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A DISPLAY OF ARMINIANISM

BEING

A DISCOVERY OF THE OLD PELAGIAN IDOL FREE-WILL, WITH THE
NEW GODDESS CONTINGENCY,

ADVANCING THEMSELVES INTO THE THRONE OF THE GOD OF HEAVEN, TO THE
PREJUDICE OF HIS GRACE, PROVIDENCE, AND SUPREME
DOMINION OVER THE CHILDREN OF MEN;

Wherein

THE MAIN ERRORS BY WHICH THEY ARE FALLEN OFF FROM THE RECEIVED DOCTRINE OF ALL
THE REFORMED CHURCHES, WITH THEIR OPPOSITION IN DIVERS PARTICULARS
TO THE DOCTRINE ESTABLISHED IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND,
ARE DISCOVERED AND LAID OPEN OUT OF THEIR OWN
WRITINGS AND CONFESSIONS, AND CONFUTED
BY THE WORD OF GOD.
Produce your cause, saith the LORD: bring forth your strong reasons, saith
the King of Jacob.
Isaiah 41:21.
Woe unto him that striveth with his Maker! Let the potsherd strive with the
potsherds of the earth.
Isaiah 45:9.

Qe>v w+ Ake>si>lai kli>maka kai< mo>nov ajna>bhqi eijv to<n oujrano>n.
Constant., apud Socrat., lib. 1. cap. 10.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

  • Prefatory Note by the Editor
  • Epistle Dedicatory
  • To The Christian Reader
  • Qemoci>av Aujtexousiastikh~v SPECIMEN
  • Chapter 1. - Of the two main ends aimed at by the Arminians, by their innovations in the received doctrine of the reformed churches,
  • Chapter 2. - Of the eternity and immutability of the decrees of Almighty God, denied and overthrown by the Arminians,

  • Chapter 3. - Of the prescience or foreknowledge of God, and how it is questioned and overthrown by the Arminians,

  • Chapter 4. - Of the providence of God in governing the world diversely, thrust from this pre-eminence by the Arminian idol of free-will,

  • Chapter 5. - Whether the will and purpose of God may be resisted, and he be frustrate of his intentions,

  • Chapter 6. - How the whole doctrine of predestination is corrupted by the Arminians,

  • Chapter 7. - Of original sin and the corruption of nature,

  • Chapter 8. - Of the state of Adam before the fall, or of original righteousness

  • Chapter 9. - Of the death of Christ, and of the efficacy of his merits,

  • Chapter 10. - Of the cause of faith, grace, and righteousness,

  • Chapter 11. - Whether salvation may be attained without the knowledge of, or faith in, Christ Jesus,

  • Chapter 12. - Of free-will, the nature and power thereof,

  • Chapter 13. - Of the power of free-will in preparing us for our conversion unto God.

  • Chapter 14. - Of our conversion to God,

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