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The Principal Causes of Man’s Salvation By John Brinsley
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John Brinsley (1600-1665), the younger, was a Presbyterian puritan divine who was a powerful Reformed Gospel preacher and writer. Brinsley's treatment of his principle text is one of the best... More > Puritan treatments and biblical expositions of God's election of men in Christ; "All that the Father giveth me shall come unto me; and him that cometh unto me, I will in no wise cast out,” (John 6:37). He covers three main propositions. 1. There are some among the sons of men given by God the Father to his Son Christ. 2. All those who are so given will come to him. 3. Those who so come he will in no wise cast out. This is a clear, concise and expository work that explains the nuances of election as well as the practical application of the doctrines which apply both to Christians in election, and those God passes by in reprobation. This work is not a scan or facsimile and has been made easy to read with an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Principal Causes of Man’s Salvation By John Brinsley
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John Brinsley (1600-1665), the younger, was a Presbyterian puritan divine who was a powerful Reformed Gospel preacher and writer. Brinsley's treatment of his principle text is one of the best... More > Puritan treatments and biblical expositions of God's election of men in Christ; "All that the Father giveth me shall come unto me; and him that cometh unto me, I will in no wise cast out,” (John 6:37). He covers three main propositions. 1. There are some among the sons of men given by God the Father to his Son Christ. 2. All those who are so given will come to him. 3. Those who so come he will in no wise cast out. This is a clear, concise and expository work that explains the nuances of election as well as the practical application of the doctrines which apply both to Christians in election, and those God passes by in reprobation. This work is not a scan or facsimile and has been made easy to read with an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Covenant of Redemption By Samuel Willard
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Samuel Willard (1640-1707) was a reformed preacher of the Gospel in the old South Boston Church in New England, president of Harvard University, and one of the great Calvinistic teachers of his... More > day. The unparalleled and incomprehensible love of God to sinful man, displayed in the wonderful affair of his redemption and salvation, is the great thing celebrated throughout the Scriptures. This work is found in the covenant between the Father and the Son, called in theology, “The Covenant of Redemption.” Willard clearly and biblically explains the Covenant of Redemption dividing the entire treatise into two general heads in order to explain the glorious mystery of this covenant. 1) The provision which God made for our deliverance before time in eternity, and 2) The things which are done in time for its actual accomplishment. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Covenant of Redemption By Samuel Willard
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Samuel Willard (1640-1707) was a reformed preacher of the Gospel in the old South Boston Church in New England, president of Harvard University, and one of the great Calvinistic teachers of his... More > day. The unparalleled and incomprehensible love of God to sinful man, displayed in the wonderful affair of his redemption and salvation, is the great thing celebrated throughout the Scriptures. This work is found in the covenant between the Father and the Son, called in theology, “The Covenant of Redemption.” Willard clearly and biblically explains the Covenant of Redemption dividing the entire treatise into two general heads in order to explain the glorious mystery of this covenant. 1) The provision which God made for our deliverance before time in eternity, and 2) The things which are done in time for its actual accomplishment. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
On the Five Points of Calvinism By Daniel Whitby
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This volume is an unedited reprint of a 1817 edition of: A Discourse Concerning I. The True Import of the Words Election and Reprobation, and the Things Signified By Them In The Holy Scripture. II.... More > The Extent of Christ's Redemption. III. The Grace of God; Where It Is Enquired, Whether It Be Vouchsafed Sufficiently To Those Who Improve It Not, And Irresistably To Those Who Do Improve It; And Whether Men Be Wholly Passive In The Work Of Their Regeneration. IV. The Liberty Of The Will In A State of Trial And Probation. V. The Perseverance or Defectibility of the Saints, With Some Reflections On The State Of Heathens, The Providence And Prescience of God. And Lastly, An Answer to Three Objections Against The Doctrines Asserted. To Which Is Added, A Postscript, In Answer to Some of Doctor Edwards's Remarks. Fourth Edition, Corrected. originally published in 1710 (first edition). and 1735 (second edition).< Less
On the Five Points of Calvinism By Daniel Whitby
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This volume is an unedited reprint of a 1817 edition of: A Discourse Concerning I. The True Import of the Words Election and Reprobation, and the Things Signified By Them In The Holy Scripture. II.... More > The Extent of Christ's Redemption. III. The Grace of God; Where It Is Enquired, Whether It Be Vouchsafed Sufficiently To Those Who Improve It Not, And Irresistably To Those Who Do Improve It; And Whether Men Be Wholly Passive In The Work Of Their Regeneration. IV. The Liberty Of The Will In A State of Trial And Probation. V. The Perseverance or Defectibility of the Saints, With Some Reflections On The State Of Heathens, The Providence And Prescience of God. And Lastly, An Answer to Three Objections Against The Doctrines Asserted. To Which Is Added, A Postscript, In Answer to Some of Doctor Edwards's Remarks. Fourth Edition, Corrected. originally published in 1710 (first edition). and 1735 (second edition).< Less
A Biblical Critique of Calvinism By Dave Armstrong
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In this volume I reply to biblical arguments from John Calvin in Books I-III of his "Institutes of the Christian Religion," in instances where he takes a position that is contrary to... More > Catholic theology. Taking on John Calvin’s exegetical arguments in this fashion will, it is hoped, demonstrate the persistent fallacies and falsehoods (from the Catholic perspective) that are frequently found in his writing, and illustrate at least some ways to refute and overcome them. Catholics regard Calvinists and other Protestants as brethren in Christ, and rejoice over the many important beliefs that we hold in common. At the same time, the Catholic apologist’s task is to answer objections to Catholicism that arise in these quarters, and to present what we feel are superior alternative opinions. I use the public domain translation of the "Institutes" by Henry Beveridge (Calvin Translation Society, 1845, from the 1559 Latin edition). The book includes an "Appendix of Areas of Calvinist-Catholic Agreement."< Less
A Biblical Critique of Calvinism By Dave Armstrong
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In this volume I reply to biblical arguments from John Calvin in Books I-III of his "Institutes of the Christian Religion," in instances where he takes a position that is contrary to... More > Catholic theology. Taking on John Calvin’s exegetical arguments in this fashion will, it is hoped, demonstrate the persistent fallacies and falsehoods (from the Catholic perspective) that are frequently found in his writing, and illustrate at least some ways to refute and overcome them. Catholics regard Calvinists and other Protestants as brethren in Christ, and rejoice over the many important beliefs that we hold in common. At the same time, the Catholic apologist’s task is to answer objections to Catholicism that arise in these quarters, and to present what we feel are superior alternative opinions. I use the public domain translation of the "Institutes" by Henry Beveridge (Calvin Translation Society, 1845, from the 1559 Latin edition). The book includes an "Appendix of Areas of Calvinist-Catholic Agreement."< Less
A Biblical Critique of Calvinism By Dave Armstrong
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In this volume I reply to biblical arguments from John Calvin in Books I-III of his "Institutes of the Christian Religion," in instances where he takes a position that is contrary to... More > Catholic theology. Taking on John Calvin’s exegetical arguments in this fashion will, it is hoped, demonstrate the persistent fallacies and falsehoods (from the Catholic perspective) that are frequently found in his writing, and illustrate at least some ways to refute and overcome them. Catholics regard Calvinists and other Protestants as brethren in Christ, and rejoice over the many important beliefs that we hold in common. At the same time, the Catholic apologist’s task is to answer objections to Catholicism that arise in these quarters, and to present what we feel are superior alternative opinions. I use the public domain translation of the "Institutes" by Henry Beveridge (Calvin Translation Society, 1845, from the 1559 Latin edition). The book includes an "Appendix of Areas of Calvinist-Catholic Agreement."< Less
St. Augustine, Final Thoughts on Predestination By Augustine Aurelius
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St. Augustine's summation of his thoughts on Predestination. This consists of two books, which are usually grouped togetherA Treatise on the Predestination of the Saints A Treatise on the Gift of... More > Perseverance Many have read Augustine as filtered through Calvin and Luther. Few have read what this Doctor of the Catholic Church really thought< Less