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Printed by J. M'Gowan, 16, Great Windmill Street.

CONTENTS.

TO VOL. II.

Page

The last Check to Antinomianism, a polemical Essay on the twin

doctrines of Christian imperfection and a death purgatory

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Preface

3

Sect. 1.-Christian perfection placed in a proper point of view 7

-2.- Pious Calvinists have had at times nearly the same views

of Christian perfection, which we have

11

-3.-Several objections raised against our doctrine, solved 16

4.-The ninth and fifteenth articles of our Church, are not

contrary to the doctrine of Christian perfection

21

-5.–St. Peter and St. James in favour of Christian perfection 31

-6.–St. Paul preached Christian perfection, and professed

to have attained it

35

-7.-St. Paul was not carnal and sold under sin

43

-8.-An answer to the arguments by which St. Paul's sup-

posed calamity is generally defended

53

-9.–St. Paul's Picture of a perfect Christian

60

-10.–St. Paul is for Cbristian perfection, and not for a death

purgatory

65

-11.—Why the privileges of believers under the go-pel of

Christ, cannot be removed by the experience of believers under

the Mosaic law

-12.—On the absurdity of the twin doctrines, of christian

imperfection, and a death purgatory

76

-13.—On the mischievous doctrines of christian imperfection 84

-14.–An answer to the arguments, by wbich the imperfecti-

onists support the doctrines of the necessary in-dwelling of sin,

in all believers, till they go into death purgatory

90

-15.—The doctrine of Christian perfection is truly evangelical 104

-16.-Distinction between sins and innocent infirmities, is

truly scriptural, and that judicious Calvinists hold it

111

-17.-An address to perfect christian Pharisees

121

-18.- An address 10 prejudiced imperfectionists

126

-19.-An address to imperfect believers, who cordially em-

brace the doctrine of christian perfection

136

sophical necessity

Introduction

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