|Author:||Lobb, Stephen, 1699.|
|Title:||A further defence of the report. Vindicating it from Mr. Alsops Cavils, and shewing the difference between Mr. W's and my self to be real, and the charge in my appeal to be true.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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A further defence of the report. Vindicating it from Mr. Alsops Cavils, and shewing the difference between Mr. W's and my self to be real, and the charge in my appeal to be true.
Lobb, Stephen, 1699.
London: printed for Nath. Hiller, at the Princes Arms in Leaden-Hall-Street, over against St. Mary Axe, 1698.
Preface signed: S.L. i.e. Stephen Lobb.
With advertisment at foot of p. .
Reproduction of the original at the Congregational Library, London.
Alsop, Vincent, -- 1629 or 30-1703. -- Vindication of the faithful rebuke agto a false report against the rude cavils of the pretended defence.
Dissenters, Religious -- England -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE READER.
Books sold by Nath. Hiller, at the Princes Armin Leaden-Hall-Street.
A further DEFENCE OF THE REPORT.
His first Objection.
The second Objection.
The Third Objection.
The Fourth Objection.
The Fifth Objection.
The Sixth Objection.
The Seventh Objection.
Sect. II. The present Differences more than Verbal, being about an Article, that affects the Vitals of our Holy Re∣ligion.
Subsect. I. Of the Meritorious Cause of Christs Sufferings.
1. That Mr. Baxter denies our sins to be the near impulsive, and proper meritorious Cause of Christs Sufferings.
II. The Socinians do grant, That our sins are a Remote Impulsive Cause, or meer Occasion of Christs sufferings.
III. What Mr. Baxter and the Socinians hold about our sins being only a Remote Impulsive Cause, or Occasion of Christs sufferings, opposed by the Orthodox, particularly by the Bishop of Worcester.
Subject II. Of the Paenalness of Christs Sufferings.
1. Mr. Baxter denies Christs Sufferings to be a proper Punishment.
2. Mr. Baxter's Agreement with Crellius, about the meritorious Cause of Christs Sufferings, and his Sufferings being a proper Punishment.
The Opposition made by the Bishop of Worcester▪ and the Principal of Jesus, Oxon, against the Principles, embraced by Mr. Baxter anCrellius.
A Second Consideration.
A third Consideration.