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TEACHING OF LUTHER—
Bearing of Luther's personal experience on his teaching,
His commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians, -
How he sets forth the reality of Christ's bearing our sins, .
Luther's conception, 1st of the nature of Faith,
2nd of its results, . . . . . . .
His views of the difference between the Law and the Gospel, .
God's will as revealed in Christ the proper object of faith, .
Importance of the personal appropriation of the Atonement,
Nature and limits of Luther's teaching, -
CALVINISM, AS TAUGHT BY DR. OWEN AND PRESIDENT
Characteristics of these two writers, . . . . . .
I. Limitation of the Atonement, - -
How they met objections to this doctrine, - - - -
(1) First objection and answers to it by Owen and Chalmers,
Consideration of these answers, - - - -
(2) Another objection taken by the present writer,
An arbitrary act cannot reveal character, . . . . . .
Contradiction between the faith of the head and the love of
the heart, . . . .
II. Substitution of a legal for a filial confidence,
Their view of the relation of the Atonement to justification by
Love to God and love to man, united in Christ, . . IO9
Edwards' alternative : equivalent punishment, or equivalent
repentance, - - - - - - - . I IQ
The life of sonship is eternal life, I46
God's fatherliness and man's capacity of sonship alike
Error of supposing that the fatherliness and the righteous
Meaning of “making reconciliation" as illustrated by Heb. ii.
17, 18, . . . I 73
An Atonement which is morally and spiritually adequate,
The outward course of Christ's life, now to be considered, . . 200