Historic Proof of the Doctrinal Calvinism of the Church of England; Including, Among Other Particulars, I. a Brief Account of Some Eminent Persons, Famous for Their Adoption of That System, Both Before and Since the Volume N . 1

Historic Proof of the Doctrinal Calvinism of the Church of England; Including, Among Other Particulars, I. a Brief Account of Some Eminent Persons, Famous for Their Adoption of That System, Both Before and Since the Volume N . 1

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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. 1774 edition. Excerpt: ...Vide Hzjt. o' AnIigmUniwrss Oaon.L.1, p. 82. V is a Grace freely given: for the Divine Will is Grace. " And Grace is then said to be infused, when the Divine V Will begins to operate on our Will (m)." vr! The Humility of this great and good Man is evident from what he says in one of his Epifiles, written while he was Arch-deacon of Leice/ler. V Nothing that occurs in' V your Letters, ought to give me more Pain, than your V styling me, a Person invested with Autharity, and endued V with Brightness of Knowledge. So far am I frombeing V of your Opinion, that I feel myself, unfit even to be a' V Disciple to a Man of Authority; and perceive myself faciat. Aversionem igitur Voluatatis imalo, 8; Conversionem' 1' ad bonum, &Perseverantiani inbono, Ipse facit.--_Bonz U autem Voluntas, qui esi Homo conformis voluntatiDivine, ll est Gratia datai Gratia qua: efl Voluntas Divina: 8: time dj" citur Gratia infundi, cfim Voluntas Divina innostram V_qlu_n.._ V, tatem incipit operari." GROSTHEAD, De Grat. &Fjustjjz 1.. Faseit. Rer. Vol. 2. p. 282.., (nj V Nihil autem, in Literis vestris, mihi magis debet esse ma. V lestum, quim quod dixistis, quocunque Animo illud dixeritis, 'U me Wrum Autoritate is' Srientire Claritate pra-dilute', Ctsilm ' adhuc ad Discipulazum Viri authentici me sentiam minssfis ido. " neumsi, 8: innumerabiliumj sciendorum lgnorantiae Tenebris per, 3' fusum. Qiod fi aliquid horum efset in me, Ille solus ex his t' 3 j' laudandns, "i Way soever God may declare His Will, his after-a A' Discoveries of it in Time; flill, His Dmrrhiiiativrtct," " concerning the Event, took Place before the World e' was made: ergfi, the Event will surely follow. " Necellity, therefore, of the Antecedent, holds no...show more

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  • Paperback | 28 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 68g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236549155
  • 9781236549150