knowledge of ourselve ...read|
| › Chapter 2 - MAN NOW DEPRIVED OF FREEDOM OF WILL, AND MISERABLY ENSLAVED.
Having in the first chapter treated of the fall of man, and the corruption of the huma ...read|
| › Chapter 3 - EVERY THING PROCEEDING FROM THE CORRUPT NATURE OF MAN DAMNABLE.
The principal matters in this chapter are--I. A recapitulation of the former chapte ...read|
| › Chapter 4 - HOW GOD WORKS IN THE HEARTS OF MEN.
The leading points discussed in this chapter are, I. Whether in bad actions anything is to be attributed to God ...read|
| › Chapter 5 - THE ARGUMENTS USUALLY ALLEGED IN SUPPORT OF FREE WILL REFUTED.
Objections reduced to three principal heads:--I. Four absurdities advanced by the op ...read|
| › Chapter 6 - REDEMPTION FOR MAN LOST TO BE SOUGHT IN CHRIST.
The parts of this chapter are, I. The excellence of the doctrine of Christ the Redeemer--a doctrine ...read|
| › Chapter 7 - THE LAW GIVEN, NOT TO RETAIN A PEOPLE FOR ITSELF, BUT TO KEEP ALIVE THE HOPE OF SALVATION IN CHRIST UNTIL HIS ADVENT.
The divisions of this chapter ...read|
| › Chapter 8 - EXPOSITION OF THE MORAL LAW.
This chapter consists of four parts. I. Some general observations necessary for the understanding of the subject are m ...read|
| › Chapter 9 - CHRIST, THOUGH KNOWN TO THE JEWS UNDER THE LAW, YET ONLY MANIFESTED UNDER THE GOSPEL.
There are three principal heads in this chapter. I. Preparato ...read|
| › Chapter 10 - THE RESEMBLANCE BETWEEN THE OLD TESTAMENT AND THE NEW. 
This chapter consists of four parts. I. The sum, utility, and necessity of this discus ...read|
| › Chapter 11 - THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TWO TESTAMENTS.
This chapter consists principally of three parts. I. Five points of difference between the Old and the N ...read|
| › Chapter 12 - CHRIST, TO PERFORM THE OFFICE OF MEDIATOR, BEHOVED TO BECOME MAN.
The two divisions of this chapter are, I. The reasons why our Mediator behoved to ...read|
| › Chapter 13 - CHRIST CLOTHED WITH THE TRUE SUBSTANCE OF HUMAN NATURE.
The heads of this chapter are, I. The orthodoxy doctrine as to the true humanity of our Sav ...read|
| › Chapter 14 - HOW TWO NATURES CONSTITUTE THE PERSON OF THE MEDIATOR.
This chapter contains two principal heads: I. A brief exposition of the doctrine of Christ's ...read|
| › Chapter 15 - THREE THINGS BRIEFLY TO BE REGARDED IN CHRIST--VIZ. HIS OFFICES OF PROPHET, KING, AND PRIEST.
The principal parts of this chapter are--I. Of the Pr ...read|
| › Chapter 16 - HOW CHRIST PERFORMED THE OFFICE OF REDEEMER IN PROCURING OUR SALVATION. THE DEATH, RESURRECTION, AND ASCENSION OF CHRIST.
This chapter contains fou ...read|
| › Chapter 17 - CHRIST RIGHTLY AND PROPERLY SAID TO HAVE MERITED GRACE AND SALVATION FOR US.
The three leading divisions of this chapter are,--I. A proof from reas ...read|