The Family - 2 VOLS in 1 (Palmer and Alexander)

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Drs. B. M. Palmer and J. W. Alexander were both Presbyterian pastors of the nineteenth century. In these two works on the family they treat the subject of the Abrahamic Covenant and infant baptism from the Presbyterian point of view. 

 

The Family in its Civil and Churchly Aspects - Benjamin M. Palmer

Part 1:

  1. General View of the Family
  2. Supremacy of the Husband
  3. Subordination of the Wife
  4. Authority of the Parent
  5. Filial Obedience
  6. Authority of Masters
  7. Subjection of Servants
  8. Collateral Relation in the Family

Part 2:

  1. Historical Development of the Church in the Family
  2. The Church Under Natural Religion
  3. The Church Under the Natural System of Grace
  4. The Symbolic Mystery of Marriage
  5. The Church, The Family of God
  6. The Family in its Offices of Instruction and Worship

 

Thoughts on Family Worship - James W. Alexander

  1. The Nature, Warrant, and History of Family Worship
  2. The Influence of Family Worship on Individual Piety
  3. The Influence of Family Worship on parents
  4. The Influence of Family Worship on Children 
  5. The Influence of Family Worship on Domestics
  6. Family Worship as a Means of Intellectual Improvement
  7. The Influence of Family Worship on Domestic Harmony and Love
  8. The Influence of Family Worship on a Household in Affliction
  9. The Influence of Family Worship on Visitors, Guests, and Neighbors
  10. The Influence of Family Worship in Perpetuating Sound Doctrine
  11. The Influence of Family Worship on the Church 
  12. The Influence of Family Worship on the Commonwealth
  13. The Influence of Family Worship on Posterity
  14. Practical Directions as to the Mode of Conducting Family Worship
  15. The Reading of Scripture, as a Part of Family Worship
  16. Psalmody, as a Part of Family Worship
  17. The Householder Exhorted to the Duty of Family Worship
  18. Difficulties and Objections