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Author: Robertson, William, d. 1686?
Title: ʼIgeret HaMaskil Iggeret hammashkil. Or, An admonitory epistle unto Mr Rich. Baxter, and Mr Tho. Hotchkiss, about their applications (or mis-applications rather) of several texts of Scripture (tending cheifly) to prove that the afflictions of the godly are proper punishments.: Unto which are prefixed two dissertations; the one against Mr. Baxter's dangerous problems and positions, about the immanent acts of Gods knowledge and will, as if any of those could be said (without blasphemy) to begin in God, in time, and not to be eternal as himself is: or, as if God could be said (without derogation to His infinite perfections) to begin to know and will in time, any thing which He did not know and will before, yea from all eternity: the other, both against Mr. Baxter and Mr. Hotchkiss, about their definition of pardon and remission of sins, in opposition to great Doctor Twisse's definition of pardon, as it is in God from all eternity towards his elect in Christ. / By William Robertson, Mr. of Arts from the University of Edenburgh.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: ʼIgeret HaMaskil Iggeret hammashkil. Or, An admonitory epistle unto Mr Rich. Baxter, and Mr Tho. Hotchkiss, about their applications (or mis-applications rather) of several texts of Scripture (tending cheifly) to prove that the afflictions of the godly are proper punishments.: Unto which are prefixed two dissertations; the one against Mr. Baxter's dangerous problems and positions, about the immanent acts of Gods knowledge and will, as if any of those could be said (without blasphemy) to begin in God, in time, and not to be eternal as himself is: or, as if God could be said (without derogation to His infinite perfections) to begin to know and will in time, any thing which He did not know and will before, yea from all eternity: the other, both against Mr. Baxter and Mr. Hotchkiss, about their definition of pardon and remission of sins, in opposition to great Doctor Twisse's definition of pardon, as it is in God from all eternity towards his elect in Christ. / By William Robertson, Mr. of Arts from the University of Edenburgh.
Robertson, William, d. 1686?

London: Printed by J.M. and T.N. for George Sawbridge at the Bible on Ludgate-hill, 1655.
Subject terms:
Twisse, William, -- 1578?-1646
Hotchkis, Thomas
Baxter, Richard, -- 1615-1691
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A91862.0001.001

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TO The right Worthy and Reverend Mr David Dickson, Professor of Theology in the University of Edinburgh: Mr Ro∣bert Douglas, Mr Mungo Law, Mr George Hutchison, Mr John Smith, Mr James Hammilton, Mr Hugh Mackel, Mr Robert Trail, Mr Thomas Garvy, Mr Robert Lawry, Mr John Stirling, &c. Mini∣sters of the Gospel at Edinburgh,
ERRATA.
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UNTO The Learned and Reverend Mr. RICHARD BAXTER, Teacher of the Church at Kederminster in Wor∣cester-shire.
Unto the Learned Mr. THOMAS HOTCHKIS, Preacher at Granton in the County of WILTS.
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