The Cause of God and Truth
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... in which the difference between them is observed, and the calumny removed ; to which is added, a Defence of the Objections to the Universal Scheme, taken from the prescience and the providence of God, and the case of the Heathens.
Sec. v. Of the Freedom of the Will of Man vi. Of the Perseverance of the Saints 183 198 Sec. Page vii. Of the Prescience and Providence of God 202 ▽III. The state and case of the Heathens 209 The Introduction ...
... love such as love them, live inoffensively in the world, appear outwardly righteous before men, and do many things which have the show of moral good, as did the heathen and publicans, and the apostle Paul before conversion. 4.
... gathering out the stones, casting the heathen out, and driving Canaanites before them ; planting it with the choicest vine, such having fallen in the wilderness who murmured and rebelled against God ; building a tower in it, ...
216; believe that Christ died for them ; it follows that no such absurdity can attend the denial of universal redemption, that some more are bound to believe a lie ; nor will it be the condemnation of the heathens that they believe not ...