Tagged: Theology

Chapter XVII, Of God’s Merciful Calling

Chapter XVII. After satisfaction has been done to divine judgment on behalf of men, and the latter have, by this means, been reconciled to God, it pleases the Lord Jesus to have this work...

Chapter XIV, Of God’s Election of Grace.

Chapter XIV. Such as do not reject the gracious purposes of God, but listen to, and accept of, them with a true faith, and remain in them unto the end: — such has God...

Chapter I, The Scriptures

Chapter 1. All Doctrines, which a Christian has learn and to believe, for the purposes of his souls salvation, to are only to be drawn from the Bible, that is, from the prophetic and...

Chapter XVI. Of God’s Reconciliation with Men.

Chapter XVI. In order completely to bring about all that, which the human race required for the insurance of their soul’s salvation, the Son of God has especially satisfied the demands of divine justice,...

Chapter XV. The Person of Jesus Christ.

Chapter XV.  For the purpose of putting into execution this His will, God has sent His Son into the world, that, having taken upon him human nature, he might accomplish every thing, which was...

Section VI.

SECTION VI. The incarnation of the Son of God. The Son of God, true God, by whom the universe was brought into existence, in the fulness of time became incarnate. In the discussion of...

Section V.

SECTION V. Some arguments proving that Christ is God.  By the term God we understand the supreme Being. The Hebrew name JEHOVAH, signifying I AM, and which is generally rendered LORD, is an exclusive...

Section IV

SECTION IV. Some of the principal objections, of the Unitarians examined.  One of the principal objections alleged by the Unitarians against the Deity of Christ, they endeavor to found on the following text: “And...

Section III.

SECTION III. Christ is the only begotten Son of God. It is shewn that although some attempt to prove because he is a son, his Father is anterior to him; nevertheless his sonship proves...

Section II.

SECTION II. Unitarians suppose that the Father is God alone to the exclusion of Christ, because the terms God and Father are synonymous, &c. This is examined, and it is mort particularly shewn that...