Tagged: Theology

Fragment II.

FRAGMENT II. It is shown that there is a two-fold justification: the one, in the sight of God, and the other, before men. Without this distinction, the subject cannot properly be illustrated. There are...

Fragment I.

A FEW FRAGMENTS ON THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION. FRAGMENT I A brief, contrasted view of the divine Law, and Gospel. To form accurate views of the doctrine of justification, it is necessary to understand the distinction between...

Section XIII.

SECTION XIII. This section contains a short address to Mr. Moore. To Mr. Joseph Moore.  Reverend Sir! I have concluded my reply to your strictures on my treatise. I believe none of your arguments against my treatise, have been passed over in silence. You are...

Section XII.

SECTION XII. This section contains a reply to sundry objections, which are alleged against the doctrine: that baptism is the ordinary means of regeneration. Whereas there are sundry objections alleged against this doctrine, not...

Section XI.

SECTION XI. An examination of my opponent’s arguments, with respect to the one true, essential baptism, &c. In my treatise I proved, that there is but one baptism, according to St. Paul: ‘One Lord,...

Section X.

SECTION X. An examination of my opponent’s arguments, which he produced to prove, that baptism is an emblem, &c. In this section also it is shewn, that it is inconsistent and idolatrous, to teach...

Section IX.

SECTION IX. This section contains aa investigation of my opponent’s gloss on 1 Pet. 8, 20, 21. This text being quoted in my treatise, my opponent also quoted, p. 35, a part of my...

Section VIII.

SECTION VIII. In this section it is shewn, 1st, that my opponent attempts to prove, that because regeneration is the effect of the almighty power of God ; that therefore, baptism cannot be the means....

Section VII.

SECTION VII. My opponent attempts to prove, that baptism cannot be the means of regeneration, because water is a natural thing. The weakness thereof is shewn. A reply to what he says, with respect...

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...