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25. (V.)— The whole of that in which we appear before God, justifies us : But
we appear before God, not only by Faith, but also by Works : THERE-
FORE, we are justified before God, not only by Faith,' but likewise by
26. (VI.)-Faith is not the instrument of Justification.
27. (VII.)- Faith is not the pure gift of God, but depends partly on the grace
of God, and partly on the powers of Frec Will; that, if a man will, he
may believe or not believe
28. (VIII.)—The grace sufficient for salvation is conferred on the Elect, and on
the Non-Elect; that, if they will, they may believe or not believe, may
be saved or not saved
29. (IX.)- Believers can perfectly fulfil the Law, and live in the world without
30. (X.)-- It may admit of Discussion, whether Semi-Pelagianism is not real
31. (XI.)— It is not correctly said in the Catechism, that “God is angry with
us for (innata) birth-sins ;” because original sin is a punishment: But
whatever is a punishment is not properly a sin
NINE QUESTIONS EXHIBITED FOR THE PURPOSE OF OBTAIN.
ING AN ANSWER FROM EACH OF THE PROFESSORS OF DIVI.
NITY: AND THE REPLIES WHICH JAMES ARMINIUS GAVE TO
THEM: WITH OTHER NINE OPPOSITE ARTICLES, 64–68.
REMARKS ON THE PRECEDING QUESTIONS, 69–71.
TWENTY-FIVE PUBLIC DISPUTATIONS, 72_317.
1.-On the Authority and Certainty of the Sacred Scriptures.
2.-On the Sufficiency and Perfection of the Holy Scriptures in opposition to
3.-On the Sufficiency and Perfection of the Holy Scriptures, in opposition to
4.-On the Nature of God...
5.-On the Person of the Father.apd the Son...
6.-On the Hdy Spirit,
7.-On' the First Sin of the First Man..
8.—On Actual Sins:
9.-On the Righteousness and Efficacy of the Providence of God concerning
10.-On the same
11.-On the Free W’ill of Man and its Powers...
12.-On the Law of God.....
13.-On the Comparison of the Law and the Gospel
14.---On the Offices of our Lord Jesus Christ
15.--On Divine Predestination
16.-On the Vocation of Men to Salvation
18.-On the Church and its Head
19.--On the Justification of Man before God
20.-On Christian Liberty
21.-On the Roman Pontiff, and the principal Titles which are attributed to him 264
22.—The Case of all the Protestant or Reformed Churches, with respect to their
23.—On Idolatry ....
24.-On the Invocation of Saints..
SEVENTY-NINE PRIVATE DISPUTATIONS, 318—469.
2.-On the Manner in which Theology must be taught....
3.-On Blessedness, the End of Theology
5.–On the Rule of Religion, the Word of God, and the Scriptures in particular 322
6.-On the Authority and Certainty of the Holy Scriptures
7.-On the Perfection of the Scriptures..
8.-On the Perspicuity of the Scriptures.
9.-On the Meanings and Interpretation of the Holy Scriptures
10.-On the Efficacy of the Scriptures
11.-On Religion in a stricter sense
12.-On the Christian Religion, its Name and Relation
13.—On the Christian Religion, with regard to the Matter generally .......... 334
14.-On the Object of the Christian Religion : And, First, about God, its Pri-
mary Object, and what God is
15.-On the Nature of God...
16.-On the Life of God..
17.-On the Understanding of God
18.-On the Will of God....
19.-On the various Distinctions of the Will of God...
20.-On the Attributes of God which come to be considered under his Will.
And, First, on those which have an analogy to the Affections or Passions
in Rational Creatures
21.-On those Attributes of God which have come analogy to the moral Virtues,
and which act like Moderators of the Affections considered in the pre-
ceding Disputation ....
22.-On the Power or Capability of God
23.-On the Perfection, Blessedness and Glory of God
24.-On Creation ....
25.-On Angels in general and in particular...
26.-On the Creation of Man after the Image of God
27.-On the Lordship or Dominion of God
28.-On the Providence of God ....
29.-On the Covenant into which God entered with our first Parents..... 369
30.—The Manner in which Man conducted himself in fulfilling the first Cove-
nant, or on the Sin of our first Parents ....
31.-On the Effects of the Sin of our first Parents..
32.-On the Necessity of the Christian Religion
33.-On the Restoration of Man..
34.-On the Person of our Lord Jesus Christ
35.-On the Priestly Office of Christ.
36.-On the Prophetical Office of Christ
37.-On the Regal Office of Christ....
38.-On the states of Christ's Humiliation and Exaltation.
39.—On the Will and Command of God the Father and of Christ, by which they
will and command that Religion be performed to them by sinful Man.. 389
40.-On the Predestination of Believers......
41.-On the Predestination of Means to the End
42.—On the Vocation of sinful Men to Christ, and to a participation of Salva-
tion in Him.
43.-On the Repentance by which Men answer to the Divine Vocation
44.-On Faith in God and Christ
45.-On the Union of Believers with Christ
46.-On the Communion of Believers with Christ, and particularly with his Death 403
47.—On the Communion of Believers with Christ in regard to his Life......
49.-On the Sanctification of Man
50.—On the Church of God and of Christ : Or on the Church in general after
51.–On the Church of the Old Testament, or under the Promise
52.-On the Church of the New Testament, or under the Gospel
53.—On the Head and the Marks of the Church
54.-On the Catholic Church; her Parts and Relations
55.-On the Power of the Church in delivering Doctrines
56.—On the Power of the Church in enacting Laws ..
57.-On the Power of the Church in administering Justice, or on Ecclesiastical
59.-On the Ecclesiastical Ministrations of the New Testament, and on the Voca-
tion to them .....
60.-On Sacraments in general
61.-On the Sacraments of the Old Testament,—the Tree of Life, Circumcision,
62.-Op the Sacraments of the New Testament in general
63.—On Baptism and Predo-bapism..
64:—On the Lord's supper.
65.—On the Popish Mass.
66.-On the five salse Saezainenis
67.—On the Worship of God in general
68.—On the Precepts of Divine Worship in general..
69.—On Obedience, the formal Object of all the Divine Precepts
70.-On Obedience to the Commands of God in general...
71.-On the material Object of the Precepts of the Law in general....
72.—On the Love, Fear, Trust, and Honour, which are due from Man to God 453
73.-On particular Acts of Obedience, or those which are prescribed in each Pre-
cept, or concerning the Decalogue in general
74.-On the First Command in the Decalogue ....
75.-On the Second Command in the Decalogue
76.-On the Third Precept in the Decalogue
77.—On the Fourth Command in the Decalogue
78.-On the Fifth Command in the Decalogue..
79.-On the Sixth Precept ..
DISSERTATION ON THE TRUE AND GENUINE SENSE OF THE
SEVENTH CHAPTER OF THE EPISTLE TO THE ROMANS, 471—683.
FIRST PART, 491-600.
1.- The Thesis to be proved .....
2.-The Connexion of the Seventh Chapter with the Sixth
Verse the Fourteenth
Eighteenth and Nineteenth
Twenty-second and Twenty-third
4.—The Connexion between the Seventh and the Eighth Chapters ....
1.–The Opinion which is to be corroborated by Testimonies..... ...600
2.—The most ancient and respectable of the Christian Fathers approve of our
3.- The Opinion of St. Augustine
4.-Our Opinion is supported by several Writers of the Middle Ages.. 618
5.-The favourable Testimonies of Modern Divines
THIRD PART, 629-642.
1.—This Opinion is neither heretical nor allied to any Heresy....
2.-Our Opinion is directly opposed to the Pelagian Heresy
The opposite Opinion is approved by none of the ancient Doctors of the
FIFTH PART, 656—683.
1.—The opposite Opinion is injurious to Grace and hurtful to good Morals .. 656
2.-Various Objections in favour of the common Interpretation answered .... 662
A LETTER TO HIPPOLYTUS A COLLIBUS, 685—705.
1.–The Divinity of the Son of God...
2.–The Providence of God
3.- Divine Predestination
4.-Grace and Free Will
CERTAIN ARTICLES TO BE DILIGENTLY EXAMINED AND
1.-On the Scripture and Human Traditions
2.-On God, considered according to his Nature..
3.—On God, considered according to the Relation between the Persons in the
4.-On the Decrees of God
5.-On Predestination to Salvation, and on Damnation, considered in the highest
6.-On the Creation, and chiefly that of Man....
7.-On the Dominion of God over the Creatures, and chiefly over Man 713
8.-On the Providence of God .......
9.-On Predestination, considered in the Primeval State of Man
10.—On the Cause of Sin universally.
11.-On the Fall of Adam
12.-On Original Sin .....
13.—On the Predestination of Man, considered partly in his Primeval State, and
partly in the Fall,......
14.-On Predestination considered after the Fall
15.-On the Decrees of God which concern the Salvation of sinful Men, accord.
ing to his own Sense
16.-On Christ ....
17.—On the Vocation of Sinners to Communion with Christ, and to a Participa-
tion of his Benefits
20.-On Regeneration and the Regenerate.
21.-On the Perseverance of Saints ..
22.-On the Assurance of Salvation
23.-On the Justification of Man as a Sinner, but yet a Believer before God 726
24.-On the Good Works of Believers
25.-On Prayer ....
26.-On the Infants of Believers when they are offered for Baptism
27.-On the Supper of the Lord.
29.-On the Church of Rome
A LETTER ON THE SIN AGAINST THE HOLY GHOST, 731–754.