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Predestination calmly considered from principles of reason : in consistency with the nature of things and the scriptures of truth : with answers to seven queries on predestination

Author: W Tucker
Publisher: Boston : William Peirce, 1835.
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Tucker, W. (William), b. 1731.
Predestination calmly considered from principles of reason.
Boston : William Peirce, 1835
(OCoLC)551722100
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: W Tucker
OCLC Number: 4183423
Description: xxii, 14-191 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Letter 1 : Error in principle, and error in practice --
Letter 2 : Fixedness of events from their futurity and the knowledge God has about them --
Letter 3 : The principles laid down not stoicism --
Letter 4 : Probability of God's choosing and fixing all things, from their dependence on God --
Letter 5 : Third proposition : Impossibility of God's not having fixed, from eternity, whatsoever comes to pass --
Letter 6 : God incomprehensible, and man vain --
Letter 7 : What the author once thought --
Letter 8 : Recapitulation --
Letter 9 : How far the argument has been advanced --
Letter 10 : State of the argument --
Letter 11 : Conclusions and arguments from premises established --
Letter 12 : Subject of the letter --
Letter 13 : What must appear from things laid down in letter 12 --
Letter 14 : Attributes already considered --
Letter 15 : Recurrence to the last letter --
Letter 16 : School divines respecting the divine will --
Letter 17 : Subject proposed --
Letter18 : Surpassing excellency and glory of God --
Letter 19 : Further amplification of the idea of the withdrawment of an impressive sense of the divine glory as the cause of sin, by considering the natural tendency of the intelligent powers of a rational mind --
Letter 20 : God's glory, and man's presumption in venturing to arraign his appointments --
Letter 21 : The ground gone over, and what follows in view of it --
Letter 22 : Works of providence divided into works of nature, and dispensations of grace --
Letter 23 : Dispensations of grace --
Letter 24 : Grace the work of God.
Responsibility: by William Tucker.

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