A brief vindication of free grace

Publication Date1652
RemainderIndeavouring to prove, 1. That we are not elected as holy, but that we should be holy; and that election is not of kindes, but persons. 2. That Christ did not by his death intend to save all men, and touching those whom he intended to save, that he did not dy for them only if they would believe, but that they might believe. 3. That we are not justified properly by our believing in Christ, but by our Christ believed in. 4. That that which differences one man from another, is not the improvement of a common ability restored through Christ to all men in general, but a principle of grace wrought by the spirit of God in the elect. Relating to several positions asserted by M. John Goodwin in his late book entituled Redemption redeem'd, and in his former treatise of Justification. Delivered in a sermon before the right honourable, the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of the City of London, at Pauls, May 30. 1652. By John Pawson late fellow fo S. John's Colledge in Cambridge, and now minister of the Gospel at Hemmingford Abbots in Huntingdonshire
Extent[4], 24 p.
Publisherprinted by Peter Cole, and are to be sold at his shop, at the signe of the Printing-Press in Cornhill



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