Originally compiled in 1859, this book is a collection of Nathaniel Taylor's lectures considering the moral government of God. The moral government of god was the great thought of Dr. Taylor's intellect, and the favourite theme of his instructons in theology; to vindicate the ways of God to man, was the object to which all Dr Taylor's energies were consecrated. This collection presents a complete and connected view of all that he wrote on this fundamental topic in theology, and to the lectures on moral government have been appended other essays and lectures on subjects that are naturally connected with this.
Section 1: What is a Perfect Moral Government? Or, Moral Government in the Abstract. Lecture 1. Lecture 2. Lecture 3. Lecture 4. Lecutre 5. Lecture 6. Lecture 7. Lecture 8. Section 2: The Moran Government of God as Known by the Light of Nature. Lecure 1. Lecture 2. Lecture 3. Lecture 4. Lecture 5. Lecture 6. Lecture 7. Lecture 8. Lecture 9. Lecture 10. Lecture 11. Lecture 12. Lecture 13. Lecture 14.