The Cause of God and Truth
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... they have maintained, they are no proofs nor instances of the final and total apostasy of real saints. If it should be said, that those who are here called the salt of the earth, were the disciples of Christ, and therefore good men, ...
... doctrines of the Gospel, and some to such a degree as to be able to preach them unto others, and yet entirely destitute of the grace of God ; and when such fall away, they are no proofs nor instances of the apostasy of real saints.
... to do in religious affairs especially, nothing is more abominable to God ; and, in short, may be expressive of an entire departure and total apostasy from the faith, not from true saving faith, but from a mere pro- * Whitby, p.
Nor can these words be thought to be a proof and instance of the final and total apostasy of real saints, since there is not anything said of these false teachers, which gives any reason to believe that they were true believers in ...
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