Did Jesus die for all? – Yes! Excerpt from Epitome Credendorum
Normally it is the calvinists who use logic to prove that Jesus did not die for all. But when I was reading the Epitome Credendorum, Hunnius does a fine job of using that same logic against their position.
433. g. The unbelievers are to be punished for the very reason, that they would not believe that Christ died for them, Mrk. 16, 6: „He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned;” John. 16, 8. 9 : „When he (the Holy Ghost) is come he will reprove the world of sin ….because they believe not on me;’– ibid. 3, 18: ,,He that believeth on him (the Son) is not condemned, but he that believeth not is condemned already , because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.” — And what was it , these condemned unbelievers had been called upon to believe; — nothing else but what the Apostle Paul himself confessed : viz, „the Son of God who loved me, and gave himself for me,” Galat. 2, 20. Whosoever has no faith in this, is condemned because of his unbelief. Thus, for instance, has Judas been condemned because of his not believing that Christ has given himself for him ; and Caiphas also had the same fate because of the same unbelief. Now God, does not condemn anybody because of his not believing anything to be true which in reality proves not be true at all; which shews it to be a truth, that Christ has given himself for Judas, Caiphas, and for all other unbelievers, consequently for all mankind.