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Author: Warren, Thomas, 1616 or 17-1694.
Title: Vnbeleevers no subjects of iustification, nor of mystical vnion to Christ,: being the sum of a sermon preached at New Sarum, with a vindication of it from the objections, and calumniations cast upon it by Mr. William Eyre, in his Vindiciæ justificationis. Together with animadversions upon the said book, and a refutation of that anti-sidian, and anti-evangelical errour asserted therein: viz. the justification of infidels, or the justification of a sinner before, and without faith. Wherein also the conditional necessity, and instrumentality of faith unto justification, together with the consistency of it, with the freness of Gods grace, is explained, confirmed, and vindicated from the exceptions of the said Mr. Eyre, his arguments answertd [sic], his authorities examined, and brought in against himself. By T. Warren minister of the Gospel at Houghton in Hampshire.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Vnbeleevers no subjects of iustification, nor of mystical vnion to Christ,: being the sum of a sermon preached at New Sarum, with a vindication of it from the objections, and calumniations cast upon it by Mr. William Eyre, in his Vindiciæ justificationis. Together with animadversions upon the said book, and a refutation of that anti-sidian, and anti-evangelical errour asserted therein: viz. the justification of infidels, or the justification of a sinner before, and without faith. Wherein also the conditional necessity, and instrumentality of faith unto justification, together with the consistency of it, with the freness of Gods grace, is explained, confirmed, and vindicated from the exceptions of the said Mr. Eyre, his arguments answertd [sic], his authorities examined, and brought in against himself. By T. Warren minister of the Gospel at Houghton in Hampshire.
Warren, Thomas, 1616 or 17-1694.

London: Printed by E.T. for John Browne at the sign of the Acron in Pauls Church-yard, 1654.
Subject terms:
Sermons, English
Justification (Christian theology)
Eyre, William, -- 1612 or 13-1670. -- Vindiciæ justificationis gratuitæ
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A97227.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Right VVorshipfull, Mr. Mayor, The Court of Alder∣men, and Common Councell of the City of New-sarum, Grace and Peace from JESUS CHRIST.
TO THE Christian Reader.
errata
imprimatur
A Christless-estate A HOPELESSE-ESTATE.
JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH, OR UNBELIEVERS, NO SUBJECTS OF Justification.
CHAP. I. Being a Vindication of my Sermon preached at N. Sarum, shewing that Union to Christ, and Justification by Christ is not Antecedent to Faith.
CHAP. II. Containing a Vindication of my Argument drawn from the Parallel between the first and the se∣cond Adam, shewing that as no man is ly∣able to condemnation by the first Adam, but such as are in him by natural generation, de∣scending from him; so no man is freed from condemnation, till they be in Christ by super∣natural and spiritual regeneration.
CHAP. III. Containing an answer to M. Eyre's exceptions against my Argument deduced from our union with Christ, shewing that where there is no union, there can be no communion; his unjust charge refuted, and the nature of our union with Christ fur∣ther declared.
CHAP. IV. Shewing four material differences between us, and M. Eyre, wherein he hath departed from the Orthodox faith, concerning the Doctrine of free Justification of a sinner through Faith in Christ, reduced unto four several Questions, which are in this Chapter clearly stated.
CHAP. V. Containing a brief description of M. Eyre's opini∣on, shewing wherein he departeth from the Or∣thodox faith, together with a brief Synopsis of the several errors, unsound opinions, and selfe-contradictions, that he hath intangled himselfe in, in the defending of his errour of eternall Justification.
CHAP. VI. Proving that we are not justified from Eternity.
CHAP. VI. Shewing that a man is not justified actually from the time of Christs death.
CHAP. VIII. Shewing that we are justified by faith, and that when the Scriptures speak of Justification by Faith, it doth not understand it only declara∣tively, but really in the sight of God, nor ob∣jectively excluding the act, and the instrumen∣tality of Faith is proved.
CHAP. IX. Shewing how weakly he hath defended himselfe against the charge of Antinomianisme, and likewise manifesting that the Authors brought by him in defence of his Errour, do some in the same place, and most of them joyntly bring in evidence against his cause.
CHAP. X. Containing a vindication of such Scriptures as are brought by Mr. Woodbridge for Justification by faith, and mis-interpreted by Mr. Eyre, together with an answer to such Scriptures as he hath brought to defend his Errour of Justification an∣tecedent unto faith.
CHAP. XI. Containing an answer to those Arguments Master Eyre hath brought to prove the antecedency of Justification to faith, that we are actually reconciled from the time of Christs death, and that faith is not an antecedent condition of Justification.
A Postscript of the Authour by way of advertisement to the Reader.