Death of Christ

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Wipf and Stock Publishers, 25‏/01‏/2005 - 354 من الصفحات
James Denney (1856-1917) served as Professor of New Testament Language, Literature, and Theology at Glasgow Free Church College. His primary works include 'The Atonement and the Modern Mind' (1903) and 'The Christian Doctrine of Reconciliation' (1917).
 

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INTRODUCTION
1
Relation of these two conceptions in the mind
3
Outline of study a
9
Significance of the Baptism in particular
18
critical
26
Bearing of Old Testament Scripture on this point
34
The meaning of K fiber as the equivalent
44
relation of sacrifice
50
The witness of the epistles on these points
130
Attempts to obliterate the distinction
168
Place of the Spirit in St Pauls teaching in this
192
Reconciliation of men to each other as a fruit
200
The most theological writing of the New Testament
207
r to His commission 2 to His obedience
212
Priesthood represents embodies and makes possible
218
What gives Christs death its propitiatory power?
225

His blood as a pr0pitiation
52
The idea that the remission of sins in Matt
56
Importance of this for the unity of the
75
what it is to bear sinsinbearing
94
The Second Epistle ascribed to Peter
106
The Sacraments in Acts and their significance
107
CHAPTER II
108
5 Connection in St Pauls mind of Christs
121
to do
231
Place and meaning of faith in this epistle
239
The Lambs Book of Life
248
Examination of explicit references
254
this _
261
comparison and contrast with
269
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James Denney (1856-1917) served as Professor of New Testament Language, Literature, and Theology at Glasgow Free Church College. His primary works include 'The Atonement and the Modern Mind' (1903) and 'The Christian Doctrine of Reconciliation' (1917).

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