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The end of the death of Christ in respect of himself, his own exaltation not meri-
toriously procured by it. The end of it in respect of his Father: not that
The sixth argument against universal redemption : Christ in dying for men a
surety. The nature of a surety. Satisfaction attends suretiship. The inten-
Digression about the satisfaction of Christ. The occasion of it. The ground
of a great error in this business : God's eternal unchangeable love not incon-
Entrance into general answers to arguments for universal redemption : the
ground of the whole mistake. Fundamental principles as to this business
1 John ii. 1, 2 considered ; the argument of our adversaries from this place.
A brief answer to it. Three things considerable about this text; this epistle
written to the Jews, proved by sundry reasons. The aim of the apostle in
this place what it is. Of the word propitiation; what in the original, and
whence derived. Of that phrase the whole world ; terms equivalent there-
unto, how to be understood ; reasons to prove that particularity of redemp-
tion from this text; exceptions removed. John vi. 5. 1 considered. 2 Cor. v.
19. Exceptions of Thomas More refuted. John i. 9. opened. John i. 29. ex-
plained. John üi. 18. iv. 47. 1 John iv. 14. Answer to the first argument
The second general argument of our opposers: the places by them urged.
1 Tim, ji. 4. 6. considered. Objection from thence answered. Who meant