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ZELOTES AND HONESTUS RECONCILED:

OR,

THE SECOND PART

OF

AN EQUAL CHECK

то

PHARISAISM AND ANTINOMIANISM:

BEING THE FIRST PART

OF THE

SCRIPTURE SCALES

TO WEIGH THE GOLD OF GOSPEL TRUTH, TO BALANCE A MULTITUDE OF OPPOSITE

SCRIPTURES, TO PROVE THE GOSPEL MARRIAGE OF FREE GRACE AND FREE
WILL, AND RESTORE PRIMITIVE HARMONY TO THE GOSPEL OF THE DAY.

WITH A PREFACE,

CONTAINING SOME STRICTURES UPON THE THREE LETTERS OF RICHARD HILL, ESQ.,

WHICH HAVE BEEN LATELY PUBLISHED.

BY A LOVER OF THE WHOLE TRUTH AS IT IS IN JESUS.

How is the most fine gold changed! Take heed that ye be not deceived; for many shall come
in my naine, saying, “I am Christ," doctrinal: "I am Christ,” moral: but, i to the law,
and to the testimony; if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no
light in them, (or at least because) their wine is mixed with water, and their silver is (partly]

become dross. "--Bible.
Si non est Dei gratia, quomodo salvat mundum ? Si non est liberum arbitrium, quomodo

judical mundum ? - Aug.

20,feb.08 CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.

I. SCRIPTURE SCALES, TO WEIGH THE GOLD OF GOSPEL TRUTH,
-PART FIRST,-BEING THE SECOND PART OF AN EQUAL CHECK
TO PHARISAISM AND ANTINOMIANISM.

i

ADVERTISEMENT

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Prepatory Epistle.- Description of a true Protestani— The author's three

protests,

11

Section 1. The cause of the misunderstanding of pious Protestants-View
of the Gospel axioms or weights of the sanctuary,

23

II. General observations on God's free grace, and man's free will-Salvation

originally of the former, and damnation of the latter,

27

III. The golden beam of the Scripture scales—The chains by which they are

suspended, and a rational account of the origin of evil,

31

IV. Remarks on the terms of the two covenants-Salvation and damnation

have two causes—The glory of Christ, and original merit, balanced

with the importance of obedience and derived worthiness,

34

V. The importance of faith balanced by that of works,

39

VI. The moral law of Christ, and that of Moses, one and the same; and the

Sinai covenant an edition of the covenant of grace,

41

VII. The doctrine of the preceding section weighed in the Scripture Scales, 53

VIII. What is God's work, and what our own—The two are balanced, 57

IX. The most wonderful work of free grace, the redemption of the world

balanced with the most wonderful work of free will, the obstinate

neglect of that redemption,

63

X. The doctrine of free grace, and that of free will, farther maintained, 76

XI. A rational and Scriptural view of the ninth chapter to the Romans, 88

XII. Of an unconditional election of sovereign grace, and a conditional

109

XIII. A view of St. Paul's doctrine in the first chapter to the Ephesians, 119

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350

vinism with a future judgment, and absolute necessity with moral agency, 451

VIII. Mr. Toplady's arguments from God's prescience answered,

462

IX. An answer to the charges of robbing the trinity, and encouraging Deism, 467

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