Critical and Exegetical Hand-book to the Epistle to the Galatians

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T. & T. Clark, 1873 - Bible - 354 pages
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Page 363 - We have never met with a volume better adapted to set forth the evidences of Christianity in a form suited to the wants of our day. The whole of the vast argument is illustrated by various and profound learning ; there is no obscurity in the thoughts or in the style; the language is simple, the ideas clear, and the argument logicil, and generally, to our mind conclusive.
Page 361 - Church ; 6. Royal Supremacy in Church of England ; 7. Relation between Church and State ; 8. The Westminster Confession on Relation between Church and State; 9. Church Power; 10. Principles of the Free Church ; 11. The Rights of the Christian People ; 12. The Principle of Non-Intrusion ; 13. Patronage and Popular Election. In Two Volumes, demy 8vo, price...
Page 358 - COMMENTARY ON THE BOOK OF ECCLESIASTES. To which are appended : Treatises on the Song of Solomon ; on the Book of Job ; on the Prophet Isaiah ; on the Sacrifices of Holy Scripture ; and on the Jews and the Christian Church.
Page 361 - DISCUSSIONS IN THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH SINCE THE APOSTOLIC AGE. Chapter 1. The Church ; 2. The Council of Jerusalem ; 3. The Apostles' Creed ; 4. The Apostolical Fathers ; 5. Heresies of the Apostolical Age ; 6. The Fathers of the Second and Third Centuries , 7. The Church of the Second and Third Centuries ; 8. The Constitution of the Church ; 9. The Doctrine of the Trinity ; 10. The Person of Christ ; 11. The Pelagian Controversy ; 12.
Page 227 - And, because ye are sons, God has sent forth the Spirit of his son into your hearts, crying, Abba, Father.
Page 360 - THE REVELATION OF LAW IN SCRIPTURE, considered with respect both to its own Nature and to its relative place in Successive Dispensations.
Page 214 - For it is written that Abraham had two sons, one by the bondwoman, and one by the free woman.
Page 360 - As the product of the labours of an original thinker and of a sound theologian, who has at the same time scarcely left unexamined one previous writer on the subject, ancient or modern, this work will be a most valuable accession to the library of the theological student . As a whole, we believe it may, with the strictest truth, be pronounced the best work on the subject that has yet been published.'—RecoTd.
Page 42 - But when he who had set me apart before I was born, and had called me through his grace, was pleased to reveal his Son to me, in order that I might preach him among the Gentiles, I did not confer with flesh and blood, nor did I go up to Jerusalem to those who were apostles before me, but I went away into Arabia; and again I returned to Damascus.
Page 14 - GfoO. — 1 Cor. i. 1. 2 Cor. i. 1. Eph. i. 1. Col. i. 1. 2 Tim. i. 1.

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