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Book Description

Analytical Exposition of the Epistle of Paul to the Romans
Publication Year:
Oliphant & Co.
Romans, Commentary, New Testament
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Preliminary Remarks
  1. Introductory
  2. Doctrinal
    1. A General Accounts of the Divine Method of Justification, Chap. iii. 21-31,
    2. The Divine Method of Justification, as "Without Law," "By Faith,"" The Faith of Christ"-" Witnessed By the Law and the Prophets," Chap. iv. 1-25,
    3. The Blessings Secured by the Divine Method of Justification, "Free," "By God's Grace," "Through the Redemption That is By Christ Jesus," Chap. V, 1-21
    4. The Bearing of the Divine Method of Justification on Spiritual. Transformation, Chap. vi. 1-viii. 17
    5. The Afflictions to Which, in the Present State, The Justified are Exposed, are Not Inconsistent With the Reality and Permanence of that Special Divine Favour Which, as Justified, They Enjoy, Chap. viii. -17-37
    6. The Relation of the Manifested Divine Method of Justification to the Israelites, and to the Other Nations of Mankind, Chap. ix., x., xi.,
  3. Practical
  4. Concluding
  • Index