Part I. Nothing Superlative in Vicarious Sacrifice, or Above the Universal Principles of Right and Duty.
Chapter I. The Meaning of Vicarious Sacrifice.
Chapter III. The Holy Spirit in Vicarious Sacrifice.
Chapter IV. The Good Angels in Vicarious Sacrifice.
Chapter V. All Souls Redeemed, to Be in Vicarious Sacrifice.
Part II. The Life and Sacrifce of Christ Is What He Does to Become a Renovating and Saving Power.
Chapter I. Uses and Relations of the Healing Ministry.
Chapter II. Christ’s Object is the Healing of Souls.
Chapter III. He is to Be God’s Power in Working Such Recovery.
Chapter IV. How He Becomes So Great a Power.
Part III. The Relations of God’s Law and Justice to His Saving Work in Christ.
Chapter I. The Law before Government.
Chapter II. Instituted Government.
Chapter III. The Antagonism between Justice and Mercy.
Chapter IV. The Law Precept Duly Sanctified.
Chapter V. Legal Enforcements not Diminished.
Chapter VI. God’s Rectoral Honor Effectively Maintained.
Chapter VII. Justification by Faith.
Part IV. Sacrifical Symbols and Their Uses.
Chapter I. Sacrifice and Blood and the Lustral Figures.
Chapter II. Atonement, Propitiation, and Expiation.
Chapter III. Practical Uses and Ways of Preaching.
Index of Scripture References
Greek Words and Phrases
Latin Words and Phrases
Index of Pages of the Print Edition