an antidote against arminianism. by Christopher Ness. or. A Treatise to Enervate and Confute All The Five Points Of it;. Viz.: Predestination Grounded upon. Recommended by John Owen, John Gill, and Augustus Toplady. An easy-to-read but devastating critique of the Arminian heresy. A treatise to refute all five. An easy to read, but totally devastating attack against the heresy of Arminianism. Recommended reading by John Owen, John Gill, and Augustus Toplady.
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How can it be safely said that God ever intended the salvation of any others, but those who are, or shall be, effectually saved? New qualities and operations are created in us; the will to will well, and the power to do well, are ascribed to this creating almighty power in the effectual conversion of souls to God.
Antidote Against Arminianism by Christopher Ness
He cannot againt a debtor to many any other way than as He makes Himself a debtor of His own good pleasure. If he did not, then he did not die for all their sins. The third argument is taken from God the Holy Ghost, in His agaist love. Vaughn marked it as to-read May 19, Christ was chosen as the Head, and we as His members; therefore are we said to be given to Christ. This grace differs not from glory in kind, but only in degree; grace is glory militant, as glory is grace triumphant.
A few Texts of Scripture explained: Bless God for raising thee up from thy death of sin, and healing thy blindness, and not others!
Surely, had there been an internal principle in us toward this great work, or any free-will in us to good, Paul would not have used those gradations, nor such emphatical, significant expressions. Of Arminianism in General.
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The justice of God anfidote not be measured by the standard of our reason; what is this but speaking wickedly for God, and talking deceitfully for Him Job Now why this picking and choosing, this armnianism and rejecting; eldest at one time, youngest at another time, and middlemost at a third time?
William Twisse Providence by William S. God honours our sealing to His truth by His sealing with His Spirit; as the earnest makes the bargain, so the seal ratifies and confirms it.
This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above is co-owned by the institutions providing financial support to the Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership. Shall we say that the lot of the apostleship fell to Matthias by chance Ac 1: That there is no free-will to good in the fallen estate, is proved from the Fall itself; if man, in the Fall, lost his free-will to good, then it cannot be found in the fallen estate.
Satan cannot; for that wicked one cannot touch them with any of his deadly touches 1Jo 5: But, O my soul, if truths so bright Should dazzle and confound thy sight, Yet still His written antifote obey, And wait the great decisive day!
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God did not thrust Adam into his sin, as, after he had willingly sinned, He thrust him out of Paradise. That which opposes the attributes of God ought not to be received; and universal redemption doth so.
As a sinking ship, the more agaknst is laden with gold the deeper it sinks; so men, the more they are laden with gifts without grace the deeper they sink into hell.
An Antidote Against Arminianism by Rev. Christopher Ness (1621-1705)
Thereby are all the members of Christ united unto their Head. Though thousand snares enclose his feet, Not one shall hold him fast; Whatever dangers he may meet, He shall get safe at last.
It is true He died for enemies Romans 5: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Till then we are dead, and have no free-will to good. When I had completed this short antidotw I showed it to Dr. The third reason is taken from Christ.
Antidote Against Arminianism
And this goes beyond the two former similitudes; a servant may be at liberty when his time is expired; a subject may change his earthly sovereign by removing out of his native country; yet a son cannot change his father, and he abides in the house for ever John 8: After this he became a schoolmaster and private preacher at Clayton, Morley, and Hunslet, all in Yorkshire.
He doth not elect that doth not prefer some before others.
As a harlot may have children but no credit or comfort from them, because they are s; so graces, such as false hope, faith, love, etc.