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NATURE OF THE ATONEMENT
AND ITS RELATION TO
REMISSION OF SINS AND ETERNAL LIFE
JOHN MCLEOD CAMPBELL, D.D.
FOURTH EDITION !
WITH AN INTRODUCTION AND NOTES
MACMILLAN AND CO.
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ANDOVER - HARVARD
654,4 C188 n 1873
The Atonement presupposes the Incarnation of which it is the development,
xvi Yet some believe in the Incarnation who do not believe in the Atonement,
xviii Two hindrances to faith in the Atonement(1) Views of human progress,
xxi (2) Views of the Reign of Law,
xxii Two regions of divine self-manifestation
(1) The Reign of Law : (2) The kingdom of God, xxvi The place which prayer has in the kingdom of God,
xxvii Theism and religion,
xxix The kingdom of God seen in Christ,
XXX Miracles considered,
XXXV The Atonement belongs to the kingdom of God,
THE ENDS CONTEMPLATED IN THE ATONEMENT AWAKEN
THE EXPECTATION THAT WE ARE TO UNDERSTAND ITS
Three aspects of the Atonement : its extent, objeci and nature,
(1) A response to the testimony of Scripture as to the evil
(2) A capacity of apprehending the excellence of Eternal