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Author: Loveday, Samuel, 1619-1677.
Title: Personal reprobation reprobated being a plain exposition upon the nineth chapter to the Romans, shewing, that there is neither little nor much of any such doctrine as personal election or reprobations, asserted by the apostle in that chapter : but that his great designe is to maintain justification by faith in Jesus Christ, without the works of the law / humbly offered to serious consideration, by Samuel Loveday.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Personal reprobation reprobated being a plain exposition upon the nineth chapter to the Romans, shewing, that there is neither little nor much of any such doctrine as personal election or reprobations, asserted by the apostle in that chapter : but that his great designe is to maintain justification by faith in Jesus Christ, without the works of the law / humbly offered to serious consideration, by Samuel Loveday.
Loveday, Samuel, 1619-1677.

London: Printed for the authour, and to be sold by him, and Francis Smith ... and P. Parker ..., 1676.
Notes:
Errata: p. [16].
Imperfect: tightly bound with print show-through.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
Subject terms:
Bible. -- N.T. -- Romans IX -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Reprobation.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A49291.0001.001

Contents
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THE PREFACE TO THE READER.
The CONTENTS.
Errata.
A Brief Compendium of the whole Controversiall part of this Chap∣ter, as a Preface to the Matter following.
CHAP. I. Personal Reprobation Reprobated. Wherein is contained what reall, great, and constant sorrow the holy Apostle St. Paul had for the mise∣rable estate of the Jews under their sin of blindness.
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CHAP. II. Asserting the great duty of Christians to mourn over the wofull estate of their unconverted, relations; and how much they ought to do or suffer towards the furtherance of their salvation.
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CHAP. III. Plainly Demonstrating, That the wise and ho∣ly God in choosing to salvation Eternal, and Reprobating to damnation Eternal, hath a special eye to Qualifications.
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CHAP. IV. Wherein is evidently asserted by the truth of reason, that the Apostles affirmation (Ja∣cob have I loved and Esau hated) could not respect in the least, either their persons or generations, as to a final saving or da•…∣ning the whole posterity.
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CHAP. V. Plainly evidencing, that the salvation of mankinde was the subject of Gods heart, thoughts, and purposes, from the beginning.
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CHAP. VI. Treating in Eight particulars the explanation of Love and Hatred in God, and that in this Chapter it cannot intend Election and Reprobation to heaven or hell.
CHAP. VII. Shewing Gods unquestionable and absolute right to state, and propound his own terms upon which his grace of justification and salvation shall be had, and here determines it not upon the works of the Law, but be∣lieving in his son.
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CHAP. VIII. Shewing that it is of meer grace and mercy in God, all men having sinned, to call them upon any terms whatsoever, to justification, all grace no debt.
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CHAP. IX. Gods act of hardning and reprobating to dam∣nation, is the effects of great and persevering rebellion, when men shut their eyes and ears at last after much long-suffering and patience.
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CHAP. X. Plainly explaining how, and in what fence God may be said to harden mens hearts, in like manner how God is said to shew mercy.
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CHAP. XI. Gods will and word are terms equivolent and his purposes to mankinde in order to mer∣cy and Judgement is not Irrestible.
CHAP. XII. Plainly detecting that unreasonable conse∣quence of Gods forming men on purpose to damn them.
CHAP. XIII. Explaining the potter and clay, and that God makes and mars vessels according to their submission or rejection of him.
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CHAP. XIV. Plainly explaining who are vessels fitted for destruction, and who vessels of mercy; and why both become such: also asserting, that persons even fitted for destruction may yet be in a capacity of repentance while God spares them with his patience.
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CHAP. XV. Shewing the super-abounding riches of Gods grace to sinners for their encouragement to turn and persevere through all difficulties in well-doing, the rich favour and glory they shall enjoy to all eternity.
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CHAP. XVI. Gods love to the called, whether Jew or Gen∣tile, is a very great and singular love, yet not so unchangeably fixed in this life, that neither the obedience of some nor rebellion of others can alter it.
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CHAP. XVII. Plainly shewing, that it is not Number, nor being in relation to godly Ancestors that can secure rebellious persons from Gods wrath and destruction.
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CHAP. XVIII. Explaining the causes why the Jews missed and the Gentiles obtained the righteousnesse which is according to faith.
CHAP. XIX. Plainly demonstrating that persons justified and saved in Gospel-days, shall have no cause to boast, but on the contrary to attribute all to free-grace.
CHAP. XX. Calling for greatest circumspection, because persons in a very fair and likely way unto salvation in their own thoughts may suffer disappointment, it is very easie to stumble at Christ and his ways if careful heed be not taken.