S. Austin and His Place in the History of Christian Thought

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CUP Archive, 1886 - Electronic book
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Contents

INTRODUCTION
3
The extraordinary influence he has exercised
15
TRUTH AND THE POSSIBILITY OF ATTAINING
19
PAGE
26
CONTRAST WITH OTHER THINKERS ANCIENT AND MODERN
36
THE ORIGIN OF EVIL AND THE PUNISHMENT OF
45
THE ORIGIN OF Evil
54
THE PUNISHMENT OF SIN
61
The Interpretation of Authority
165
The conditions for apprehending Bible Truth
166
Excursus E CONTINENCE IN MARRIED LIFE
168
Excursus F THE FREEDOM OF THE WILL
171
S Austins originality
174
The asserted modification of his views
175
Ercursus G THE INFLUENCE OF S AUSTIN ON THE ENGLISH CHURCH 117
177
Its duration
178

HUMAN FREEDOM AND THE DIVINE WILL
77
Pessimism
86
The effects of the defect of the mutable will
97
DIVINE OMNIPOTENCE
102
THE KINGDOM OF GOD AND THE MEANS OF GRACE
111
THE DonatisT CONTROVERSY
120
Contrast with more modern schools of ought
129
Excursus A S AUSTIN AND THE OBSERVATION OF NATURE
137
S AUSTINS KNOWLEDGE OF GREEK
154
How is a conflict between Reason and Authority possible?
157
Opinion
162
The Prayer Book and Articles
180
The BrownistsGyffard
184
The Penal Laws against Dissenters
189
Passive Obedience
192
His popular influence in the Seventeenth Century
195
The Eighteenth Century
196
His Eucharistic Doctrine
197
by a Divine of the University of Cambridge London 1739
199
Excursus H The Chronology of S Austins Life
277
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