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In this way , the sentiments of one man in any point of religion cannot be
distinguished from those of another , though diametrically opposite ; so an Arian
carinot be known from an Athanasian ; both will say in the words of Scripture ,
that Christ ...
All which could never have been known unless God hiinself had revealed them .
- 4. There are some things recorded in the Scriptures as future , which God only
could foreknow would be , and foretel with certainty that they should be ; and ...
Being about to treat of God , and of the things of God , it may be proper to begin
with his names ; the names of persons and things are usually the first that are
known of them ; and if these are not known , it cannot be thought that much , if
Election may be known by the persons , the objects of it ; partly by the blessings
flowing from it , and connected with it , before observed , bestowed upon them ;
for to whomsoever such blessings of grace are applied , they must be the elect of
... and the perfections of his nature , are in some measure to be known from his
works by the light of nature , now man is fallen , and so as to be left without
excuse ; a much greater degree of knowledge of him , must man unfallen be
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