Prose Volume 4

Prose Volume 4

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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. 1875 edition. Excerpt: ...itself in preventing exertions, and in working so heroically as none have beforehand in the neglect of its ordinary method any reason to expect," Letter, p. 138. Now look back upon the supposititious answer, "to whom God makes no overtures at all: " then compare Mr. Howe's words, " in the neglect of its ordinary methods;" and now let any man judge of the honesty of such an adversary. For how can they be said to neglect God's ordinary methods to whom He makes no overtures at all? Nor is the second scheme of Its question and answer which immediately follows any whit better, but guilty of as perfect forgery as the first, and so ill contriv'd, that it neither agrees with the former, nor with the Book, though pretending to be a true copy. And an instance it is of the same fraud to feign, pp. 119, 120, that Mr. Howe in his Letter hath, abstractly from the more fit course that God hath taken, "determin'd the unfitness of God's giving grace and salvation to all men." All that Mr. Howe hath said therein amounts only to assert the course which is not taken to be less fit, aDd that God doth, from the perfect rectitude of His own nature, take that course that was to be taken most wisely, and do that which was most congruous and fit to be done, Letter, p. 149. What can better become us than to judge so of the waies that God hath pitched upon, and wherein we have God's own choice to precede and be a guide to our judgment? I shall conclude this article with Its quotation, p. 44. out of Dr. Manton's Comment on James i. 13. p. 101, as if that learned divine had affirmed the disputed predetermination by those words. "Many who grant prescience, deny preordination," (viz. quoth The Discourse, the decree more

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  • Paperback | 118 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 227g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236500032
  • 9781236500038