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THE REDEMPTION OF MAN.

DISCUSSIONS BEARING ON THE ATONEMENT.

By D. W. SIMON, Ph.d. (tub.),

PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY, CONGREGATIONAL THEOLOGICAL HALL, EDINBURGH; AUTHOR OF 'THE BIBLE, AN OUTGROWTH OF THEOCRATIC LIFE.'

CONTENTS :—Introduction. Chap. I. The Atonement and the Kingdom of God. II. The Constitution of Humanity. III. Relations of Man to God. IV. Hebrew Sin-Offerings. with Ethnic Parallels. V. The Anger of God. VI. Forgiveness of Sin. VII. Passio Christi. VIII. The Passion of Christ and the Passion of Man. IX. The Atonement and Prayer: an 'Argumcntum ad Hominem.' X. The Historical Influence of the Death of Christ.

Principal Fairbairn, Mansfield College. writes-' I wish to say how stimulating ;ind helpful I have found your book. Its criticism is constructive as well as incisive. while its point of view is elevated and commanding. It made me feel quite vividly how superficial most of the recent discussions on the Atonement have Ijoon.': t

'A thoughtful, able, and learnod discussion. . . . The author is full of his subject. and handles the literature of it with the facility which conies of sound and laborious application of his mind to it. There is no student of theology who would not be iK'nefited by a careful and respectful study of this volume.'—Literary Churchman.

'A book of interest and importance. . . . Dr. Simon throws his heart into his work, and his book is wanned throughout by deep feeling. ... It is elaborated by Dr. Simon with singular power. Oxford undergraduates, reading for the theological school, will find themselves unable to neglect this work.'-Saturday Review. ,

'Dr. Simon has produced a series of discussions of great value. vigorous, comprehensive in their grasp. philosophical in tone, and rich in theological scholarship. It is lucidly written, and is full of suggestive force.'—Baptist Magazine.

'Possesses merits which are likely to give it high rank among modern discussions on the atonement. . . . We most heartily commend to our readers this vigorous, thoughtful, and devout volume.'-Literary World. i

BY THE SAME AUTHOR.

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THE BIBLE

AN OUTGROWTH OF THEOCRATIC LIFE.

'A more valuable and suggestive book has not recently come into our hands.'British Quarterly Review.

'This book will well repay perusal. It contains a great deal of learning as well as ingenuity, and the style is clear.'—Guardian.

'A book of absorbing interest, and well worthy of study.'—Methodist New Connexion Magazine.

'Dr. Simon's little book is worthy of the most careful attention.'-Baptist.

'We have read the book with much appreciation. and heartily commend it to all interested in the subject with which it deals.'—Scottish Congregationalism

Dr. John Brown, of Bodford, writos—41 feci sure that such of your readers as may make acquaintance with it, will bo as grateful for its valuable help as I have been myself.'

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THE PROPHECIES OF ISAIAH.

Expounded By Dr. C. VON ORELLT, Basel,

AUTHOR OF 'old Testament Prophecy,' Etc. Translated By Rev. J. S. BANKS, Headingley College, Leeds. 'The charncteristies of thin admirable commentary are brevity, separation of the morn grammatical from the more expository notes, and general orthodoxy combined with firstrate scholarship.'—The Record.

This volume will bo specially welcome to students who have come to appreciate the author's other valuable works on prophecy and the prophetical books of the Old Testament. . . Characterized by consummate ability throughout, this work will undoubtedly take high rank among the'expositions of the "Evangelical Prophet."'— The Christian.

The book is a very valuable one to the student of tho Hebrew text; but even the general reader cannot fail to derive interest and profit from an attentive study of it.'— Ecclesiastical Gazette.

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THE PROPHECIES OF JEREMIAH.

Translated By Rev. J. S. BANKS, Headingley College, Leeds.
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THE OLD TESTAMENT PROPHECY OF THE
CONSUMMATION OF GOD'S KINGDOM.

Traced in its Historical Deuelopment.

Translated By Rev. J. S. BANKS, Headingley College, Leeds.

'A valuable contribution to the methodology of Scripture interpretation.'-British Quarterly Review.

1 Cannot fail to be regarded as a standard work upon the subject of Old Testament prophecy.'—Sword and Troiccl.

1 We have enjoyed this book very much ... it is full of information, and is clear and lucid in style.'—The Rock.

'An unusually interesting work for the critical student ... it possesses that intrinsic quality which commands attention and inquiry such as scholars delight in.'—Clergyman's Magazine.

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THE BOOK OF PSALMS.

The Structural Connection of the Booh of Psalms both in single Psalms and in the Psalter as an organic whole. By JOHN FORBES, D.D.,

PROFESSOR OF ORIENTAL LANGUAGES, ABERDEEN.

'One cannot but admire the keenness of insight and deftness of handling with which thought is balanctd against thought, line against line, stanza against stanza, poem against poem. Only long familiarity and loving research could have given such skill and ease of movement. ... A more suggestive, able. and original biblical monograph has not appeared recently, the contents and purport of which commend themselves more powerfully to believers in the Christian revelation and tho inspiration of the Scriptures.'— British and Foreign Evangelical Review.

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THE PROPHECIES OF ISAIAH.

Expounded By Dr. C. VON ORELLT, Easel,

AUTHOR OF 'OLD TESTAMENT PROPHECY,' ETC.

Translated By Rev. J. S. BANKS, Headingley College, Leeds.

'The characteristics of this admirable commentary are brevity, separation of the more grammatical from the more expository notes, and general orthodoxy combined with firstrate scholarship.'—The Record.

'This volume will be specially welcome to students who have come to appreciate the author's other valuable works on prophecy and the prophetical books of the Old Testament . . Characterized by consummate ability throughout, this work will undoubtedly take high rank among tho'expositions of the "Evangelical Prophet.'"-The Christian.

The book Ib a very valuable one to the student of the Hebrew text; but even the general reader cannot fail to derive interest and profit from an attentive study of it.'— Ecclesiastical Gazette.

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THE PROPHECIES OF JEREMIAH.

Translated By Rev. J. S. RANKS, Headingley College, Leeds.
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THE OLD TESTAMENT PROPHECY OF THE
CONSUMMATION OF GOD'S KINGDOM.

Traced in its Historical Development

Translated By Rev. J. S. BANKS, Headingley College, Leeds.

'A valuable contribution to the methodology of Scripture interpretation.'—British Quarterly Review.

'Cannot fail to be regarded as a standard work upon the subject of Old Testament prophecy.'—Sword and trowel.

'We have enjoyed this book very much ... it is full of information, and is clear and lucid in style.'—The Rock.

'An unusually interesting work for the critical student ... it possesses that intrinsic quality which commands attention and inquiry such as scholars delight in.'-Clergyman's Magazine.

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THE BOOK OF PSALMS.

The Structural Connection of the Booh of Psalms both in single Psalms and in the Psalter as an organic whole.

By JOHN FORBES, D.D.,

TROFESSOR OF ORIENTAL LANGUAGES, ABERDEEN.

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