Edition, beyond the expression of thankfulness that this important subject is gradually attracting in this country the attention which it deserves. As it seems to me that the distinction between Psyche and Pneuma throws light on the subject of the Fatherhood of God, on which a discussion has arisen inS cotland since the First Edition of this work was published, I have added in an Appendix a few considerations which lead me to incline toD rC rawford sview of the General Fatherhood of God, and to differ from Dr Candlish, who maintains the Particular or Adoptive theory of the Fatherhood of God. On this, as on many other cognate questions. Sir William Hamilton sdictum seems applicable, that no question emerges inT heology which has not previously eiperged in Philosophy. The Psychology of Scripture throws light on its Theology. (Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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