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BEING AN

E X A MINATION

OF THE

PRINCIPAL PASSAGES

OF

SCRIPTURE

Made Use of

By the Arminians, in Favour of their

SCHEME,

PARTICULARLY

By Dr. Whitby, in his Discourse on the Five

Points : In which the Arguments founded
on the said Passages of Scripture, are an-
swer'd; the Objections taken from them
removed, and the genuine Sense of them
given.

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LONDON:
Printed for, and Sold by A ARON WARD, at the

King's-Arms in Little-Britain. 17352,

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THE

PREFACE

Earing that Dr. Whitby's

discourse on the frue points, mas reprinting on which is judged a master piece on the

subject, in the Englila tongue, I determined to give it a jref reading ; and having observed that the performance is accounted an unanswerable one, and that the general cry on that side of the question is, Why don't ye answer Dr. Whitby? I found my self inclined to an attempt of this nature, believing it pould be a proper and seasonable time to engage in such a work.

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The method in which I propose to consider what this learned writer bas advanced on this subject, is, First, to examine the several passages of scripture which he chiefly makes use of for the confirmation of his own scheme, and as militating against those dočtrines which are commonly called Calvinistical; - and endeavour to answer bis arguments and objections from them, and set thefe paffages in a just and proper light; which composes

be first part I nom publifb. I once thought to have reduced the several scriptares udèr the distinct beads in controZiešity but observing that one and the fame fcripiure is often made use of for different purposes, I found 1 should be obliged to confider fome of them over and over again ; and therefore determined to let them stand in the order in mbich they are in the Bible, and which I observed in preacbing from them; for it should be known, that what is bere publis’d, are cxtracts from fermons on these texts, de

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liver'd in a Wednesday's evening Lecture.

I purpose in a second part of this bork, to vindicate the arguments eftablished by us on several paisages of fcriptare, in favour of the doctrines of difeyiminating grace, from the exceptions of the Arminians, and particularly this learned author; and attempt a reply to the salwers and objections made unto ikom,

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