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Author: Troughton, John, 1637?-1681.
Title: Lutherus redivivus, or, The Protestant doctrine of justification by Christ's righteousness imputed to believers, explained and vindicated. Part II: by John Troughton, Minister of the Gospel, sometimes Fellow of S. John's Coll. in Oxon ... [quotation, Augustine. Epist. 105].
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Lutherus redivivus, or, The Protestant doctrine of justification by Christ's righteousness imputed to believers, explained and vindicated. Part II: by John Troughton, Minister of the Gospel, sometimes Fellow of S. John's Coll. in Oxon ... [quotation, Augustine. Epist. 105].
Troughton, John, 1637?-1681.

London: Printed by Sam. Lee near Popes-Head-Alley in Lumbard- Street, 1678.
Subject terms:
Justification (Christian theology)
Protestantism
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A94870.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE PREFACE TO THE READER.
Lutherus Redivivus: OR, The Protestant Doctrine of Justifica∣tion by Christ's Righteousness imputed to Believers, Explained and Vindicated.
CHAP. I. The Nature of Justification explained, and that it is not a meer forgiving of Sin.
CHAP. II. The Imputation of Christ's Righteousness to Believers explained and proved.
Argument 1.
Argument 2.
CHAP. III. More Arguments to prove the Imputati∣on of Christ's Righteousness to us.
Argument 3.
Argument 4.
Argument 5.
Argument 6.
Argument 7.
CHAP. IV. An Answer to the Arguments against the Imputation of Christ's Righteousness.
The First Argument is:
CHAP. V. The adverse Opinion propounded and examined: Pelagius and Armi∣nius the Authors of it.
CHAP. VI. This Doctrine overthroweth Christ's Merit and Satisfaction.
CHAP. VII. Of the Nature of Faith, that it justi∣fieth as an Instrument applying the Promises of life in Christ, and not as a Condition or Part of Obedience.
Argument 1.
Argument 2.
Argument 3.
Argument 4.
Argument 5.
Argument 6.
Argument 7.
Argument 8.
CHAP. VIII. Objections against this Doctrine answered.
CHAP. IX. That Faith doth not justifie as a Conditi∣on, and that it doth not justifie as be∣lieving in Christ, as King and Pro∣phet as well as Priest.
The First Argument.
Argument 2.
Argument 3.
Argument 4.
Argument 5.
Argument 6.
Argument 7.
CHAP. X. An Answer to the Arguments for Obe∣dience being the Condition of Justifi∣cation.
Argument 2.
Argument 3.
Argument 1.
Argument 2.
Argument 3.
Argument 4.
Argument 5.
Argument 6.
Argument 7.
Argument 8.
Argument 9.
Argument 10.