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Author: Roborough, Henry, d. 1649?
Title: The doctrine of ivstification cleared, by animadversions on Mr. John Goodwins animadversions upon Mr. George Walkers Defence of the true sense of the Apostle, Rom. 4, 3, 5 &c. together with an examination of both parts of his treatise of justification : wherein the imputation of faith in a proper sense is denied, and the imputation of Christs righteousnesse active and passive affirmed, against that treatise / By Henry Robrough ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Roborough, Henry, d. 1649?

London: Printed by R.C. and are to be sold by John Bellamy and Ralph Smith ..., 1643.
Notes:
Errata on final page.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Subject terms:
Goodwin, John, -- 1594?-1665. -- Treatise on justification.
Walker, George, -- 1581?-1651.
Justification.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A57478.0001.001

Contents
title page
To his Worshipfull, loving, and well beloved friends, Alderman Bunce and his loving Consort Mistris Sarah Bunce.
To my Reverend Bre∣thren, the Ministers of Gods Word in the City of London, with all others labouring in that worke of the Lord in other parts of this Kingdome.
The Contents of the first Part.
The Doctrine of Iustification cleared by Animadversions on M. John Goodwins Animadver∣sions upon M. George Walkers Defence of the true sense of the Apostle Rom. 4. 3, 5. &c. con∣taining the two first Chapters of his Treatise of Justification.
An Examination of all the remaining parts of Master John Goodwins Treatise of Justification.
CHAP. III. Containing other proofes from Scripture.
CHAP. IV. A Demonstration from Scripture of the non-im∣putation of Christs Righteousnesse for Justification.
CHAP. V. From Rom. 5. 16, 17. Compared; where
CHAP. VI. Argument 5. P. 84.
CHAP. VII.
CHAP. VIII. The last proofe from Scripture.
CHAP. IX. Argument 1. That righteousnesse of Christ cannot be imputed. Thus,
CHAP. X. 2. Ground, thus.
CHAP. XI. Athird Ground, p. 119.
CHAP. XII. 4. Reasons, p. 136.
CHAP. XIII. 5. and 6. Grounds, p. 145.
CHAP. XIV. 7. Ground, p. 151.
CHAP. XV.
CHAP. XVI. A ninth demonstration is an heape indeed of slanders.
CHAP. XVII. P. 158. 3. Arguments more.
CHAP. XVIII. Three further reasons. Argu. 13.
CHAP. XIX. 5. Further Demonstrations.
CHAP. XX. Containing the 21. 22, 23, & 24. Reasons.
CHAP. XXI. The last Reason.
EXAMINATION of Mr. GOODWINS CONCLUSIONS.
Being Chapter 1 & 2. of his second part.
CHAP. III. DISTINCTIONS.
CHAPT. IIII. Containing EXAMINATION of a Delineation of Juctification in the Causes of it: According to the Conclusions and Distinctions laid downe.
CHAP. V. Wherein SCRIPTURES are cleered, brought for the imputation of Christs Active obedience with their true sense according to the Judgement of the best Expositors of the Protestant Party.
The Application.
Let us now examine your answers.
Let us now heare you.
The next is, 2 Cor. 5 ult.
But lets heare your answer.
Your first Reason.
This you deny.
CHAP, VII. Arguments are proposed (as you ay) an you desire acceptation of Answers elswhere given without repetition.
ERRATA.
2 Part in the Conclusions, Errata.