|Author:||Smith, Matthew, 1650-1736.|
|Title:||The true notion of imputed righteousness, and our justification thereby being a supply of what is lacking in the late book of that most learned person bishop Stillingfleet, which is a discourse for reconciling the dissenting parties in London; but dying before he had finished the two last and most desired chapters thereof, he hath left this main point therein intended, without determination. By the Reverend M.S. a country minister.|
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The true notion of imputed righteousness, and our justification thereby being a supply of what is lacking in the late book of that most learned person bishop Stillingfleet, which is a discourse for reconciling the dissenting parties in London; but dying before he had finished the two last and most desired chapters thereof, he hath left this main point therein intended, without determination. By the Reverend M.S. a country minister.
Smith, Matthew, 1650-1736.
London: printed for Tho. Parkhurst, at the Bible and Three Cranes, near Mercers-Chappel in Cheapside, 1700.
M.S. = Matthew Smith.
"A defence of the foregoing doctrine, against some glowing oppositon, among neighbours, ministers, and others" has separate dated title page; register and pagination are continuous.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Stillingfleet, Edward, -- 1635-1699 -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
THE EPISTLE TO THE READER.
THE AUTHOR TO THE READER.
THE TRUE NOTION OF Imputed Righteousness, AND OUR Justification thereby, &c.
SECT. I. The Subject Matter proposed.
SECT. II. How the Imputation of Christ's Righteousness is to be held, and how not.
SECT. III. Scripture to prove the Imputation of Faith, and an Answer to such Texts as are alledged for Impu∣tation of Christ's Righteousness.
SECT. IV. Reasons against the Imputation of Faith, and for the Imputation of Christ's Righteousness answered.
SECT. V. The Nature of Gospel Justification farther opened.
SECT. VI. Justification described, and made good, partly in this, and partly in the Sections ensuing.
SECT. VII. Wherein Pardon and Justification agree, and wherein they disagree.
SECT. VIII. How our right to Pardon and Life is through Christ, and how he is our Surety, and hath pro∣cured the New Covenant for us.
SECT. IX. Faith described and explicated, in order to our Justification by it.
SECT. X. Concerning resting in Duty, Pride, of Grace, and an unopperative Faith, with some sensible concluding Instructions thereupon.
A DEFENCE OF THE Foregoing Doctrine, Against some glowing Op∣position among Neigh∣bours, Ministers, &c.