ESSAY ON THE
SCRIPTURE DOCTRINE OF
ATONEMENT:
SHOWING
ITS NATURE, ITS NECESSITY, AND
ITS EXTENT

By CALEB BURGE, A.M.

  TABLE OF CONTENTS

PREFACE

CHAPTER I: THE SUBJECT INTRODUCED

CHAPTER II: SOME OBSTACLES POINTED OUT, WHICH STOOD IN THE WAY OF GOD'S PARDONING SINNERS WITHOUT AN ATONEMENT

CHAPTER III: WHETHER THE SUFFERINGS OF CHRIST WERE SUFFICIENT TO REMOVE THE OBSTACLES WHICH STOOD IN THE WAY OF THE PARDON OF SINNERS

CHAPTER IV: WHETHER THE OBEDIENCE OF CHRIST CONSTITUTES ANY PART OF THE ATONEMENT.

CHAPTER V: FULL ATONEMENT, AND SALVATION WHOLLY BY GRACE, CONSISTENT WITH EACH OTHER.

CHAPTER VI: ANSWER TO AN OBJECTION; IN WHICH IT IS SHOWN IN WHAT SENSE CHRIST DIED IN THE ROOM AND STEAD OF SINNERS; THAT HIS SUFFERINGS WERE NOT PUNITIVE, ETC.

CHAPTER VII: AN INQUIRY CONCERNING IMPUTATION.

CHAPTER VIII: REASONS WHY FAITH IN THE BLOOD OF CHRIST IS NECESSARY, IN ORDER THAT SINNERS MAY BE JUSTIFIED.

CONCLUSION

APPENDIX: REMARKS ON THE DOCTRINE OF UNIVERSAL SALVATION.

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