Morgan, G.C. – The Teaching of Christ

The Teaching of Christ
By G. Campbell Morgan, D. D.
Author of “The Crises of The Christ,” “The Analyzed Bible,” etc.
Copyright © 1913 by Fleming H. Revell Company

In this 20 chapter work by Morgan (Congregationalist) he examines the teaching of Christ around principal doctrinal themes: God, Himself, Spirit, Angels, Satan and Demons, Man, Sin, His Saving Mission, Responsibility, Sanctity, Conception, Different Phases, Existing anarchy, the cross, the church, the conflict, the crisis, and applications.



TABLE OF CONTENTS of Morgan, G.C. – The Teaching of Christ

INTRODUCTION – THE CLAIM OF CHRIST AS TO THE VALUE OF HIS TEACHING
1. GOD
2. HIMSELF
3. THE SPIRIT
4. ANGELS
5. SATAN AND DEMONS
6. MAN
7. SIN
8. SALVATION
9. HIS SAVING MISSION
10. HUMAN RESPONSIBILITY
11. SANCTITY
12. THE FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTION
13. DIFFERENT PHASES OF THE ONE FACT
14. THE EXISTING ANARCHY
15. THE REDEMPTIVE PROCESSES – THE CROSS
16. THE REDEMPTIVE PROCESSES – THE CHURCH
17. THE REDEMPTIVE PROCESSES – THE CONFLICT
18. THE CRISIS
19. AN INDIVIDUAL APPLICATION
THE TEACHING OF CHRIST’S ON THE KINGDOM OF GOD – CHART

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