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Of the works of God; and first, of those that are internal and immanent.....
Of the persons to whom the benefits of Christ's offices do belong
Of the sacraments of the new covenant in particular; a holy right whereunto is
the fourth.privilege of believers
Of the communion of saints, the fifth privilege of believers.
Of particular churches.
Of the last privilege of believers, being the door of entrance into glory....... 37
ΘΕΟΜΑΧΙΑ ΑΥΤΕΞΟΥΣΙΑΣΤΙΚΗ :
OR A DISPLAY OF ARMINIANISM.
The Epistle Dedicatory....
To the Christian Reader....
Of the two main ends aimed at by the Arminians, by their innovations in the
received doctrine of the reformed churches.
Of the eternity and immutability of the decrees of Almighty God, denied and
overthrown by the Arminians..
Of the prescience or foreknowledge of God, and how it is questioned and over-
thrown by the Arminians
Of the providence of God in governing the world diversly, thrust from this pre-
eminence by the Arminian idol of free-will...
Whether the will and purpose of God may be resisted, and he be frustrate of
How the whole doctrine of predestination is corrupted by the Arminians..... 103
Of original sin, and the corruption of nature.
Of the state of Adam before the fall, or of original righteousness
Of the death of Christ, and of the efficacy of his merits..
Whether salvation may be attained without the knowledge of, or faith in, Christ
Of free-will, the nature and power thereof.
Of the power of free-will, in preparing us for our conversion unto God........ 188
Of our conversion to God.
SALUS ELECTORUM, SANGUIS JESU: OR THE DEATH OF DEATH
IN THE DEATH OF CHRIST.
The Epistle Dedicatory.
Two Attestations touching the ensuing treatise.
To the Reader....
of the end of the death of Christ in general, what it is, and how in the Scrip-
ture proposed, as in the intention of Father and Son. The several particu-
lars whereinto that general end is branched: laid down severally from the
word. The opposition made by some hereunto, because as so proposed it is
destructive to universal redemption..
The nature of an end and a means. Their reference and relation to one another,
set out by reason and examples. Sundry distinctions about the end of any
thing. As also concerning the means conducing to an end. An application
of those distinctions to the present business
of the agent in the great work of redemption. The blessed Trinity, in it the
several persons considered working distinctly. I. The act of the Father, first, in
sending of his Son, imposing his office on him : 1. In bis eternal counsel. 2.
In actual admission of him thereunto by several acts according to liis pre-engaged
proniise. Secondly, Furnishing him with a plenitude of gifts and graces for
his work. Of the fulness that was in Christ; the divers kinds of it. Thirdly,
Entering into covenant and compact with him; that compact declared from the
word in the several branches and particulars thereof. II. Laying on bim the
punishment due to sin; how that was done, and wherein it consisted. Dilem-
ma to universalists....