Animadversions Upon a Treatise Intitled Gods Love to Mankind

Animadversions Upon a Treatise Intitled Gods Love to Mankind

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1641 edition. Excerpt: ...put it before or after, it neither way maketh God the principal cause of sinne: which is clear in non-elect angels, in whom Reprobation considered before the fall is by no judiciousy Divine conceived to make God the cause of their sinne. But he goeth about to prove that absolute Reprobation maketh God the Authour of sinne, because some defenders thereof fay two things from whenceshe thinketh) it may No man holdeth that God brought Adams ' C Ram. 5.! 2.' Wifd. 244. brought tute peccatiquodaammzfit. And a little gster;" Ncgare non pofflsiumm ex ruoluntatefola Dez con ' stitutum ntgmtia originalis traducerctqr 173. or decree, That if a noble man become a traitour, he with all his posteritie shall be tainted in bloud, and stripped of the priviledges of nobilitie, is not the cause-either of the fathers treason or of the chil. dren be entangled in his sinne and guilt one5 same grounds rejected by al Divines: and ' therefore it needeth no particular answer. And when he goeth about by testimonies of Scripture to prove it, that they are not guiltie of their Parents finnes, he maketh. went about to overthrow theimputation of' Adams sinne unto his posterity, and the derivation os his corruption z but for their pains they were held and r condemned as hereticks. side Bellarrmdeamiffl Grat. 1ih.4. God the principal cause ofsinne, because the patrones thereof hold, That God hath intmutahly decreed to leave the greatest part of mankind in this impotent condition irreeoverahly, and to afford them no fitffiticnt power to make them rzfl-out offinne: and this decree he executeth in time, and hath thefle he doth out of strants, do notwithstanding detest and coufute that blasphemous errour, That God is the cause of sinne. Neither do I now speak this of...
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  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236526821
  • 9781236526823