The Cause of God and Truth
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67 OP REDEMPTION. i. Matt. xx. 28 . . 98 Ii. John x. 15 99 m. John xvii. 9 □ . 100 I. Enhes- i 19, 20 . 105 11. 2 Cor. v. 17 . 106 in. John iii. 5 107 iv, Ephes- ii. 1 . 107 v. 1 Cor. ii. 14 108 vi. 2 Cor. iii 5 . 108 vii. John xv.
John Gill. i. Of Reprobation . 149 H. Of Election . 158 in. Of Redemption . 163 iv. Of Efficacious Grace 178\ TABLE OF THE SCRIPTURES EXPLAINED IN THIS WORK. PART. III. Sec. v. Of the Freedom of the Will of Man vi.
These passionate wishes also, supposing the doctrine of particular redemption, are said to represent^ God as full of guile, deceit, insincerity, dissimulation, and hypocrisy ; to which I answer, 1. The doctrine of particular redemption ...
These words were made use of to contradict the doctrines of absolute election, particular redemption, and unfrustrable grace m conversion ; it is intimated,! that, on supposition of these doctrines, they would represent the God of ...
... ticular redemption ; and as proving that men ! have a sufficiency of ability to do what God wishes they would do. But let it be considered, I. That, admitting the words contain a wish and desire of God for the spiritual welfare and ...