Discussions, Volume 1: Theological and Evangelical

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Robert Dabney (1820-98), who was for forty years Professor in Union Seminary, Virginia, U.S.A., was in the opinion of Dr. Archibald Alexander, ‘the best teacher of theology in the United States, if not in the world’.

 

Table of Contents: 

  1. Principles of Christian Economy
  2. Breckinridge's Theology
  3. The Moral Effects of a Free Justification
  4. The Light of a Holy Example
  5. The Bible Its Own Witness
  6. Endless Punishment
  7. The Doctrine of Original Sin
  8. Theology of the Plymouth Brethren
  9. Hodge's Systematic Theology
  10. God's Indiscriminate Proposals of Mercy, as Related to His Power, Wisdom and Sincerity
  11. The System of Alexander Campbell: An Examination of its Leading Points
  12. The Doctrinal Various Readings of the New Testament Greek
  13. The Revised Version of the New Testament
  14. Refutation of Prof. W. Robertson Smith
  15. The Influence of the German University System on Theological Literature
  16. Vindicatory Justice Essential to God
  17. The Believer Born of Almighty Grace
  18. The Christian Sabbath: Its Nature, Design, and Proper Observance
  19. An Exposition of 1 Corinthians 3:10-15
  20. The World White to Harvest: Reap, or it Perishes
  21. The Gospel Idea of Preaching
  22. Our Comfort in Dying
  23. The Christian Soldier
  24. The Sin of the Tempter
  25. Meditations a Means of Grace
  26. The Popular Arguments Against Endless Punishment Unsatisfactory as a Sure Ground of Hope
  27. Prayer Reasonable
  28. Parental Responsibilities
  29. A Phase of Religious Selfishness
  30. Our Secular Prosperity
  31. The Christian's Duty Towards his Enemies