In this work by Sir Robert Anderson (Entail of the Covenant), Anderson examines the salvation of children. He touches on the Calvinist-Reformed concepts.
THE lawyer will understand the title of this book, and the sub-title will indicate its meaning to the layman. “The Entail of the Covenant” is a phrase which enshrines a great truth; and the author of it, whoever he be, deserves our gratitude.
The question may suggest itself to some, why the important matter of the Appendix was not incorporated in the text. It is due to the fact that the publication of the book has been delayed on account of the war; and in the interval during which these pages were in type it was pressed upon me that a somewhat fuller treatment of their secondary subject was desirable. And having to choose between recasting several chapters, or relegating the new matter to an Appendix, I adopted the latter alternative.
See also Wikipedia.org Life of Sir Robert Anderson
Works of Robert Anderson
- Anderson Robert – The Silence of God Theodicy
- Anderson Sir Robert – A Doubter’s Doubts about Science and Religion
- Anderson-Works of Sir Robert Anderson
- Anderson, Sir Robert – Bible or the Church
- Anderson, Sir Robert – Daniel in the Critics Den
- Anderson, Sir Robert – Entail of the Covenant
- Anderson, Sir Robert – Forgotten Truths
Sir Robert Anderson Library
|Date:||September 30, 2015|
In this work by Anderson, he discusses what happens after death. He speaks of the eternal hope of the believer, Salvator Mundi, the restitution of all things, the wider hope, he answers the question of what is life, then examines eternal life in Christ. He debunks annihilation and explores conditional immortality.
Chapter 1 After Death What
Chapter 2 Eternal Hope
Chapter 3 Salvator Mundi
Chapter 4 The Restitution of All Things
Chapter 5 The Wider Hope
Chapter 6 What Is Life
Chapter 7 Eternal Life In Christ
Chapter 8 Annihilation
Chapter 9 Conditional Immortality
Chapter 10 The Question Restated
Chapter 11 The Question Discussed
Chapter 12 The Question Answered
|Date:||March 8, 2016|