The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 5
Twelve Lectures on the Religious Errors of the Times, and the Truth Necessary to be Believed for Salvation
Twelve Lectures on the Religious Errors of the Times, and the Truth Necessary to be Believed for Salvation.
Titles of the Lectures.
I.—The Bible: what it is, and how to interpret it.
II.—Human Nature essentially Mortal, as proved by Nature and Revelation.
III.—The Dead unconscious till the Resurrection, and consequent error of popular belief of Heaven anil Hell.
IV.—Immortality a conditional gift to be bestovred at the Resurrection.
V.—God, Angels, Jesus Christ and the Crucifixion.
VI.—The Kingdom of God not yet in existence, but to be established visibly on the Earth in a future day.
VII.—The Kingdom of God in its relation to Human Redemption.
VIII.—Christ the Future Xing of the World.
IX.—The Second Coming of Christ the only Christian Hope.
X.—The Hope of Israel, or the Restoration of the Jews, in its connection with the Christian Hope.
XI—Coming Troubles and the Second Advent.
XII.—Refuge from the Storm; or, what shall we do to be saved?
With an Appendix on
The Popular Doctrine of the Devil.
The Doctrine of Election.
The Promises made unto the Fathers, and
The Things of the Name.
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