From the Preface to the Sixth Edition.
Preface to the Seventh Edition.
Part First. The Idea of Sinlessness.
Chapter I. Of Sin.
Chapter II. Of Sinlessness.
Part Second. The Sinless Holiness of Christ.
Chapter I. Testimony to the Sinlessness of Christ.
Sec. 1.—By Others.
Sec. 2—The Testimony of Jesus to Himself.
Chapter II. The Sinlessness of Christ Proved from the Effects Produced by His Manifestation.
Sec. 1.—The New Life of Christianity in its Moral and Religious Aspects.
Sec. 2.—Morality and Religion united in Holiness.
Sec. 3—These Effects caused not by an Idea, but by an Actual Person.
Part Third. Objections.
Chapter I. Arguments Against the Actual Sinlessness of Jesus.
Sec. 1—The Development of the Person of Jesus.
Sec. 2.—The Development of the Messianic Plan.
Sec. 3.—The Temptation.
Sec. 4.—Other Acts and Expressions of Jesus, as Arguments against His Sinlessness.
Chapter II. Arguments Against the Possibility of Sinlessness in General.
Sec. 1.—Arguments drawn from Experience.
Sec. 2.—Arguments drawn from the Nature of the Moral Idea.
Part Fourth. Inferences from the Foregoing Facts and Arguments.
Chapter I. Significance of Sinlessness with Respect to the Person of Christ.
Sec. 1.—The Human Nature of Jesus.
Sec. 2.—Inferences in respect to the Divine Nature of Jesus.
Chapter II. Significance of the Sinlessness of Jesus with Respect to His Relation to Mankind.
Sec. 1.—The Sinless Jesus as the personal Revelation of God.
Sec. 2. The Sinless Jesus as the Mediator between God and Sinful Man.
Sec. 3.—The Holy Jesus as the Founder of the True Fellowship of Men.
Sec. 4.—The Sinless Jesus as the Pledge of Eternal Life.
I. The History and Literatue of the Subject.
II. The Different Views Held with Respect to the Temptation.
Chapter I. Explanation of the Details.
Chapter II. General View of the History of the Temptation.
Sec. 1. Explanations which represent the whole Narrative as a mere Product of Thought.
Sec. 2.—Explanations which recognise a Historical Basis of the Narrative.
I. Passages of Scripture Illustrated or Explained.
II. Subjects and Authors.
Index of Scripture References
Greek Words and Phrases
Latin Words and Phrases
Index of Pages of the Print Edition