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CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY

 

BY

 

ADAM CLARKE, LL.D., F. A. S.

 

SELECTED FROM HIS PUBLISHED AND UNPUBLISHED WRITINGS. 

AND SYSTEMATICALLY ARRANGED:

WITH A LIFE OF THE AUTHOR:

 

BY SAMUEL DUNN.

 

THAT man is not the best theologian who is the greatest disputant, but he who exhibits an exemplary life himself, and who teaches others to be exemplary in their lives. In things necessary to salvation, let every man become his own theologian.

óJ. A. TURRETINE .

 

New York : PUBLISHED BY LANE & SCOTT,

200 Mulberry Street. JOSEPH LONG KING, PRINTER.

1851.

 

Table of Contents

 

 

 

Preface - Advertisement to Christian Theology

 

Life of the Author

Chapter 1

The Scriptures

Chapter 2

God

Chapter 3

The Attributes of God

Chapter 4

The Trinity

Chapter 5

Man

Chapter 6

Christ

Chapter 7

Repentance

Chapter 8

Faith

Chapter 9

Justification

Chapter 10

Regeneration

Chapter 11

The Holy Spirit

Chapter 12

Entire Sanctification

Chapter 13

The Moral Law

Chapter 14

Public Worship

Chapter 15

Prayer

Chapter 16

Praise

Chapter 17

The Christian Church

Chapter 18

Baptism

Chapter 19

The Lord's Supper

Chapter 20

Husband and Wife

Chapter 21

Parents and Children

Chapter 22

Masters and Servants

Chapter 23

Rulers and Subjects

Chapter 24

Rich and Poor

Chapter 25

Ministers and People

Chapter 26

Good and Bad Angels

Chapter 27

Temptations

Chapter 28

Afflictions

Chapter 29

Providence

Chapter 30

Apostacy

Chapter 31

Death

Chapter 32

Judgment

Chapter 33

Hell

Chapter 34

Heaven

Chapter 35

General Principles

Chapter 36

Miscellaneous:

 

Knowledge, Happiness, Communion of Saints, Fasting, Conscience, Dancing, Dress, Dreams, Ghosts, Tobacco, Wesley, Methodism, Shetland Isles, Sunday Schools, Schism, Lust of Power, Political Party-spirit, Friendship, Flattery, Self-interest, Going to Law, Suretyship, Usury, Slavery, Parable, Miracle, Millennium, Time.