THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD THE REDEEMER IN CHRIST, FIRST DISCLOSED TO THE FATHERS UNDER THE LAW, AND THEN TO US IN THE GOSPEL.
By the Fall and Revolt of Adam the Whole Human Race Was Delivered to the Curse, and Degenerated from Its Original Condition; the Doctrine of Original Sin.
Man Has Now Been Deprived of Freedom of Choice and Bound Over to Miserable Servitude.
Only Damnable Things Come Forth from Man's Corrupt Nature.
How God Works in Men's Hearts.
Refutation of the Objections Commonly Put Forward in Defense of Free Will.
Fallen Man Ought to Seek Redemption in Christ.
The Law Was Given, Not to Restrain the Folk of the Old Covenant Under Itself, but to Foster Hope of Salvation in Christ Until His Coming.
Explanation of the Moral Law (the Ten Commandments).
Christ, Although He Was Known to the Jews Under the Law, Was at Length Clearly Revealed Only in the Gospel.
The Similarity of the Old and New Testaments.
The Difference Between the Two Testaments.
Christ Had to Become Man in Order to Fulfill the Office of Mediator.
Christ Assumed the True Substance of Human Flesh.
How the Two Natures of the Mediator Make One Person.
To Know the Purpose for Which Christ Was Sent by the Father, and What He Conferred Upon Us, We Must Look Above All at Three Things in Him: the Prophetic Office, Kingship, and Priesthood.
How Christ Has Fulfilled the Function of Redeemer to Acquire Salvation for Us. Here, Also, His Death and Resurrection Are Discussed, as Well as His Ascent Into Heaven.
Christ Rightly and Properly Said to Have Merited God's Grace and Salvation for Us.
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