Calvinism and Arminianism Compared in Their Principles and Tendency Or the Doctrines of General Redemption: As Held by the Members of the Church of England, and by the Early Dutch Arminians, Exhibited in Their Scriptural Evidence, and Their Connection with the Civil and Religious Liberties of Mankind
Longman, May 14, 2017 - 468 pages
Excerpt from Calvinism and Arminianism Compared in Their Principles and Tendency, or the Doctrines of General Redemption: As Held by the Members of the Church of England, and by the Early Dutch Arminians, Exhibited in Their Scriptural Evidence, and in Their Connection With the Civil and Religious Liberties of Mankind
I prefer to quote from Jenkins's pamphlets, rather than from larger trea tises, because they serve to shew that no grounds whatever existed for Bax ter's republican excuse in a preceeding page, (323) that the people were many of them uncertain which party was the higher and of greatest autho rity: Some thought the king, and others thought the parliament, &c. Many of them undoubtedly chosefor their own interest to remain uncertain which of these two powers was the greatest though they could scarcely be ignorant of the Law of the Landon that point, many thousands of Jenkins's pamphlets having being published in a cheap form and gratuitously distri buted among the people.
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