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Author: Pynchon, William, 1590-1662.
Title: The meritorious price of mans redemption, or, Christs satisfaction discussed and explained ... by William Pynchon ...
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Print source: The meritorious price of mans redemption, or, Christs satisfaction discussed and explained ... by William Pynchon ...
Pynchon, William, 1590-1662.

London: Printed by R.I. for Thom. Newberry ..., 1655.
Alternate titles: Meritorious price of mans redemption
Notes:
A reply to John Norton's "A discussion of that great point in divinity the sufferings of Christ" (q.v.).
Published also with title: A farther discussion of that great point in divinity ...
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Norton, John, -- 1606-1663. -- Discussion of that great point in divinity.
Redemption.
Atonement.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A56365.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Honorable OLIVER ST. IOHN, Lord Chief Justice of the Common-Pleas; Peace be multiplied.
TO THE Considerate and Judicious Reader.
A Postscript.
A Table of the chief Heads.
CHAP. II.
CHAP. III.
CHAP, IV.
CHAP. V.
CHAP. VI.
CHAP. VII.
CHAP. VIII.
CHAP. IX.
CHAP. X.
CHAP. XI.
CHAP. XII.
CHAP. XIII.
CHAP. XIV.
SECT. 4.
CHAP. XV.
CHAP. XVI.
CHAP. XVII.
A Table of some Scriptures that are Expounded or Illustrated.
Christs Satisfaction Discussed and Explained.
CHAP. I.
Mr. Nortons first Proposition in this.
CHAP. II.
SECTION 1.
My first Reason is this.
But saith Mr. Norton in Page 189.
Reason 2.
Reason 3.
Reason 4.
Conclusions from the Premise.
But Mr. Norton saith in page 231.
SECTION 2.
Conclusion touching Lev. 18. 5.
SECT. 3.
Conclusions.
His fifth Proposition is this.
His sixth Proposition is this.
His seventh Proposition is this.
His eighth Proposition.
CHAP. III.
SECT. 1.
SECT. 2.
SECT. 3.
In the Acceptation of this Obedience.
CHAP. IV.
SECT. 1.
SECT. 2.
SECT. 3.
SECT. 4.
SECT 5.
SECT. 6.
His first Reason examined.
His second Reason examined.
His third Reason examined.
His fourth Reason examined.
His fifth Reason examined.
SECT. 7.
SECT. 8.
Reason 1.
My second Reason why Christ did not suffer the Essential Torments of Hell.
My third Reason why Christ did not suffer the Essential Punishment of the Curse.
My fourth Reason is this.
My fifth Reason is in Chap. 5.
My sixth Reason is in Chap. 12.
CHAP. V.
CHAP. VI.
CHAP. VII.
SECT. 2.
SECT. 3.
CHAP. VIII.
His first Argument is this, in Page 10.
His second Argument is this, in pag. 11.
His third Argument is this, in pag. 11.
His Fourth Argument examined, is this, in p. 12.
His fifth Argument examined, which is this.
His Sixt Argument examined, which is this.
His seventh Argument examined, which is this.
His eight Argument examined, which is this:
CHAP. IX.
SECT. 2.
CHAP. X.
SECT. I.
SECT. 2.
But saith Mr. Norton in the close of his Speech,
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 24.
SECT. 3.
Mr. Norton in p. 24. answers the Dialogue thus;
But Mr. Norton proves that Christ may be within the com∣pass of this Text, thus;
SECT. IV.
SECT. V.
CHAP. XI.
SECT. I.
Mr. Norton in page 35. doth answer to the Dialogue thus:
SECT. II.
CHAP. XII.
SECT. 1.
SECT. II.
SECT. III.
SECT. IV.
But saith Mr. Norton, pag. 38.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 38. Sathan being a spirit may have ac∣cess unto, and consequently both may, and doth afflict the spirit, 1 Cor. 5. 5. Eph. 2. 12. 16.
But saith Mr. Norton, If Sathan cannot, yet God can.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 39.
But saith hee, His greatheavinesse, sore amazement, and sweat, as it were great drops of blood, annot bee looked at in a person that was both God and man, as lesse than the effects of Hell-sorrows, &c.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 39.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 40.
But still Mr. Norton objecteth in page 41. thus: Had Christ suffe∣red death without sin imputed, his death could not have been called a punishment.
But Mr. Norton saith in page 140.
Conclusion.
CHAP. XIII.
The Examination of Isa. 53. 6.
Mr. Norton saith in page 48.
2 Saith Mr. Norton in page 153.
3 Mr. Norton doth also confound his Reader, by telling him That one Hebrew root hath contrary significations; Piaculum, saith he, doth signifie both a sacrifice, and a sinful deed.
The Dialogue saith thus, in page 28.
Mr. Norton doth answer in page 43.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 44.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 44.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 45.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 45.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 45.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 234.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 45.
The Dialogue saith thus:
Mr. Norton doth thus answer in page 46.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 46.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 49.
But the Dialogue in page 33. disproves their Exposition thus:
Mr. Norton returns this Answer in page 49.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 49.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 50.
But saith the Dialogue.
Mr. Norton doth thus answer in page 51.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 51.
Mr. Norton answers thus in page 52.
Mr. Norton Answers thus in page 52.
Conclusion.
CHAP. XIV.
Mr. Norton saith in page 53.
SECT. II.
SECT. III.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 54.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 54.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 131.
From these speeches of Grotius it follows;
But saith Mr.Norton in page 223.
To this comparative Argument drawn from the likenesse of the phrase, Mr. Norton doth thus answer in page 55.
SECT. IV.
SECT. V.
And at last in p. 162. he opens himself thus.
SECT. VI.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 211.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 225.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 211. &c.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 212.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 222.
Conclusion.
And saith Mr. Norton in page 210.
But saith Mr. Norton page 209.
The second part of Mr. Nortons comparative Argument, in pag. 53. is this.
CHAP. XV.
The Examination of Gal. 3. 13. with Deut. 21. 23.
But Mr. Norton in page 93.
SECT. I.
The minor saith Mr. Norton, is the Apostles.
But, saith Mr. Norton, the word [When] is not in the Text, but it is of your own putting in.
But Mr. Norton goes on in page 93. to prove his minor, by the causal particle [For] by which (saith he) the Apostle doth prove the foregoing part of the Text.
SECT. II.
For Mr. Norton saith, That in case the body that was hanged, did con∣tinue unburied till after Sun-set, it caused the whole land to be desi∣led ceremonially.
Conclusion.
SECT. III.
For saith he in p. 95.
But saith Mr. Norton (to avoid manifest blasphemy) Christ was never in Gods hatred.
But yet Mr. Norton makes a great shew for his exposition, by citing Junius, Piscator, Parker, and Mr. Ainsworth; as concurring with his sense, therefore I will make a short Reply.
CHAP. XVI.
SECT. I.
Mr. Norton propounds this Question, in p. 56.
Mr. Norton doth Answer thus,
Mr. Norton in p. 57. doth answer thus.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 57.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 57.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 57.
But saith Mr. Norton still in page 57.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 69.
Conclusion from the Premises.
But, saith Mr. Norton, because the sufferings of the damned differ in some things from the sufferings of Christ, latter Writers chuse ra∣ther to say, That he suffered the punishment of the Elect, who deser∣ved to be damned, then that he suffered the punishment of the damned.
SECT. II.
Mr. Norton in page 62. doth thus answer to the Dialogues Exposition.
Hence it follows,
But saith Mr. Norton in page 63.
But saith Mr. Norton in pag. 63.
But saith Mr. Norton in the former place of p. 63.
Hence two Conclusions do follow.
But Mr. Norton in p. 70. saith.
SECT. IV.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 87.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 88.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 88.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 88.
SECT. 5.
Mr. Norton doth thus answer in p. 64.
The Dialogue saith thus in p. 49.
Mr. Norton doth answer thus in page 63.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 87.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 87.
The third Scripture to bee examined is Rom. 8. 32. God spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all.
The fourth Scripture to bee examined is Act. 2. 23, 24. and Act. 4. 27, 28.
The second Question is this, How came this power of the Devil to bee destroyed?
But saith Mr. Norton in page 70.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 123.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 70.
4 Saith Mr. Norton in page 67. These Authors I not having by mee, cannot examine the Quotations, their words therefore rather better bearing the sense of the Orthodox, than the sense of the Di∣alogue.
And saith hee, Friths other writings call to have it so; namely, to mean it according to Mr. Norton.
Conclusion.
CHAP. XVII.
SECT. I.
Mr. Norton Answers thus in page 78.
But saith Mr. Norton, It hath two contrary significations. First, Because it signifies to help up that which is down, as well as to leave or forsake.
Secondly, Saith Mr. Norton, Azab, signifies to Fortifie, Neh. 3. 8. & 4. 2.
But saith Mr. Norton in the page aforesaid.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 78.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 78.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 79.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 79.
Question I.
2 This interpretation of the manner how God did forsake Christ is strengthned by the concurrence of sundry eminent orthodox Di∣vines.
SECT. II.
Question II.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 79.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 191.
SECT. 3.
Question III.
SECT. 4.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 83.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 83.
Mr. Morton in p. 84. doth thus Answer.
Mr. Norton in p. 84. doth thus Answer.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 84.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 84.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 85.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 169.
1 Athanasius cont. Arianos, Orat. 4. saith,
2 Origen in Joh. Tom. 9. saith,
3 Gregory Nyssenus de Resur. Chr. Orat. 1. saith,
4 Turtullian de Resur. carnis cap. 48. saith thus,
5 Jerom in Mar. 15. saith,
Ibid. ad Hedibiam, Q. 8.
6 Chrysostome in Mat. 27. Homil. 89. saith,
7 Victor of Antioch in Mar. 15. saith,
8 Leo in Ser. 17. de Passi Domini, saith,
9 Fulgentius ad Transimund, lib. 3. saith,
10 Nonius in his Paraphrase on John, on these words, None taketh my soul from me, saith,
11 Beda on these words in Matth. 27. And Jesus crying with a loud voyce sent forth the Spirit, saith,
12 Theophilact in Matth. 27. saith.
13 Lyra in Mat. 27. on these words, Jesus crying again with a loud voyce, sent forth his soul, saith,
14 Austin de Tri. lib. 4. c. 13. saith,
15 Bernard Feria 4. Heb. panosa, saith,
16 Ambros De Incar. Dom. Sacram. c. 5. saith,
17 Eusebius Demon. Evang. l. 1. c. 8. saith,
Ibidem lib. 3. ch. 6.
18 Erasmus in his Paraphrase in Luk. 23. saith,
19 Musculus in Matth. 27. saith,
20 Gualter in Joh. 6. 9. saith,
21 Marlorat on these words in Matth. 27. Jesus crying again with a loud voyce, sent forth his spirit, saith,
22 Mr. Nichols cited in the Dialogue pag. 101. speaks per∣tinently to the judgements of these Divines, and cites Austin con∣curring with him.
27 John Trap in Matth. 27. 46. saith thus,
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 171.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 85, 167, 168.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 162.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 168.
And saith he in page 86.
But saith Mr. Norton in p. 83.
But saith Mr. Norton in page 143.
Conclusions from my several Replyes to the said third Question.
A brief Reply to Mr. Nortons Charge of Heresie; For out of his Heterodoxal Tenents, he doth charge Heresie upon the Dialogue.
3. For denying the Imputation of the sins of the Elect to Christ, and his suffering the punishment due thereunto, contrary to 2 Cor. 5. 21. Gal. 3. 13. Isa. 53. 5, 6.
His second Charge of Heresie runs thus:
His third Charge of Heresie runs thus: For denying the Imputation of Christs obedience unto Justification, contrary to Rom. 4. and Rom. 5. 19. and Phi. 3. 9.
Errata.