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Concerning the eternal predestination of God.

Author: Jean Calvin
Publisher: London, J. Clarke [1961]
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Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564.
Concerning the eternal predestination of God.
London, J. Clarke [1961]
(OCoLC)644618001
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Calvin
OCLC Number: 851812
Description: 191 pages 23 cm
Contents: Author's introduction (253-256) --
Calvin's opponents and their theses (257-260) --
Calvin's contrary thesis (260-262) --
Supporting evidence from St Paul (262-265) --
Supporting evidence from St Augustine (265-270) --
The witness of Scripture (270-292). St Paul and St Peter (270-273) ; The fourth Gospel (273-276) ; Romans 9 (276-288) ; The covenant (289) ; Isaiah 6.9 (289-291) ; John 12.37ff. (291-292) --
Pighius' arguments (292-295) --
Pighius' proofs (295-298) --
Refutation of Pighius (298-331). Preaching (298-300) ; God's will that all be saved (300-304) ; Respect of persons (304-306) ; The reason for election (306-313) ; The reason for reprobation (313-318) ; Christ's place in election (318-321) ; Perseverance (321-322) ; Exhortation (322-323) ; The perversity of the reprobate (324-325) ; The supposed ill-effects of predestination (325-328) ; Reprobation and the goodness of God (328-330) ; Man's will and God's grace (330-331) --
Georgius (331-347). Georgius : election has different senses (331-333) ; Georgius : election is on the basis of faith (333) ; Georgius : Scriptural blindness is punishment (333-334) ; Georgius' denial of particular election (334-336) ; Christ the propitiation for the whole world (336-339) ; The Gospel rightly preached to all (340-341) ; How the reprobate cause their own destruction (341-344) ; Election precedes faith and perseverance (344-347) --
Providence (347-366). Definition of providence (347-348) ; Particular application of providence (348) ; Providence specially directed to the Church (349) ; Exposition of providence requires discretion (349-350) ; The end of providence a proper confidence (350-351) ; Providence refers to past as well as future (351-352) ; God the cause of all happenings, yet not the author of evil (352-354) ; God's use of inferior causes (354-355) ; Man's counsels overruled by God (355-357) ; God moves in the hearts of the ungodly (357-359) ; No mere permission in God (359-360) ; The will of God the necessity of all things (360-361) ; God's reasons (361) ; God not the author of evil (361-364) ; God's nature and will are simple (364-366)
Responsibility: Translated, with an introd., by J.K.S. Reid.

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