Tagged: Regeneration

Section VI.

SECTION VI. Mr M. attempts to shew, that my reasoning is not conclusive, when I say, that God effects great things by simple means; because the instances I produced, only refer to his extraordinary...

Section V.

SECTION V. Mr. M in order to invalidate one of my principal premises, attempts to prove, that the name of God, is not the same as himself. His arguments are investigated ; and it...

Section IV.

SECTION IV. Mr. M. undertakes to prove by my own words, that baptism is not regeneration, nor the ordinary means. This is examined. It is shewn that he admits the word of God to...

Section III.

SECTION III. Mr M. confidently asserts, that I make a little water in baptism equal to God ; by which he attempts to convict me of an absurdity, and blasphemy. But it is shewn,...

Section II.

SECTION II. Mr. Moore charges the doctrine of consubstantiation upon the Lutheran church ; and asserts, that upon this ground I maintain my views with respect to baptism. All this is shown to be...

Section I.

SECTION I. It is shewn how Mr. Moore attempts to impress the minds of the readers with the idea, that I teach in my treatise, that baptism is regeneration it self; but this statement...

An Answer to Mr Joseph Moore, The Methodist

ANSWER TO Mr. JOSEPH MOORE, THE METHODlST With a few fragments on the doctrine of Justification By DAVID HENKEL Paster of the Evangelic Lutheran Church, retiring in┬áLincoln-county, N.C.   A few years past, a...

VI. Regeneration Working Faith

HAVING seen that Vocation and Illumination, being the work of the Holy Spirit whereby He produces awakening, enlightenment, knowledge of sin and the way of salvation, and also effects a certain enablement of the...