|Author:||Plaifere, John, d. 1632.|
|Title:||Appello evangelium for the true doctrine of the divine predestination concorded with the orthodox doctrine of Gods free-grace and mans free-will / by John Plaifere ... ; hereunto is added Dr. Chr. Potter his owne vindication in a letter to Mr. V. touching the same points.|
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Appello evangelium for the true doctrine of the divine predestination concorded with the orthodox doctrine of Gods free-grace and mans free-will / by John Plaifere ... ; hereunto is added Dr. Chr. Potter his owne vindication in a letter to Mr. V. touching the same points.
Plaifere, John, d. 1632., Potter, Christopher, 1591-1646.
London: Printed by J.G. got John Clark, and are to be sold at his shop ..., 1651.
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Free will and determinism.
The Severall Heads handled in this Treatise.
Courteous Reader, these bookes following are Printed for John Clark, and are to be sold at his shop under S. Peters Church in Cornhill.
Appello Evangelium, FOR The true Doctrine of the Divine Predestination, concorded with the Orthodox Doctrine of Gods Free-Grace, and Mans Free-Will.
PART 1. The Introduction or Preface.
CHAP. I. The first Opinion.
Articles approv'd by the right Reverend Lords, John Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, and Richard Lord Bishop of London, and other Divines at Lambeth, the 20. of Novemb. in the year, 1595.
CHAP. II. The second Opinion.
CHAP. 3. The Third Opinion.
There were five Articles controverted in Holland.
Article 1. of Gods Predestination.
Article 2. Of Christs Death.
Article 3. Of Freewill and Grace.
Article 4. Of the manner of working of Gods Grace.
Article 5. Of the Perseverance of Believers.
CHAP. IV. The fourth Opinion.
The Transition to the fifth.
CHAP. V. The fifth Opinion.
CHAP. 6. Anof the fifth Opinion.
As His wisdome and knowledge,
His Universall Grace and Mercy,
His Dominion and soveraign Lordship,
Not of Despaire, For
Not of Presumption, For
The Transition to the second Part.
CHAP. I. Of Gods Knowledge.
CHAP. II. Of the Will of God, and the distinctions thereof.
CHAP. III. Of Providence and Predestination.
CHAP. IV. Of Election and Reprobation.
CHAP. V. The Transition to the third part.
THE THIRD PART.
CHAP. I. Of the Creation.
CPAP. II. Of Gods Government of Man, under the Covenant of Works.
CHAP. III. Of the fall of Man.
And God permitted it,
CHAP. IV. Of the Effects of the Fall.
CHAP. V. Of Gods Government of Man under the Covenant of Grace.
CHAP. VI. Of the dispensation of the Covenant of Grace by calling.
Calling defined, Distributed.
Of the Gentiles before Christ.
Of Calling under the new Testament.
CHAP. VII. Of the Concurrence of the Word and Spirit in Calling.
This Doctrine is to bee examined.
The Word is either the Law, or the Gospell.
CHAP. VIII. Of Conversion.
CHAP. IX. Of Grace.
The Distinctions of Grace.
The Necessity of Grace.
Of the Amplitude, or Ʋniversality of Grace.
Of Free-will. CHAP. X.
Of Freewill to Good.
CHAP. XI. Of Grace and Free will conjunctim.
CHAP. XII. The Solution of the Question of two equally called.
CHAP. XIII. Of Conversion under the termes of a new Creation, Regeneration, the first Resurrection, &c.
CHAP. XIV. The Sum of the Doctrine of Grace and Free-will.
The Article of Freewill.
CHAP. XV. Of Perseverance.
CHAP. XVI. Of the Faith of such as persevere not, or of those that are not elect.
Article 16. Of Sinne after Baptisme.
CHAP. XVII. Of the Persevering Faith of the Elect.
CHAP. XVIII. Of the certainty of Perseverance. Election. Salvation.
CHAP. XIX. Of the last Judgement.
CHAP. XX. An Abridgement of the whole Doctrine of this Booke.
Of the Nature of God chiefly in this matter must be considered with humble Reverence,
Of Gods Dominion.
Irenaeus lib. 2. cap. 34.
CHAP. XXI. An Analysis to the 17th Article Con∣fessionis Anglicanae.
The Preface to the Reader.
Dr. POTTER to Mr. V.