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Systematic Theology (Volume 2 of 3) by Charles Hodge

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Systematic Theology (Volume 2)
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Volume two of Systematic Theology, a Christian classic by Charles Hodge contains:

ANTHROPOLOGY..

CHAPTER I.. ORIGIN OF MAN. .

  • 1. Scriptural Doctrine 3.
  • 2. Anti-Scriptural Theories 4. Heathen Doctrine of Spontaneous Generation. - Modern Doctrine of Spontaneous Generation 5. Theories of Development. - Lamarck. - Vestiges of Creation. - Darwin. - Remarks on the Darwinian Theory. - Atheistic. - Mere Hypothesis 19. Theories of the Universe. - Darwin. - J. J. Murphy. - Owen. - Common Doctrine. - Admitted Difficulties in the way of the Darwinian Theory. - 29. Pangenesis 32.
  • 3. Antiquity of Man 33. Lake Dwellings. - Fossil Human Remains.- Human Bones found with those of Extinct Animals. - Flint Instruments. - Races of Men. - Ancient Monuments 39.

CHAPTER II.. NATURE OF MAN..

  • 1. Scriptural Doctrine 42. Truths assumed in Scriptures. - Relation of the Soul and Body. - Realistic Dualism 46.
  • 2. Trichotomy 47. Anti-Scriptural. - Doubtful Passages 48.
  • 3. Realism 51. Its General Character.-Generic Humanity.- Objections to Realism. - From Consciousness. - Contrary to Scriptures. - Inconsistent with Doctrine of the Trinity, and of the Person of Christ 60.
  • 4. Another Form of the Realistic Theory 61.

CHAPTER III.. ORIGIN OF THE SOUL..

  • 1. Theory of Pre-existence 65.
  • 2. Traducianism 68.
  • 3. Creationism 70. Arguments from the Nature of the Soul 71. 4. Concluding Remarks 72.

CHAPTER IV.. UNITY OF THE HUMAN RACE..

  • 1. Idea of Species 78. General Characteristics. - Definitions 79.
  • 2. Evidences of the Identity of Species 82. Organic Structure. - Physiology. -Psychology 85.
  • 3. Application of these Criteria to Man 86. The Evidence Cumulative 88.
  • 4. Philological and Moral Argument 88. Brotherhood of Man 90.

CHAPTER V.. ORIGINAL STATE OF MAN..

  • 1. Scriptural Doctrine 92.
  • 2. Man created in the Image of God 96.
  • 3. Original Righteousness 99.
  • 4. Dominion over the Creatures 102.
  • 5. Doctrine of Romanists 103.
  • 6. Pelagian and Rationalistic Doctrine 106. Immanent Dispositions may have Moral Character. - General Judgment of Men on this Point.- Argument from Scripture, and from the Faith of the Church. - The Character of Dispositions depends on their Nature.- Objections considered. - Pelagians teach that Man was created Mortal 115.

CHAPTER VI.. COVENANT OF WORKS..

  • 1. God made a Covenant with Adam 117.
  • 2. The Promise 118.
  • 3. The Condition 119.
  • 4. The Penalty 120.
  • 5. The Parties 121.
  • 6. The Perpetuity of the Covenant 122.

CHAPTER VII.. THE FALL..

  • 1. Scriptural Account. The Tree of Life. The Tree of Knowledge The Serpent. The Temptation. Effects of the First Sin 123.

CHAPTER VIII.. SIN..

  • 1. Nature of the Question 130.
  • 2. Philosophical Theories 132. Limitation of Being. Leibnitz‚s Theory. Antagonism. Schleiermacher's Theory. The Sensuous Theory. Selfishness 144. Theological Theories..
  • 3. Doctrine of the Early Church 150.
  • 4. Pelagian Theory 152. Arguments against it 155.
  • 5. Augustine's Doctrine 157. Philosophical Element of his Doctrine. Why he made Sin a Negation. The. Moral Element of his Doctrine 159.
  • 6. Doctrine of the Church of Rome 164. Diversity of Doctrine in the Latin Church. Semi-Pelagian. Anselm. Abelard. Thomas Aquinas. The Scotists 173. Tridentine Doctrine on Original Sin 174. The true Doctrine of the Church of Rome 177.
  • 7. Protestant Doctrine of Sin 180. Sin a specific Evil. Has relation to Law. That Law the Law of God. Extent of the Law's Demands. Sin not confined to Acts of the Will. Consists in want of Conformity to the Law of God. Includes Guilt and Pollution 188.
  • 8. Effects of Adam's Sin on his Posterity 192.
  • 9. Immediate Imputation 192. Statement of the Doctrine. Ground of the Imputation of Adam's Sin. Adam the Federal Head of his Race. The Representative Principle in the Scriptures. This Principle involved in other Doctrines. Argument from Romans v. 12-21. From General Consent. Objections 204.
  • 10. Mediate Imputation 205. Origin of the Doctrine in the French Church . Held by Theologians in other Churches. Objections. Theory of Propagation 214.
  • 11. Pre-existence 214.
  • 12. Realistic Theory 216. President Edwards' Theory. Proper Realistic Theory. Objections 219.
  • 13. Original Sin 227. Its Nature. Proof of the Doctrine. From the Universality of Sin. Fromthe entire Sinfulness of Man. From the incorrigible Nature of Sin. From its early Manifestations. Evasions of the foregoing Arguments. Declarations of Scripture. Argument from the necessity of Redemption. From the necessity of Regeneration. From Infant Baptism. From the Universality of Death. From the common Consent of Christians 241. Objections. -Men responsible only for Voluntary Acts. Inconsistent with the justice of God. Makes God the Author of Sin. Inconsistent with Free Agency 254.
  • 14. Seat of Original Sin 254. The whole Soul its Seat 255.
  • 15. Inability 257. Doctrine as stated in the Protestant Symbols. The Nature of the Sinner's Inability 260. Inability not mere Disinclination. Arises from the want of Spiritual Discernment. Asserted only in reference to "Things of the Spirit." In what sense Natural. In what sense Moral. Objections to the popular Distinction between Natural and Moral Ability 265. Proof of the Doctrine 267. The Negative Argument. Involved in the Doctrine of Original Sin. Argument from the Necessity of the Spirit's Influence. From Experience. Objections. Inconsistent with Moral Obligation. Destroys the Motives to Exertion. Encourages Delay 276.

CHAPTER IX.. FREE AGENCY..

  • 1. Different Theories of the Will 280. Necessity. Contingency. Certainty 284.
  • 2. Definition of Terms 288. Will. Motive. Cause. Liberty. Liberty and Ability. Self-determination and Self-determination of the Will 294.
  • 3. Certainty consistent with Liberty 295. Points of Agreement. Arguments for the Doctrine of Certainty. >From the Foreknowledge of God. From Foreordination. From Providence. From the Doctrines of Grace. From Consciousness. From the Moral Character of Volitions. From the Rational Nature of Man. From the Doctrine of Sufficient Cause 306.

PART III.. SOTERIOLOGY..

CHAPTER I.. PLAN OF SALVATION..

  • 1. God has such a Plan 313. Importance of knowing it. Means of knowing it 315.
  • 2. Supralapsarianism 316.
  • 3. Infralapsarianism 319.
  • 4. Hypothetical Redemption 321. Objections to that Scheme 323.
  • 5. The Lutheran Doctrine as to the Plan of Salvation 324.
  • 6. The Remonstrant Doctrine 327.
  • 7. The Wesleyan Doctrine 329.
  • 8. The Augustinian Doctrine 331. Preliminary Remarks. Statement of the Doctrine. Proof of the Doctrine 334. Argument from the Facts of Providence. From the Facts of Scripture 339. The Relation of God to his Rational Creatures. Man a Fallen Race. Work of the Spirit. Election is to Holiness. Gratuitous Nature of Salvation. Paul's Argument in the Ninth Chapter of Romans. Argument from Experience 344. Express Declarations of Scripture. The Words of Jesus 346.
  • 9. Objections to the Augustinian Doctrine 349. The Objections shown to bear against the Providence of God. Founded on our Ignorance. Same Objections urged against the Teachings of the Apostles 352.

CHAPTER II.. COVENANT OF GRACE..

  • 1. The Plan of Salvation is a Covenant 354.
  • 2. Different Views of the Nature of that Covenant 355. Pelagian View. Remonstrant View. Wesleyan Arminian View. Lutheran View. Augustinian Doctrine 356.
  • 3. Parties to the Covenant 357. Distinction between the Covenant of Redemption and the Covenant of Grace 358.
  • 4. Covenant of Redemption 359.
  • 5. Covenant of Grace 362.
  • 6. Identity of the Covenant under all Dispensations 366. Promise of Eternal Life made before the Advent of Christ. Christ the Redeemer under all Dispensations. Faith the Condition of Salvation from the Beginning 371.
  • 7. Different Dispensations 373. From Adam to Abraham. Abraham to Moses.-Moses to Christ. The Gospel. Dispensation 378.

CHAPTER III.. THE PERSON OF CHRIST..

  • 1. Preliminary Remarks 378.
  • 2. Scriptural Facts concerning the Person of Christ 380. He is truly Man. He is truly God. He is one Person Proof of the Doctrine. Proof' of the several Points separately. From the current Representations of Scripture. From particular Passages of Scripture. St. John's Gospel i. 1-14 1 John i. 1-3. Romans i. 2-5. 1 Timothy iii. 16. Philippians ii. 6-11. Hebrews ii. 14 384.
  • 3. The Hypostatical Union 387. Two Natures in Christ. Meaning of the Word Nature. Two Natures united but not confounded. The Attributes of one Nature not transferred to the other. The Union is a Personal Union 390.
  • 4. Consequences of the Hypostatical Union 392. Communion of Attributes. The Acts of Christ. The Man Christ Jesus the Object of Worship. Christ can sympathize with his People. The Incarnate Logos the Source of Life. The Exaltation of the Human Nature of Christ 397.
  • 5. Erroneous Doctrines on the Person of Christ. Ebionites. Gnostics. Apollinarian Doctrine. Nestorianism. Eutychianism. Monothelite Controversy 404.
  • 6. Doctrine of the Reformed Churches 405.
  • 7. Lutheran Doctrine 407. Different Views among the Lutherans. Remarks on the Lutheran Doctrine 418.
  • 8. Later Forms of the Doctrine 418. Socinianism. Swedenborg. Dr. Isaac Watts. Objections to Dr. Watts' Theory 427.
  • 9. Modern Forms of the Doctrine 428. Pantheistical Christology. Theistical Christology. The Doctrine of. Kenosis. Ebrard 434. Gess 435. Remarks on the Doctrine of Kenosis 437. Schleiermacher's Christology 441. Objections to Schleiermacher's Theory. Founded on Pantheistical Principles. Involves Rejection of the Doctrine of the Trinity. False Anthropology. Perverts the Plan of Salvation 450.

CHAPTER IV.. THE MEDIATORIAL WORK OF CHRIST..

  • 1. Christ the only Mediator 455.
  • 2. Qualifications for the Work 456.
  • 3. Threefold Office of Christ 459.

CHAPTER V.. PROPHETIC OFFICE..

  • 1. Its Nature 462.
  • 2. How Christ executes the Office of a Prophet 463.

CHAPTER VI.. PRIESTLY OFFICE..

  • 1. Christ is truly a Priest 464.
  • 2. Christ is our only Priest 466.
  • 3. Definition of Terms 468. Atonement. Satisfaction. Penalty. Vicarious. Guilt. Redemption. Expiation. Propitiation 478.

CHAPTER VII.. SATISFACTION OF CHRIST..

  • 1. Statement of the Doctrine 480.
  • 2. The Sense in which the Work of Christ was a Satisfaction 482.
  • 3. The Doctrine of the Scotists and Remonstrants 485.
  • 4. Christ's Satisfaction rendered to Justice 489.
  • 5. Christ's Work a Satisfaction to Law 493.
  • 6. Proof of the Doctrine as above stated 495. Argument from Christ's Priestly Office. From the Sacrificial Character of His Death. Proof of the Expiatory Character of the Sacrifices for Sin. Argument from the Fifty-third Chapter of Isaiah. Passages in the New Testament in which Christ's Work is set forth as a Sacrifice, Romans iii. 25; Hebrews x. 10; 1 John ii. 2; 1 Peter ii. 24 512. Argument from the Nature of Redemption 516. Redemption from the Penalty of the Law. From the Law itself. >From the Power of Sin. From the Power of Satan. Final Redemption from all Evil. Argument from Related Doctrines 520. Argument from Religious Experience of Believers 523.
  • 7. Objections 527. Philosophical Objections. Objections drawn from the Feelings. Moral Objections. Objections urged by the Modern German Theologians 532. Answer to the Theory of these Writers 535. Popular Objections 539.

CHAPTER VIII.. FOR WHOM DID CHRIST DIE.

  • 1. State of the Question 544.
  • 2. Proof of the Augustinian Doctrine 546.
    • 1. From the Nature of the Covenant of Redemption.
    • 2. Election.
    • 3. Express Declaration of the Scriptures.
    • 4. From the Special Love of God.
    • 5. From the Believer's Union with Christ.
    • 6. From the Intercession of Christ.
    • 7. Church Doctrine embraces all the Facts of the Case 553. Objections. From the Universal Offer of the Gospel. From certain Passages of Scripture 558.

CHAPTER IX.. THEORIES OF THE ATONEMENT..

  • 1. The Orthodox View 563.
  • 2. Doctrine of some of the Early Fathers 564.
  • 3. Moral Theory 566. Objections to that Theory 571.
  • 4. Governmental Theory 573. Remonstrant Doctrine 575. Supernaturalists 576. Objections to Governmental Theory 578.
  • 5. Mystical Theory 581. Early Mystics. Mystics of the Time of the Reformation. Osiander. Schwenkfeld. Oetinger. The Modern Views 588.
  • 6. Concluding Remarks 589.

CHAPTER X.. INTERCESSION OF CHRIST..

  • 1. Christ our Intercessor 592.
  • 2. Nature of his Intercession 593.
  • 3. Its Objects 594.
  • 4. The Intercession of Saints 594.

CHAPTER XI.. KINGLY OFFICE OF CHRIST..

  • 1. The Church the Kingdom of God 596.
  • 2. Christ truly a King 597.
  • 3. Nature of the Kingdom of Christ 599. His Dominion over the Universe. His Spiritual Kingdom. His Visible Kingdom. Nature of that Kingdom 604.
  • 4. The Kingdom of Glory 608.

CHAPTER XII.. THE HUMILIATION OF CHRIST..

  • 1. Includes his Incarnation 610.
  • 2. His Being made under the Law 612.
  • 3. His Sufferings and Death 614.
  • 4. His Enduring the Wrath of God 614.
  • 5. His Death and Burial 615. The "Descensus ad Inferos." The Lutheran and Modern Doctrines of the Humiliation of Christ 621.

CHAPTER XIII.. THE EXALTATION OF CHRIST..

  • 1. His Resurrection 626.
  • 2. His Ascension 630.
  • 3. His Session at the Right Hand of God 635.

CHAPTER XIV.. VOCATION..

  • 1. Scriptural Usage of the Word 639.
  • 2. External Call 641.
  • 3. Common Grace 654. Lutheran Doctrine. Rationalistic Doctrine 657. Proof of the Inward Call of the Spirit as distinct from the Truth 660. This Influence may be without the Word. The Work of the Spirit distinct from Providential Efficiency 665. An Influence of the Spirit Common to all Men. Effects of Common Grace 670.
  • 4. Efficacious Grace 675. Why Efficacious. Not simply ab eventu. Not from its Congruity 677. The Augustinian Doctrine 680. Statement of the Doctrine. The Main Principle involved 682. It is the Almighty Power of God. Hence
    • 1. It is Mysterious and Peculiar..
    • 2. Distinct from Common Grace.
    • 3. Distinct from Moral Suasion.
    • 4. Acts immediately. In what Sense Physical.
    • 5. It is Irresistible.
    • 6. The Soul is Passive in Regeneration.
    • 7. Regeneration Instantaneous.
    • 8. It is an Act of Sovereign Grace 688.
  • 5. Proof of the Doctrine 689.
    • 1. Common Consent.
    • 2. Analogy.
    • 3. Ephesians iii. 17, 19.
    • 4. General Teachings of Scripture.
    • 5. Nature of Regeneration.
    • 6. Argument from related Doctrines.
    • 7. From Experience 706.
  • 6. Objections 709.
  • 7. History of the Doctrine of Grace 710. Doctrine of the Early Church. Pelagian Doctrine. Semi-Pelagian. Scholastic Period. Synergistic Controversy. Controversies in the Reformed Church. Hypothetical Universalism. Supernaturalism and Rationalism 721.

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