Category: Doctrine

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Hunnius – On God’s Gracious Will

290. B. We have now to consider the proposition that God, for the purpose of carrying into effect His gracious purposes concerning the wellbeing of men, has appointed certain, means and ordinances. Though it...

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The Ground of Justification – Conrad Lindberg

The ground of justification is, therefore, only the merit of Christ. God could not have justified man without a ground or foundation. The will of God is revealed in His Law and this cannot be broken. Satisfaction...

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Is Jesus the Messiah?

I am currently reading through Nicolus Hunnius work “Epitome Credendorum.” In Chapter 15 he begins to write upon the person and work of Jesus Christ. But as a preliminary he deals with the question...

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David Henkel on the Divinity of Jesus

I am currently reading through David Henkel’s Against the Unitarians. So far he has given an abundance of food for thought to be digested. Here is one below: In reasoning correctly it will appear...

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The Psalms and Spirituality

‘He that is really delighted with, and receives consolation from, the Psalms of David, may be assured that he has arrived at some knowledge and experience in divine things.’ For when thou findest thyself...

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Many are Called… But few are Chosen

“For many are called; but few chosen.” [From the “Harmony of the Four Evangelists,” by Chemnitz, Lyser and Gerhard. The exposition here translated is by Gerhard.] “The reason why few are chosen is not placed...

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Justification By Faith

I have added ‘Article IV – Justification by Faith’ by M. Vincent from Lectures of the Augsburg Confession. It took quite sometime checking the Latin footnotes for spelling errors. M. Vincent – Article IV....

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What Must I do to Be Saved?

A year ago I was reading ‘The True Church’ by Emanuel Greenwald and thoroughly enjoyed the end of his discourse of justification. It once again came to mind today. I hope you enjoy 3....