An essay, to defend some of the most important principles in the Protestant reformed system of Christianity, on which the churches of Christ in New-England, were originally founded more especially : the doctrine of Christ's sacrifice and atonement, as being absolutely necessary to the pardon of sin, consistently with God's infinite and unchangeable rectitude : against the injurious aspersions cast on the same, by Jonathan Mayhew, D.D., in his late Thanksgiving sermons on Psal. CXLV. 9 : in which some of the doctor's mistakes, inaccuracies and inconsistencies, are pointed out /
Mayhew, Jonathan, > 1720-1766. > Two sermons on the nature, extent and perfection of divine goodness.
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