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Author: Rousas John Rushdoony
Publisher: Vallecito, Calif. : Ross House Books, ©1994.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rousas John Rushdoony
ISBN: 1879998033 9781879998032
OCLC Number: 30863626
Description: 2 volumes ; 24 cm
Contents: Volume I --
I. Infallibility --
Infallibility: An inescapable concept --
Infallibility and immanence --
The dependent word of man --
Infallibility and meaning --
The canon of covenant law --
The command word --
Infallible man --
The infallible act and word --
The infallible movement --
Who speaks the word? --
The word of dominion --
The word of flux --
The word and history --
The infallible word --
Moloch man and the word of God --
Infallibility and the world of faith --
II. The necessity for systematic theology --
The necessity for systematic theology --
Causality and systematics --
The systematics of common life --
The coherency of scripture --
The limits of systematic theology --
Abstract theology --
Systematics and possibility --
Systematics and proof --
Practical systematics --
Faith --
Systematic anthropology --
Inevitable systematics --
Neoplatonic systematics --
The goal of systematics --
Systematics and Lordship --
The search for a master principle --
Abstractionism --
Seminary systematics --
Anti-abstractionism. III. Creation and providence --
Creation and holiness --
The goodness of creation --
Creation and providence --
The joy of creation in providence --
Neo-Platonism and providence --
Creation as revelation --
Calvin on providence --
Naturalistic providence --
Providence and historiography --
The unity of our faith --
Providence and prayer --
Creationism and prayer --
Providence, faith, and piety --
Providence and the Sabbath --
Creation, providence, and responsibility --
Creation, providence and eschatology --
Humanistic providence --
IV. The doctrine of God --
The doctrine of God --
The Trinity and subordination --
God, logic and reality --
The incomprehensibility of God --
God's eternalness --
The aseity of God --
Idolatry --
God the Father --
God the Son --
God the Spirit --
Sovereignty, government, and providence --
God and creation --
Predestination --
"Why hast thou made me thus?" V. The doctrine of Christ --
"The seed of the woman" --
The promise of Abraham --
Shiloh --
Dominion --
The prophet --
The lion and his cubs --
The canopy --
The wonderful counselor --
Rights --
Our new Adam, Jesus Christ --
Jesus Christ as Lord --
The cosmic Christ --
The wisdom of God --
The Word --
The divine exegesis --
"The Alpha and the Omega" --
Christ the Savior --
The Ruler --
The Great High Priest --
The Great Prophet --
The King --
King Adam II --
VI. The doctrine of the Holy Spirit --
The giver of life --
The Spirit and the kingdom --
The Spirit of jubilee --
The Spirit and Bezaleel --
Saul and the Spirit --
The Spirit and epistemology --
The Spirit and the incarnation --
The coming of the Spirit --
The presence of the Spirit --
Power --
The unchanging Spirit --
The sin against the Spirit --
"The communion of the Holy Ghost" --
The Spirit and authority --
The Spirit of adoption --
The Spirit and the resurrection --
"Try the spirits" --
The weak and the strong --
The Spirit, the Law and judgment --
"Grieve not the Holy Spirit of God" --
"Quench not the Spirit" --
"I will not leave you orphans" --
The fruits of the Spirit. VII. The covenant --
The covenant --
Is there a covenant of works? --
The covenant and land --
Covenant faithfulness --
The blood of the covenant --
Covenant curses and blessings --
The kinsman-redeemer --
The cities of refuge --
Covenant celebrations --
Oath and covenant --
The civil government --
Blood and life --
The covenant and see --
The covenant and election --
The marriage covenant --
The plague of blood --
The covenant and the name --
Breaking the covenant --
The covenant and the body --
The covenant and the mediator --
Messiahship, covenant, and sovereignty --
Covenant salvation --
VIII. The theological nature of sin --
The religious nature of sin --
The origin of sin --
Total depravity --
Sin as deprivation --
Sin and society --
Sin as personal fulfillment --
Sin and matter --
Sin and false perfectionism --
Sin as a political asset --
Fables --
The view of sins as virtues --
Sin and sins --
Sin and fantasy --
Sin and Passover --
Sin as privilege and right --
The kingdom of sin, or the kingdom of man --
Sin and law --
Sin and desecration --
The eschatology of sin --
Sin and righteousness --
The lie --
IX. The Ordo Salutis --
The ordo salutis --
Salvation --
Humanistic salvation --
Salvation: anthropology or theology? --
Cosmic salvation --
Polytheistic salvation --
The evangel or gospel --
Election --
Predestination --
Regeneration --
Effectual calling --
Conversion: faith and repentance --
Justification --
Sanctification --
Preservation --
Perseverance --
Glorification --
"Feed my sheep." X. Atonement --
Expiation and atonement --
Our atonement by Jesus Christ --
Atonement and responsibility --
Vicarious sacrifice --
Imputation --
Blood --
Sacrifice --
Legal satisfaction --
Imputation and sacrifice --
The doctrine of ransom --
Forgiveness --
Sado-masochism --
The unatoned --
The atoned --
XI. Justification --
Justification --
The sociology of justification --
Justification by faith --
False justification --
Repression --
Justification by law --
Justification by victimization --
Toleration and intolerance --
"The just shall live by faith" --
Justification and the will to fiction --
Justification by indictment --
The person of God --
Justification and history --
Justification and eternity --
Pragmatic justification --
Justification and logic --
Justification and the doctrine of God --
Justification and the freedom of man in Christ. Volume II --
XII. Doctrine of the church --
Introduction --
Faith and the church --
Circumcision --
Government --
Training for governing --
The Passover --
The Sabbath --
The assembly or congregation --
The holy assembly --
The house of God --
ministers --
Presbyters --
Ritual --
The laying of hands --
The joyful and healing church --
Authority --
Fringes and tassels --
Baptism --
Communion --
The ark and the presence --
Laymen and the church --
Women and the church --
The foundation rock --
Loosing and binding --
One flock, one shepherd --
Apostolic succession --
Unity --
The church of the resurrection --
The church as witness --
The church as property and function. XIII. Eschatology --
The meaning of eschatology --
The eschaton and man --
Law as eschatology --
Eschatology and the covenant --
Eschatology of everyday life --
Eschatology in "nature" --
The restoration of the earth --
The eschatology of covenant man --
Captivity and restoration --
The eschatology of bones --
The restoration of God's order --
Eschatology and prayer --
Eschatology and causality --
The necessary connection --
Motivation --
The real presence and eschatology --
The body --
The body and Christ --
The body of humiliation --
"A body hast thou prepared for me" --
The resurrection body --
Judgment as process and event --
Judgment as crisis --
The covenant consummation: The last judgment --
The covenant consummation: paradise --
The eschatology of hell --
The second coming of Jesus Christ --
The new creation --
Typology and eschatology --
Eschatology and man's kingly office --
Eschatology and man's priestly office --
Eschatology and man's prophetic office --
XIV. The doctrine of man --
"A little lower than judges" --
"What is man?" --
Christ's resurrection and the doctrine of man --
The predetermined life of man --
Male and female --
The blessings of man --
God's oath-man --
Citizens of life or death --
Adam and Christ --
Man in Adam and Christ --
"After the image" --
Man's "rights" --
Non-private man --
Non-public man --
Guilt and freedom --
Guilt and the slave society --
Man's system --
The culmination of man's system --
Life and death. XV. Theology of the land --
Atonement for the land --
The dominion mandate --
The curse and the covenant --
God and the land --
The law of diverse kinds --
The redemption of the land --
The land and the poor --
Communion and community --
The Sabbath of the land and man --
Debt and the future --
The covenant and land --
Sacred land --
The Holy Spirit and the tithe --
Freedom and the land --
Salvation and the land --
The land and holiness --
The land defiled --
Man defiled --
Disinheritance --
Judgment --
XVI. Theology of work --
Vocation and work --
Work and the curse --
Government as a monopoly, or, the politics of death --
Work and confusion --
Bramble men --
The Babel state --
The work of Christ --
Work versus theft --
Work and dominion --
Work and just measures --
The eschatology or work --
Holy offices --
Hierarchical work --
The work ethic --
Work, rest, and leisure --
The clean society --
Work and rest --
The prophetic nature of work --
Faith and work. XVII. Time --
The moral question --
Eternity and time --
Time and history --
Time, history, and meaning --
The infallibility of time --
Time and apostolic succession --
Dreams and the determination of time --
The philosophy of time and the Sabbath --
Time and the idea --
Calendar time --
Time, sin, and death --
Biblical time and history --
The logic of time --
The hatred of time --
Theological time --
Future time --
XVIII. Authority --
Author and authority --
Man's relationship to authority --
"The power of His resurrection" --
"The Spirit of adoption" --
Living under authority --
Authority and power --
Undermining authority --
Authority and false responsibility --
Authority and ministry --
"By what authority?" --
The purpose of authority --
The source of authority --
Authority, primary and secondary --
The Cherubim --
The Seraphim --
Satanic authority --
Authority, justice, and men --
The power to kill --
Authority and life --
XIX. Prayer --
Prayer --
Matthew 6:8 and prayer --
John Calvin and prayer --
The cure for blindness --
"Hallowed be Thy name:" Prayer and the future --
"Give us this day:" Prayer and the present --
Forgiveness and prayer --
"Lead us not into temptation:" Reality and prayer --
The doxology --
Asking and receiving --
Prayer and gratitude.
Responsibility: by Rousas John Rushdoony.

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