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Justification and Pardon......

454

Office of Faith in Justification...

455

Irenæus concerning Simon Magus..

457

Ceremonial and Moral Works, distinction between

them as to Justification rejected by Bp. Bull

and Dr. J. Taylor.....

462

A dead faith can no more procure, than preserve, Jus-

tification....

464

St. Paul's use of the words, works and deeds.. 466

Good Works necessary in their place....

470

Not the condition of Justification ....

472

St. Paul and St. James on Abraham's case........ 475

Whether Moral Works needful before Justification.. 477

• Pardon cancelled'......

480

Works, how necessary to continuance in a justified

state ....

483

Distinction between dead and living faith best pre-

cludes all abuse..

484

Eagerness for baptism

491

The same faith which justifies preserves in a justified

state....

494

Sentiments of supralapsarians, and of the evangelical

clergy..

495

Sincere faith, and a bare belief distinguished ....... 500

Children dying before actual sin.

502

Repentance and obedience accompany faith, but do

not justify......

505

Baptism and Justification..

507

Writings of our Church...

510

Popery better than gross Antinomianism..

522

Motives for performing good works..

524

Apostolical exhortations stamped evangelically.... 528

Faith of the dying thief not solitary ...

530

Our Twelfth Article.....

531

St. Paul and St. James on Justification...

533

Design of the Apostolic Epistles....

537

How salvation by faith should and should not be

preached .....

543

The neighbourhood of evangelical ministers most

moral...

547

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EVANGELICAL DOCTRINES STATED AND DEFENDED:

IN

REMARKS

ON THE

RIGHT REV. THE LORD BISHOP OF WINCHESTER'S

"REFUTATION OF CALVINISM.'

“ Be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope " that is in you, with meekness and fear.”—1 Pet. iii. 15.

* Take special care, before you aim your shafts at Calvinism, that you know what is • Calvinism, and what is not : that in that mass of doctrine, which it is of late become the fashion to abuse under the name of Calvinism, you can distinguish with certainty, between that part which is nothing better than Calvinism, and that which belongs to our common Christianity, and the faith of the Reformed Churches.'-Bp. Horsley. • Accusatio crimen desiderat, rem ut definiat, hominem ut notet, argumento probet, teste confirmet.'--Cicero pro Cælio.

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