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Arnold, T. – The Christian Life: Its Course, Its Hindrances, and Its Helps.

The Christian Life: Its Course, Its Hindrances, and Its Helps.

by Thomas Arnold, D.D, Head Master of Rugby School, and Late Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford.

From the Fifth London Edition.
1856.

“As far as the principle on which Archbishop Laud and his followers acted went to re-actuate the idea of the church, as a co-ordinate and living power by right of Christ’s institution and express promise, I go along with them; but I soon discover that by the church they meant the clergy, the hierarchy exclusively, and then I fly off from them in a tangent.

“For it is this very interpretation of the church, that, according to my conviction, constituted the first and fundamental apostasy; and I hold it for one of the greatest mistakes of our polemical divines, in their controversies with the Romanists, that they trace all the corruptions of the gospel faith to the Papacy.”–COLERIDGE,

Literary Remains, vol. iii. p. 386.

This is a book of 30+ sermons on different aspects of the Christian life. Continue reading

Askwith, E.D. – The Christian Conception of Holiness

The Christian Conception of Holiness

by Edward Harrison Askwith, M.A.

CHAPLAIN OF TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE
London MACMILLAN AND CO, LIMITED
New York: THE MACMILLAN COMPANY
1900

This is a study (256+ pages) on holiness. Different aspects and views from different parts of the Bible are examined. Holiness as our Christian duty, as the source of our happiness, in relation to the will of God, the consequences of the fall, and man’s restoration in the atonement, etc. Continue reading

Boyce, J.P. – Abstract of Systematic Theology

Abstract of Systematic Theology

Abstract of Systematic Theology
By James Petigru Boyce

Abstract of Systematic Theology contains forty-two essays ranging in topic from the doctrines of God, the Trinity, and humanity, to creation, providence, and justification. Boyce also wrote extensively on the issues of election, atonement, and the immortality of the soul. Boyce’s theology was heavily influenced by Charles Hodge, and he used Hodge’s Systematic Theology text at the Southern Baptist Seminary. The essays found in Abstract of Systematic Theologywere originally intended to supplement the content of Boyce’s systematic theology classes at the seminary from 1859–1888. Boyce compiled and completed Abstract: “it is no mere logic chopping treatise but is vibrant with an experimental faith centered in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior… .” Published in 1887.

Author Biography: wikipedia.org:Boyce | tlogical.net:Boyce Read online: Founders.org Continue reading

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Alford – Scriptural Doctrine of the Trinity

Alford-Scriptural Doctrine of Trinity

The Manual: The Scriptural Doctrine Of The Trinity, Investigated And Defended

By M.W. Alford
(1842)

This is 17 chapter book is a treatise on the Trinity.

CONTENTS,
PREFACE
CHAPTER I. Evidences of the real humanity of our Lord Jesus Christ. His body was human He had a human soul
CHAPTER II. Evidences that the Lord Jesus possessed a divine nature, and was in that nature as truly God as he was man in his human nature
CHAPTER III. A brief view of the worship which is addressed to our Lord Jesus Christ, and which acknowledges him to be God
CHAPTER IV. The Omniscience of our Lord Jesus Christ
CHAPTER V. The wisdom of our Lord Jesus Christ, is the wisdom of Jehovah ; therefore, in this respect, he is God
CHAPTER VI. The Omnipresence of our Lord Jesus Christ
CHAPTER VII. The Immutability of our Lord Jesus Christ
CHAPTER VIII. The Omnipotence of our Lord Jesus Christ
CHAPTER IX. The equality of our Lord Jesus Christ with God the Father,
CHAPTER X. Jesus Christ, in his divine nature, is God
CHAPTER XI. There is a Plurality of Persons in the Godhead
CHAPTER XII. The Number of Persons in the Godhead are Three
CHAPTER XIII. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, are one God
CHAPTER XIV. Consequences of the doctrine which teaches that Jesus Christ is not truly God, and truly man
CHAPTER XV. The Statements and Doctrine of Unitarians
CHAPTER XVI. Plain Logical Deductions from the Statements of modern Unitarians
CHAPTER XVII. Some of the most Prominent Objections to the doctrine of the Trinity, considered
QUESTIONS on the character of Christ
CONCLUSION