The Presbyterian Quarterly Review Volume 3

The Presbyterian Quarterly Review Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1855 edition. Excerpt: ...Of Erskine Mason, D. D. 252 IV. Dr. Hill's Sketches. Rev. James Turner. 270 V. The General Assembly Of 1854. 278 Minutes of the General Assembly. VI. Literary And Theological Intelligence. I. England. 329 II. Germany. 333 III. France. 336 VII. Notices Of New Books. I. Dr. Skinner's Translation of Vinet's Homiletics. 338 II. Dr. Wood. Shoulder to the Wheel of Progress. ib. III. Mr. Howe. Oriental and Sacred Scenes. 339 IV. Mr. Bryant. Attractions of the World to Come. ib. V. Dr. Kane. Arctic Expedition. 340 VI. Beauchesne's Louis XVII. ib. VII. Sir Hudson Lowe. St. Helena. 341 VIII. Dr. Kip. Catacombs of Rome. ib. IX. Works on Russia and Turkey. 343 X. Dr. Spencer. Atomic Theory of Vital Heat, 345 XI. Recent Works of the American Tract Society. 347 XII. Confederation of Young Men's Christian Associations. 349 XIII. Governor Bigler's Address at the House of Refuge. 350 XIV. Rev. Theodore Spencer. Conversion. ib. XV. Curzon's Armenia. 351 XVI. Ferris' Utah and the Mormons. ib. AKTICLE L 1. Old and New Theology. By Rev. James Wood. Presbyterian Board of Publication. 2. Old and New Schools. By Rev. N. L. Rice, D. D. Cincinnati. 3. Institutes of Theology. By Rev. Thomas Chalmers, D. D. 4. Discourses and Sayings of our Lord. By Rev. John Brown, D. D. Professor of Exegetical Theology to the United Presbyterian Church, Scotland. 5. Exposition of the Epistle to the Galatians. By Rev. John Brown, D. D. Professor of Exegetical Theology to the United Presbyterian Church, Scotland. In our last Article, in review of these books, we discussed the views of Presbyterians in America and Scotland on the subjects of Imputation and Original Sin. Our next inquiry relates to the doctrine of Justification. Dr. Rice very properly remarks, "that no more

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