The Cause of God and Truth
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The Third Part was published in 1737, and is a confutation of the arguments from reason used by the Arminians, and particularly by Dr. Whitby, against the above doctrines ; and a vindication of such as proceed on rational accounts in ...
The Fourth Part was published in 1738, in which the sense of the ancient writers of the Christian Church, before the times of Austin, is given ; the importance and consequence of which is shown, and that the Arminians have very little ...
... when I have spared him an hundred and twenty years more." This sense of the words much obtains among learned men. § And if either of these senses be received, the reasonings of the Arminians from these words, in favour of any branch ...
Nor can they ever die, in the Arminian sense of the phrase here used; for they are justified by Christ's righteousness from all their sins, and therefore shall not die in them ; they live by faith on it, and shall never die the second ...
... often would I have gathered thy children together, even as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings, and ye would not ! — Matt, xxiii. 37. Nothing is more common in the mouths and writings of the Arminians than this Scripture ...
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The Cause of God and Truth: In Four Parts with a Vindication of Part IV
Limited preview - 2001