Institutes of the Christian Religion, Book 2

Institutes of the Christian Religion, Book 2

OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD THE REDEEMER, IN CHRIST, AS FIRST MANIFESTED TO THE FATHERS, UNDER THE LAW, AND THEREAFTER TO US UNDER THE GOSPEL.

Chapter 1

Through the fall and revolt of Adam, the whole human race made accursed and degenerate of original sin.

Chapter 2

Man now deprived of freedom of will, and miserably enslaved.

Chapter 3

Everything proceeding from the corrupt nature of man damnable.

Chapter 4

How God works in the hearts of men.

Chapter 5

The arguments usually alleged in support of free will refuted.

Chapter 6

Redemption for man lost to be sought in Christ.

Chapter 7

The law given, not to retain a people for itself, but to keep alive the hope of salvation in Christ until His advent.

Chapter 8

Exposition of the moral law.

Chapter 9

Christ, though known to the Jews under the law, yet only manifested under the Gospel.

Chapter 10

The resemblance between the Old Testament and the New.

Chapter 11

The difference between the two testaments.

Chapter 12

Christ, to perform the office of mediator, behoved to become man.

Chapter 13

Christ clothed with the true substance of human nature.

Chapter 14

How two natures constitute the person of the mediator.

Chapter 15

Three things briefly to be regarded in Christ--viz. His offices of prophet, king, and priest.

Chapter 16

How Christ performed the office of redeemer in procuring our salvation. The death, resurrection, and ascension of Christ.

Chapter 17

Christ rightly and properly said to have merited grace and salvation for us.