|Author:||Grotius, Hugo, 1583-1645.|
|Title:||A defence of the catholick faith concerning the satisfaction of Christ written originally by the learned Hugo Grotius and now translated by W.H. ; a work very necessary in these times for the preventing of the growth of Socinianism.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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A defence of the catholick faith concerning the satisfaction of Christ written originally by the learned Hugo Grotius and now translated by W.H. ; a work very necessary in these times for the preventing of the growth of Socinianism.
Grotius, Hugo, 1583-1645.
London: Printed for Thomas Parkhurst ... and Johnathan Robinson ..., 1692.
|Alternate titles:||Defensio fidei catholicae de satisfactione Christi. English|
Translation of Grotius' "Defensio fidei catholicae de satisfactione Christi."
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Socinus, Faustus, -- 1539-1604. -- De Jesu Christo Servatore.
Atonement -- History.
TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFUL Sir CHARLES WOOSELEY Knight and Baronet.
CHAP. I. The State of the Controversy is shewed, and the true Opinion is Explained in the Words of Scripture.
CHAP. II. How God should be considered in this Affair: and it is shewed that he should be considered as a Gover∣nour.
CHAP. III. Of what manner is the Act of God in this Business, and it is shewed that it is a Relaxation of the Law, or Dispensation.
CHAP. IV. Whether it is unjust that Christ should be punished for our sins? And it is shewed that it is not unjust.
CHAP. V. Whether there was sufficient Cause, that moved God to punish Christ for us? and it is shewed that there was.
CHAP. VI. Whether God willed that Christ should be punished? And it is shewed that he willed it. And also the Nature of Satisfaction is Explained.
CHAP. VII. Concerning Propitiation and Recon∣ciliation made by the Death of Christ.
CHAP. VIII. Concerning our Redemption purchased by the Death of Christ.
CHAP. IX. What doth it import that Christ died for us.
CHAP. X. Concerning the Expiation made by the Death of Christ.
THE TESTIMONIES OF THE Ancients.