Table of Contents
Christologia: or a Declaration of the Glorious Mystery of the Person of Christ — God and Man
A Declaration of the Glorious Mystery of the Person of Christ
Chapter I: Peter’s Confession; Matt. xvi. 16 — Conceits of the Papists thereon — The Substance and Excellency of that Confession.
Chapter II: Opposition made unto the Church as built upon the Person of Christ.
Chapter III: The Person of Christ the most ineffable Effect of Divine Wisdom and Goodness — Thence the next Cause of all True Religion — In what sense it is so.
Chapter IV: The Person of Christ the Foundation of all the Counsels of God.
Chapter V: The Person of Christ the great Representative of God and his Will.
Chapter VI: The Person of Christ the great Repository of Sacred Truth — Its Relation thereunto.
Chapter VII: Power and Efficacy Communicated unto the Office of Christ, for the Salvation of the Church, from his Person.
Chapter VIII: The Faith of the Church under the Old Testament in and concerning the Person of Christ.
Chapter IX: Honour due to the Person of Christ — The Nature and Causes of it.
Chapter X: The Principle of the Assignation of Divine Honour unto the Person of Christ, in both the Branches of it; which is Faith in Him.
Chapter XI: Obedience unto Christ — The Nature and Causes of it.
Chapter XII: The especial Principle of Obedience unto the Person of Christ; which is Love — Its Truth and Reality Vindicated.
Chapter XIII: The Nature, Operations, and Causes of Divine Love, as it respects the Person of Christ.
Chapter XIV: Motives unto the Love of Christ.
Chapter XV: Conformity unto Christ, and Following his Example.
Chapter XVI: An humble Inquiry into, and Prospect of, the infinite Wisdom of God, in the Constitution of the Person of Christ, and the Way of Salvation thereby.
Chapter XVII: Other Evidences of Divine Wisdom in the Contrivance of the Work of Redemption in and by the Person of Christ, in Effects Evidencing a Condecency thereunto.
Chapter XVIII: The Nature of the Person of Christ, and the Hypostatical Union of his Natures Declared.
Chapter XIX: The Exaltation of Christ, with his Present State and Condition in Glory during the Continuance of his Mediatory Office.
Chapter XX: The Exercise of the Mediatory Office of Christ in Heaven.