The anatomy of Arminianisme: or The opening of the controuersies lately handled in the Low-Countryes, concerning the doctrine of prouidence, of predestination, of the death of Christ, of nature and grace. By Peter Moulin, pastor of the church at Paris. Carefully translated out of the originall Latine copy

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The anatomy of Arminianisme: or The opening of the controuersies lately handled in the Low-Countryes, concerning the doctrine of prouidence, of predestination, of the death of Christ, of nature and grace. By Peter Moulin, pastor of the church at Paris. Carefully translated out of the originall Latine copy
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Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658.
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London :: Printed by T[homas] S[nodham] for Nathaniel Newbery, and are to be sold at the signe of the Starre vnder Saint Peters Church in Cornehill, and in Popes head Alley,
1620.
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Synod of Dort (1618-1619) -- Early works to 1800.
Arminianism -- Early works to 1800.
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"The anatomy of Arminianisme: or The opening of the controuersies lately handled in the Low-Countryes, concerning the doctrine of prouidence, of predestination, of the death of Christ, of nature and grace. By Peter Moulin, pastor of the church at Paris. Carefully translated out of the originall Latine copy." In the digital collection Early English Books Online 2. https://name.umdl.umich.edu/A69245.0001.001. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed May 26, 2024.

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COurteous Reader, be entreated to take notice of these faults, because they are materiall: The rest may be amended by the prudent Reader. Page 4. line 2. reade people, out of the Pulpit: seeing. p. 13. l. 18 r. offend, God not compelling: But. p. 37. l. 1. r. by well aduised men. l 2. r. by vn∣aduised men. p. 41. l. 1. r. order. We deny not that, &c. l. 3. r. as mans will. p. 54. l. 5. r. thou doest not play. p. 69 l. 30.31. r. euery where receiued. l 32. r. organicall body. p. 72. l. 7 to put sinne into the will. p 83. l. 10.11. repro∣bated: and some are preferred others being neglected. p. 93. l. 22. r. the greatest punishment p 95. l. 27. r. He could not. p. 144. l. 14. r. who will. p. 155. l. 5. r. We are predestinated to faith p. 169 l. 25. r. sence. In his. p. 171. l. 15. r. in order, admit. p. 209. Let this be the title of the 26. Chapter. Of Re∣probation p. 218. l. 7. r. from good. p 223 l 18. r. a token hereof that. p. 246. l. 14. r. of the sonne, is p. 284 l. 7. r. inordinate affections. p. 311. l. 27 r. re∣mainds, if vniuersall sufficient grace be added. p. 348. l. 14. r. this action of the spit it he carryeth. p. 422. l 7. should not change. p. 462, l. 3. r. that by those words. p. 476. l. 27. but may finally.

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