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But he subsequently forsook them , and accepted an invitation to his old station ,
Louvain , and the Professorship there , and obtained the lucrative dignity of Dean
of Hilverbeck . He became eminent as a Controversial . ist on the side of the ...
Christ Jesus is , therefore , the Redeemer and Saviour of all men causally , as the
Schoolmen say , that is , by instituting and supplying a sufficient cause , ordained
and accepted by God , for expiating the sins of all those who are willing to ...
Therefore no injustice is done to those persons who are punished by God after
the ransom was accepted for the sins of the human race , because they offered
nothing to God as a satisfaction for their sins , nor performed that condition ,
Conditional ; when the price is accepted , not that it may be paid immediately ,
and the captive be restored to liberty ; but that he should be delivered under a
condition if he should first do something or other . When we say that Christ died ...
But through the death of Christ having been accepted by God as a ransom , now
it is lawful for any man in . discriminately to ascend into heaven by belicving , as
the Apostle shews in Romans iii . 21 to 26 ; and Christ himself , Mark xvi . 15 , Go
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