THE ATONEMENT

By ALBERT BARNES

1860 "There may be beings in the universe whose capacities, and knowledge, and views may be so extensive as that the whole Christian dispensation may to them appear natural, i.e. analogous and conformable to God's dealings with other parts of his creation; as natural as the visible course of things appears to us." - Butler's Analogy

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • DEDICATION 
  • CHAPTER I: PRESUMPTIVE OBJECTIONS TO THE DOCTRINE OF THE ATONEMENT 
  • CHAPTER II: DIFFICULTIES ON THE SUBJECT OF PARDON 
  • CHAPTER III: EMBARRASSMENTS IN A HUMAN GOVERNMENT FROM THE WANT OF AN ATONEMENT 
  • CHAPTER IV: THE OBJECTS TO BE SECURED BY AN ATONEMENT 
  • CHAPTER V: PROBABILITIES THAT AN ATONEMENT WILL BE PROVIDED IN THE DIVINE GOVERNMENT, OR GROUNDS OF PRESUMPTION THAT SOME ARRANGEMENT WILL BE MADE TO MEET AND REMOVE THE DIFFICULTIES IN THE WAY OF PARDON 
  • CHAPTER VI: NECESSITY OF AN ATONEMENT 
  • CHAPTER VII: THE NATURE OF THE ATONEMENT 
  • CHAPTER VIII: CONFIRMATION OF THESE VIEWS OF THE NATURE OF THE ATONEMENT FROM THE BIBLE 
  • CHAPTER IX: THE EXTENT OF THE ATONEMENT

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