The Doctrine of Eternal Election and Reprobation
In Eleven Chapters.
Wherein the most material objections made by the opposers of
this doctrine, are fully answered; several doubts removed,
and sundry cases of conscience resolved.
The difference between being reprobated and being appointed to
condemnation; reprobation not the cause of sin or of condemnation.
By J O H N. B U N Y A N of Bedford,
L O N D O N,
Printed for G. L., and are to be sold in
Turn-stile-alley, in Holbourn, 1674. (ca. 1674)
|Chapter 1||That there is a Reprobation.|
|Chapter 2||What Reprobation is.|
|Chapter 3||Of the Antiquity of Reprobation.|
|Chapter 4||Of the Causes of Reprobation.|
|Chapter 5||Of the Unchangeableness of Eternal Reprobation.|
Whether to be Reprobated be the same with being Appointed beforehand unto Eternal Condemnation? If not, how do they Differ? Also whether Reprobation be the Cause of Condemnation?
|Chapter 7||Whether any under Eternal Reprobation have Just Cause to Quarrel with God for not Electing of them?|
Whether Eternal Reprobation in itself, or in its Doctrine, be in very deed an Hindrance to any Man in seeking the Salvation of his Soul?
|Chapter 9||Whether God would in deed and in truth that the Gospel, with the Grace thereof, should be tendered to those that yet he hath bound up under Eternal Reprobation?|
|Chapter 10||Seeing, then, that the Grace of God in the Gospel is by that to be Proffered to Sinners as Sinners, as well to the Reprobate as the Elect, is it possible for those who indeed are not Elect to Receive it and be Saved?|
|Chapter 11||Seeing it is not possible that the Reprobate should receive this Grace and live, and also seeing this is infallibly Foreseen of God, and again, seeing God hath -
Foredetermined to suffer it so to be, why doth he yet Will and Command that the Gospel, and so Grace in the general tenders thereof, should be proffered unto them?
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