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Studies in theology

Author: Loraine Boettner
Publisher: Grand Rapids : Eerdmans, 1947.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Loraine Boettner
OCLC Number: 6405924
Description: 351 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The inspiration of the Scriptures.--Christian supernaturalism.--The Trinity.--The person of Christ.--The atonement. I. The Inspiration of the Scriptures : 1. The nature of scripture inspiration --
2. The writers claim inspiration --
3. The nature of the influence by which inspiration is accomplished --
4. The alleged errors in scripture --
5. The trustworthiness of the Bible --
6. The plenary inspriation of the Bible --
II. Christian Supernaturalism --
1. The place of the supernatural in religion --
2. Assurance that a revelation is genuine --
3. Extraordinary providences --
4. The alleged Roman Catholic miracles --
5. Cures wrought by the faith-healers --
III. The Trinity --
1. Introduction --
2. Statement of the doctrine --
3. Further scripture proof --
4. The Trinity in the Old Testament --
5. One substance, three persons --
6. Meaning of the terms "Father," "Son," and "Spirit" --
7. Subordination of the son and spirit to the father --
8. The generation of the son and the procession of the holy spirit --
9. The Trinity presents a mystery but not a contradiction --
10. Historical aspects of the doctrine --
11. Practical importance of the doctrine --
IV. The Person of Christ --
1. Introduction --
2. Christ's own testimony concerning his deity --
3. Testimony of the disciples --
4. Titles ascribed to Jesus Christ --
5. The son of God --
6. The son of man --
7. The pre-existence of Christ --
8. The attributes of deity are ascribed to Christ --
9. Jesus' life the fulfillment of a divine plan --
10. The miracles of Jesus --
11. Importance of belief in the deity of Christ --
12. The humanity of Christ --
13. The humiliation of Christ --
14. The exaltation of Christ --
15. The relation of the two natures in Christ --
16. The incarnation --
17. The sinlessness of Jesus --
18. The virgin birth --
19. Christ the messiah of Old Testament prophecy --
20. The personal appearance of Jesus --
21. The offices of Christ --
22. Erroneous views concerning the person of Christ --
23. Conclusion --
V. The Atonement --
1. The atonement --
2. The significance of Christ's death --
3. The satisfaction view of the atonement --
4. The active and passive obedience of Christ --
5. Christ as our ransomer --
6. The representative principle --
7. The extent of the atonement --
8. Old Testament ritual and symbolism --
9. Erroneous theories of the atonement.
Responsibility: by Loraine Boettner.

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