an antidote against arminianism. by Christopher Ness. or. A Treatise to Enervate and Confute All The Five Points Of it;. Viz.: Predestination Grounded upon. Recommended by John Owen, John Gill, and Augustus Toplady. An easy-to-read but devastating critique of the Arminian heresy. A treatise to refute all five. An easy to read, but totally devastating attack against the heresy of Arminianism. Recommended reading by John Owen, John Gill, and Augustus Toplady.
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Dole Predestination and Romans 9 – by Dr. Those for whom Christ died and rose again cannot be condemned. This work of regeneration would not then have required the effectual, forcible power of the valiant arm of God; even such a power as raised up Againsg from the dead, by which He was declared to armininism the Son of God Romans 1: The Divine decree of Predestination hath various properties; it is eternal, unchangeable, absolute, free, armunianism, and extensive.
I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? This is charging God foolishly, seeing no act of God can be a means to damn men. If conversion be a quickening of one that is dead in sin, then fallen man hath no free-will to good.
ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Coming to Christ is believing on Him. If the soul of man be passive in effectual calling, then is there in fallen man no free-will to good.
First, if God be God; if He be an almighty, all wise, all free, and an all-disposing God, then His decree of Election must be absolute; for a conditional decree makes a conditional God, and plainly ungods Him, by ascribing such imperfections to Him as are unworthy His majesty, and below His Divine being; as, first, it opposes His omnipotence—if some conditions be antecedent to the will of God, then the same are antecedent also to the power of Antivote.
The second argument is taken from God the Son in His redeeming love, which is unalterable. Thus men wickedly think that God is such an one as themselves Psalms Impotency is in the will.
A conditional decree makes a conditional God, since the decree is God Himself decreeing.
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If the Divine decree be eternal it must be absolute; for nothing can be assigned before an eternal act, as the efficient cause of it. A natural nothing; for what is the great womb whence all things come but nothing? If conversion be a new birth, then fallen man hath not a free-will to good. That the Son redeems no more than the Father elects is evident from two scriptures. Lest this overflowing deluge of Arminianism should bring destruction upon us, there is great need that some servants of Christ should run to stop the further spreading of this plague and leprosy.
Christ raised not all up that were dead, but Lazarus, etc. All the sins of some men. It is the will of God that some be poor and others rich; so here, that some be vessels of honour, and others of dishonour.
In the case of my close friend, Ness’s book lived up to its name. But there is another view to be taken here. All that are redeemed are redeemed by Christ; but the elect only are given to Him; they alone have an interest in Him, are redeemed by Him, and they shall be glorified with Him. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion.
Antidote Against Arminianism by Christopher Ness
Of Jacob there came a distinguished people from all the world, even a Church unto God; and of Antieote there sprang forth a persecuting seed. A short, yet detailed and powerful refutation of Arminianism. That which sets up an inferior cause because a superior ought not be admitted, and the conditional decree doth so.
To ask other readers questions about Antidote Against Arminianismplease arminianims up. The Socinians decry the divinity of Christ and His satisfaction, as if His sufferings were exemplary only, not expiatory.
Antidote Against Arminianism
The aainst pleasure of God is the only cause and ground of our election, not any foresight of our faith, etc. As a little map doth represent a large country at one view, which will take much time to travel over, so this book is multum in parvo, much in a little.
There is also the world of unbelievers. But the pot supposing it could speak could not blame the potter of injustice in appointing equal lumps to unequal ends.
An Antidote Against Arminianism by Rev. Christopher Ness (1621-1705)
Till then we are dead, and have no free-will to good. Saving grace being peculiar to the elect only, and is no wider than election itself. God was under no moral obligation to man.
But if the first be the case, why are not all men free from the punishment due unto their sins?