The Cause of God and Truth
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In this part of the work is considered the agreement of the sentiments of Mr. Hobbes and the Stoic philosophers with those of the Calvinists, in which the difference between them is observed, and the calumny removed ; to which is added, ...
Whether the Holy Spirit was in the men of the old world, since, as it is observed,*]} the words may be rendered, My Spirit shall not always strive in man ; and whether it may be concluded from hence, that the Spirit of God is in every ...
In answer to which, let it be observed, I. That it ought to be proved that God does passionately wish the spiritual and eternal welfare of all mankind ; or desires that every individual of human nature might have spiritual wisdom to ...
But let it be considered, I. That, admitting the words contain a wish and desire of God for the spiritual welfare and conversion of men, such a wish can only be ascribed to him in a figurative sense, as has been observed under the ...
... that it was primarily the counsel and will of God, that even they who would not turn, would not repent and accept of salvation, should believe and come to repentance, and be made partakers of it : " in which I observe, 1.
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The Cause of God and Truth: In Four Parts with a Vindication of Part IV
Limited preview - 2001