Systematic Theology - Vol. 2

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CONTENTS OF THE SECOND VOLUME.

PART II.
ANTHROPOLOGY.

CHAPTER 1.
ORIGIN OF MAN.
PAGE
§ 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. — Sterility of Hybrids. — Geographical Distribution 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 49
§ 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

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