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Old and new theology.
Philadelphia, Presbyterian Board of Publication [©1855]
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|Description:||262 pages ; 20 cm|
|Contents:||The character and government of God --
God's covenant with Adam and our relation to him as our federal head --
involving the doctrine of imputation and original sin --
The subject of the preceding chapter continued --
exhibiting the new theology concerning God's covenant with Adam as the federal head of his posterity, imputation, original sin, etc. --
Remarks on imputation, original sin, etc., with reference to the views presented in the preceding chapter --
The sufferings of Christ and our justification through him --
a continuation of the preceding chapter --
Human ability, regeneration, and the influences of the Holy Spirit --
Human ability, regeneration, etc., continued from the preceding chapter --
A contrast between the old and new theology, by way of review, and a notice of the perfectionism of Mr. Finney --
The measures adopted by the general assembly for removing these errors from the Presbyterian Church --
The acts of the general assembly in 1837 and 1838 --
Present character and condition of the old a new school bodies.