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ON THE SACRIFICE OF CHRIST.
PART I. ON THE NATURE AND DESIGN OF THE SACRIFICE
I. General Nature of Sacrifices
On the Origin of the Ancient Rite of Sacrifice
II. That it was a Symbolical Action
i. That Sacrifices had a designed Significancy
ii. The Sentiments signified by them.
The Priestly Function.
III. Application of the preceding Reasonings to the
Sacrifice of CHRIST
i. That the Ancient Sacrifices were intended to re-
present the Great Work for which the Messiah
1. Proofs from the Jewish Scriptures
2. Proofs from the New Testament
3. Argument from the Cessation of the Levitical
ii. That the Objects, of which the Ancient Sacrifices
were only declarative, were really effected by
the Sacrifice of Christ,
1. Manifestation of important truths respecting the
Perfections and Government of God .
2. That Jesus Christ sustained the Punishment of Sin
Yet not as personally criminal . .
3. The Sacrifice of Christ considered as a Satisfaction
to the public Honour of the Divine Government
The case absolutely peculiar
ON THE PROPER VALUE OF THE REDEEMER'S
I. The Person offering the Sacrifice in the capacity
II. The Subject of the Sacrifice
III. The Circumstance which confers its proper Value
on this Great Sacrifice
The Relation of the Sufferings of Christ to his
PART III. ON THE EFFICACY OF THE SACRIFICE OF CHRIST.
I. Removal of Obstructions to the Legal and Honour-
able Exercise of Divine Mercy
II. Foundation of the Overtures of Reconciliation in
IJI. Assurance of the Holiness and Happiness of all
who cordially acquiesce in this Method of Grace
This doctrine, the Centre of Christianity
ON THE PRIESTHOOD OF CHRIST.
I. Appellations of Jesus Christ, relating to this Office:-
Priest.-Great Priest.-High Priest.-- Messen-
ger.- Minister of the Sanctuary.—The Lord.
The Sanctifier. Brother. - Surety. — Medi-
runner.-Shepherd.—Son of God.—Accumula-
tion of Terms of Dignity.
II. Characteristic Properties of this Office :-
Sole. — Perfect. — Matured by Death. - Ever
valid.-Productive of the most glorious effects.-
The Gospel annunciation certified.--Reward to
the Saviour.-Reconciliation, (Expiation, Pro-
pitiation.)— Entitling to all blessings.-Render-
ing fit to be presented to the Infinite Majesty.-
Heaven saved from dishonour
Application to the case between man and God 132
Observations. i. On the Authority of the Epistle
to the Hebrews
ii. On the Error of regarding our Lord's Priesthood
iii. On the falsely called Rationalist System of Bible
iv. The Tendency of that System to Infidelity and
ON THE ATONEMENT MADE BY CHRIST.
The Divine Moral Government
The Spirit of the Moral Law
The Ten Commandments.
Ground and Reason
Nature and Distributions of Holiness
Nature and State of Sin.
The Essential Principle of Happiness
Happiness destroyed by Sin .
Law not susceptible of Relaxation.
Obligations to Obedience.
Disobedience ; its relation to the Deity
Effects of violated Obligation
The Justice of the Divine Government
Punishment, Natural and Positive
Depravity and Guilt of the Human Race
The Conceivable Results of the Moral Condition of Man 192
A Compensative and Mediatorial System
ON THE REDEMPTION EFFECTED BY CHRIST.
The Language of Scripture, analogical
Meaning of Terms
Equity, the fundamental Idea of all the Analogies 200
Twofold obligation of a sinful Creature
Subjugation to the Tyranny of superior depraved Spirits 204
Propriety of the Metaphors derived from cancelling a
Debt and paying a Ransom
SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS.
I. John David Michaelis on the Early Notions
II. Human Sacrifices
III. Socinian Views of the Sacrifice of Christ 220
IV. Origin of Sacrifices
V. Skins of Animals, immediately after the Fall,
converted into Clothing
VI. Heathen Notions of the Intention of Sacrifices 234
VII. Doctrine of the Pythagoræans and Platonists 237
VIII. Religious Instruction by the Levites
Winer's Description of the Levitical Sacrifices 240
IX. The Crowned Priest and King, in Zechariah , 255
X. Passages of the New Testament referring to
XI. Objections of Dr. Gesenius to the Christian
Interpretation of Isaiah liii.; and Replies to
XII. Five Translations of Isaiah liii.
XIII. The Philosophy of Causation, favourable to
the Christian Doctrine of Redemption 282
XIV. On the term Guilt, in imputation to Christ 284
XV. Evasion of Scriptural Language on the Suffer-
ings of Christ
XVI. On the term Satisfaction
XVII. On the term SAVIOUR .
XVIII. On the Socinian Assertion that Christ had to
offer for himself. .
XIX. On the words ETERNAL SPIRIT
XX. On the Reading and Interpretation of 1 Tim.
iii. 16 .
XXI. On the Doctrine of the Deity of Christ . 298
XXII. On the Extent of the Atonement.
XXIII. Sketch of the Coincidences and Differences
between Archbishop Magee's Work on
Atonement and Sacrifice, and the First of
these Discourses .
XXIV. Dr. John Ryland on the Reasonableness of
Christ's Mediation .
XXV. On the Authorship of the Epistle to the He-
XXVI. On the Connexion of the Ideas of Ransom
XXVII. Michaelis on the Peculiarity of our Lord's
The Original of the Passage at page xvi. 333
APPENDIX, referring to the Letters of Mr. Vance Smith 334