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ZELOTES AND HONESTUS RECONCILED :

OR,

THE SECOND PART

OF

AN EQUAL CHECK

то

PHARISAISM AND ANTINOMIANISM:

BEING THE FIRST PART

OF THE

SCRIPTURE SCALES :

TO WEIGH THE GOLD OF GOSPEL TRUTH, TO BALANCE A MULTITUDE OF OPPOSITE

SCRIPTURES, TO PROVE THE GOSPEL MARRIAGE OF FREE GRACE AND FREE
WILL, AND RESTORE PRIMITIVE HARMONY TO THE GOSPEL OF THE DAY.

TO ESCRIPTURES, TO

WITH A PREFACE,

CONTAINING SOME STRICTURES UPON THE THREE LETTERS OF RICHARD HILL, ESQ.."

WHICH HAVE BEEN LATELY PUBLISHED.

BY A LOVER OF THE WHOLE TRUTH AS IT IS IN JESU$.

How is the most fine gold changed! Take beed that ye be not deceived; for many shall come

in my naine, saying, "I am Christ," doctrinal: "I am Christ,” moral: but, to the law,
and in the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no
light in them, for at least because] their wine is mixed with water, and their silver is (partly

become dross. "--Bible.
Si non est Dei gratia, quomodo salvat mundum ? Si non est liberum arbitrium, quomodo

judical mundum ?--Aug.

20, feb.03

CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.

I. SCRIPTURE SCALES, TO WEIGH THE GOLD OF GOSPEL TRUTH,

-PART FIRST,-BEING THE SECOND PART OF AN EQUAL CHECK

TO PHARISAISM AND ANTINOMIANISM.

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PREFATORY Epistle-Description of a true Protestant—The author's three

protests, .

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Section I. The cause of the misunderstanding of pious Protestants-View

of the Gospel axioms or weights of the sanctuary, .
II. General observations on God's free grace, and man's free will-Salvation

originally of the former, and damnation of the latter, . .
III. The golden beam of the Scripture scales~ The chains by which they are

suspended, and a rational account of the origin of evil, . . .
IV, Remarks on the terms of the two covenants-Salvation and damnation

have two causes—The glory of Christ, and original merit, balanced

with the importance of obedience and derived worthiness, . . .
V. The importance of faith balanced by that of works, .
VI. The moral law of Christ, and that of Moses, one and the same; and the

Sinai covenant an edition of the covenant of grace, . . . .

VII. The doctrine of the preceding section weighed in the Scripture Scales,

VIII. What is God's work, and what our own—The two are balanced, .

IX. The most wonderful work of free grace, the redemption of the world

balanced with the most wonderful work of free will, the obstinate

neglect of that redemption, . .

X. The doctrine of free graco, and that of free will, farther maintained, 76

XI. A rational and Scriptural view of the ninth chapter to the Romans, .

XII. Of an unconditional election of sovereign grace, and a conditional

election of impartial justice, . . . . . . . . . 109

XIII. A view of St. Paul's doctrine in the first chapter to the Ephesians, . 119

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XII. "The author sums up the opposite errors of Zelotes and Honestus, and ***

invites them to a speedy reconciliation,

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VI. ANSWER TO MR. TOPLADY'S VINDICATION OF THE DECREES.

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