Atkinson – Faith

Atkinson Faith

by Israel Atkinson
London :Houlston and Sons, Paternoster Buildings:
and of All Booksellers – Brighton : the Author, 38, Rose Hill Terrace.
1877

Summary of Faith

I this work Atkinson contrasts biblical faith against the “law of works”. He focuses on faith in Jesus Christ, the author of faith, and examines various aspects of this faith, (prepositions used with “faith”, verbs, governing nouns), and finally the duty of the believer to have faith or believe.

Chapter Content of Atkinson’s Faith

CONTENTS.

PREFACE.
1. Preliminary Observation
2. Of The Law as Distinguished From The Law of Works
3. Of The Law of Works and The Law of Faith as they Obtain in The Economy of Nature
4. Of The Law of Works and The law of Faith as they Obtain in The Jewish Economy
5. Of The law of Works and the Law of Faith as they Obtain in The Christian Economy
6. Of The Beginner and The Perfecter of Faith; The Proportion, The Righteousness, The Mystery, The Shield, The Spirit of The Faith
7. Of Faith construed with Prepositions
8. Of Faith construed with Prepositions (continued)
9. Of Faith construed with Verbs
10. Of Faith construed as a Governing Noun
11. Of Faith in The Subjective Sense. Of The Faculty or Power of Believing
12. Of Believing
13. Of The Duty of Believing
14. Of The Warrant To Believe

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