Systematic Theology - Vol. 3

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CONTENTS OF THE THIRD VOLUME.
PART III. (Continued.)
CHAPTER XV.
REGENERATION.
PAGE
§ 1. Usage of the word Regeneration 3
§ 2. Nature of Regeneration 5
Not a Change in the Substance of the Soul. — Not an Act of the Soul. — Doctor Emmon's Doctrine. — Professor Finney's Doctrine. — Doctor Nathaniel Taylor's View. — Not a Change in any one Faculty. — Not merely Illumination. - Not a Change of the Higher Powers of the Soul exclusively. — Modern Speculative Views. — Ebrard's Doctrine. — Delitzsch's Doctrine 25
Doctrine of the Latin Church 27
Doctrine of the Church of England 28
§ 3. The Evangelical Doctrine 29
Exposition of the Doctrine 30
An Act of Divine Power 31
In the Subjective Sense of the Word not an Act 32
It is a New Principle of Life. — A New Birth. — A New Heart. — The whole Soul the Subject of it 36
§ 4. Objections to the Evangelical Doctrine 37
CHAPTER XVI.
FAITH.
§ 1. Preliminary Remarks 41
§ 2. Psychological Nature of Faith 42
Primary Idea of Faith is Trust. — More limited Sense of the Word
Definitions of Faith founded on its Subjective Nature, —
First, a Degree of Conviction less than Knowledge, but stronger than Opinion Second, a Conviction determined by the Will ... 46
49
Definition founded on the Objects of Faith. — Conviction of the Truth of Things not seen 53
Definitions founded on the Kind of Evidence on which the Conviction rests, —
First, a Conviction founded on Feeling 57
Second, a Conviction founded on Testimony 60

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