The doctrine of sacred scripture, a critical, historical and dogmatic inquiry into the origin and nature of the old and new Testaments, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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Contents

Origin of the views of Philo
44
Josephus view of the preeminence of Moses
48
CHAPTER III
54
View of the Church Fathers on the unity of the two Testaments
60
Exceptional position of the Church Father Origen
67
The number of the inspired not limited to the writers of Scripture
75
Difference in modes of quoting the two Testaments
81
Ancient usage in the interpretation of Scripture
91
The ancient doctrine apologetical and polemic
97
CHAPTER XIV
102
Growth of the dogmatic conception of Sacred Scripture
103
Influence of Origen upon Ambrose of Milan
109
Work and views of Jerome
115
Hermeneutical principles of Theodore of Mopsuestia
121
Retrograde movement of TUeodoret of Cyros
123
General characterization of the age as allegoricodogmatic
129
Collectors of patristic opinion in the third period
136
Free use of the mystical principle in interpretation
142
Prevalent views of revelation and inspiration
149
Doctrine of the Symbols touching the verbum Dei
155
THE BIBLE AND THE RACE
157
Unity of the Old and New a unity in the manifestation of grace
163
RomanCatholic views of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries 108
169
Further development and perversion of the Protestant principle
175
Assertion of the strict infallibility of the biblical books
182
PostReformation view of the origin of the vowelpoints
189
Views of the enthusiasts and mystics
195
Views and influence of English Deism
201
Summary of the cardinal points of the postReformation dogma
208
Views of William Lowth and others
214
Establishment of the distinction between the Bible and the Word of God
220
Inspiration extended to include nonbiblical writers
226
Effective attacks of the Old Rationalism
232
Recent criticism of the Pentateuch
239
Meagreness of the results of critical science
245
Recent attempts at a reconstruction of the doctrine of Sacred Scripture
251
General result of the previous analysis
275
Necessity for a change in the method of treatment
281
The doctrine of Scripture as related to the biblical conception of God
288
The biblical conception of God as selfcommunicating Spirit
294
Sacred Scripture under the terms of revelation inspiration and redemp
300
Biblical view of revelation as belonging to the idea of God
307
Necessity of a process in revelation
314
Unique characteristics of the biblical revelation
323
Man as a redeemed spiritual personality
383
Each inspired faculty observes its own fundamental laws
390
Classification of the powers involved in revelation and inspiration
396
Possibility of an inspired imagination
402
Central position of conscience in the inspired consciousness
407
Influence of individual subjective conditions on the New Testament
414
The powers of presentation as organs of an errorless revelation
420
CHAPTER VI
426
Successive changes in the nature of these media
433
The psychology of visions and their relations to ecstasy
439
Subordination of the other media to language
446
CHAPTER VII
452
Three particulars of a possible distinction
461
Inspiration primarily applies to personality 406
467
Dependence of inspiration upon variable causes
474
Meaning of the term inspired as applied to a form of words
481
Nature of the content of biblical inspiration
487
The preeminent and final criteria of revelation 403
493
Possibility of discerning the existence of a Word of God 405
500
The distinction to be carried out from Christ as a centre
506
Essential relations between the Bible and the Word of God
513
Dependence of the Word of God upon the Church
520
Relations of Christian consciousness to the Word of God 626
528
Relation of the Old Testament to the growth of the Church 688
537
Dependence of the canonical writings upon the early Church
541
Dependence of the later Church upon the canonical writings 54
547
The early quasi coordination of Scripture and tradition
554
The Word of God in redemption as affording grounds for faith
563
General doctrine of the nature and limits of authority 500
571
Possibility of finding an absolute standard of authority 570
590
Nature of the one Catholic Rule of Faith 507
602
CHAPTER XI
611
The general principles of the science of interpretation
616
Need of historical interpretation in the case of the Bible
623
Final purpose of the translation and interpretation of Scripture
629
The various methods of interpretation
637
CHAPTER XII
643
Biblical doctrine of the word as the means of grace 019
654
FostReformation dogma as dishonoring the personal agent 058
662
CHAPTER XIII
672
The interest of human nature in what is mysterious 072
685
The three divisions in the general history of the Bible
697
Fitness of the Bible to foster intellectual activity
703
Effect upon the supreme religious feelings
711

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Page 178 - Wherefore things ordained by them as necessary to salvation have neither strength nor authority, unless it may be declared that they be taken out of holy Scripture.
Page i - THE DOCTRINE OF SACRED SCRIPTURE: A Critical, Historical, and Dogmatic Inquiry into the Origin and Nature of the Old and New Testaments.
Page 174 - Apostolos, tanquam fontem omnis et salutaris veritatis, et morum disciplines, omni creaturae praedicari jussit : perspiciensque hanc veritatem et disciplinam contineri in libris scriptis, et sine scripto traditionibus, quae ab ipsius Christi ore ab Apostolis acceptae, aut ab ipsis Apostolis, Spiritu sancto dictante, quasi per manus traditae, ad nos usque pervenerunt...
Page 214 - INSPIRATION, the conveying of certain extraordinary and supernatural notions or motions into the soul ; or it denotes any supernatural influence of God upon the mind of a rational creature, whereby he is formed to any degree of intellectual improvement, to which he could not, or would not, in fact, have attained in his present circumstances in a natural way.
Page 454 - Doctrine in question turns at once into a colossal Memnon's head, a hollow passage for a voice, a voice that mocks the voices of many men, and speaks in their names, and yet is but one voice and the same; - and no man uttered it, and never in a human heart was it conceived.
Page 452 - With the inspiration of the Bible, in the meaning of this term, which obtained almost without dispute in Protestant theology from the close of the sixteenth to the middle of the eighteenth centuries, we might properly give ourselves no further concern.
Page 773 - A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures: Critical, Doctrinal, and Homiletical, with special Reference to Ministers and Students. By John Peter Lange, D.»D., in connection with a Number of eminent European Divines. Translated from the German, and edited, with Additions original and selected, by Philip Schaff, DD, in connection with American Divines of various Evangelical Denominations.
Page 1 - Ubi enim Ecclesia, ibi et Spiritus Dei ; et ubi Spiritus Dei, illic Ecclesia, et omnis gratia : Spiritus autem veritas.
Page 213 - ... but the body, or vehicle. The doctrine of the creed, Lord's Prayer and Decalogue, Baptism and the Lord's Supper, is the vital part, and Christianity itself. The Old Testament letter (written as we have it about Ezra's time) is that vehicle which is as imperfect as the Revelation of...
Page 585 - As to the question, How shall we be persuaded that it came from God without recurring to a decree of the Church ? it is just the same as if it were asked, How shall we learn to distinguish light from darkness, white from black, sweet from bitter ? Scripture bears upon the face of it as clear evidence of its truth, as white and black do of their colour, sweet and bitter of their taste.

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