Fourteen Queries and Ten Absurdities

That you may further see how absurd this absurdity you are guilty of is, I shall prove to you these things. 1. That infidelity is a sin. 2. That it is a sin that Christ died for. First, that it is a sin is clear from the Scriptures.

Author: Paul Hobson

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The Extent of the Atonement

20 P. Hobson, Fourteen Queries and Ten Absurdities about the Extent of Christ's Death, the Power of the Creatures, the Justice of God in Condemning Some, and Saving Others, Presented by a Free-Willer to the Church of Christ at Newcastle ...

Author: David L. Allen

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The extent of Christ’s atoning work on the cross is one of the most divisive issues in evangelical Christianity. In The Extent of the Atonement: A Historical and Critical Review, David L. Allen makes a biblical, historical, theological, and practical case for a universal atonement. Through a comprehensive historical survey, Allen contends that universal atonement has always been the majority view of Christians, and that even among Calvinist theologians there is a considerable range of views. Marshalling evidence from Scripture and history, and critiquing arguments for a limited atonement, Allen affirms that an unlimited atonement is the best understanding of Christ’s saving work. He concludes by showing that an unlimited atonement provides the best foundation for evangelism, missions, and preaching.
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Dictionary of Anonymous and Pseudonymous English Literature

Where- unto is added, the Fourteen queries and ten absurdities pretended to be answered by Mr Paul Hobson, but are wholly omitted in his book. [By William Pedelsden.] 4to. Pp. 4. 56. [Bodl.] London, 1657 Epistle dedicatory signed ...

Author: Samuel Halkett

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A Dictionary of the Anonymous and Pseudonymous Literature of Great Britain

Pp . Paul Hobson's pretended answer to the author's Fourteen queries and ten absurdities , with a brief and methodical compendium of the doctrine of the Holy Scriptures , clearing up the riches of God's love to mankinde , and his ...

Author: Samuel Halkett

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A Baptist Bibliography

M. PAUL HOBSON 27-655 Fourteen queries and ten absurdities about the extent of Christs death , the power of the creatures , the justice of God in condemning some and saving ! others , presented by a free - willer ( William Pedelsden ] ...

Author: William Thomas Whitley

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Catalogus Librorum Impressorum Bibliothecae Bodleianae in Academia Oxoniensi

state o HO Lytes HO HO An . 10 HO DET HO HOD HOC HOBSON , ( John ) HODDER , ( James ) 89. ... ou journal logographique ; HOBSON , ( Paul ) Fourteen queries and ten absurdities about the extent of Christ's death , and the nature and ...

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To Follow the Lambe Wheresoever He Goeth

Fourteen Queries and ten Absurdities about the extent of Christ's Death. London: 1655. ———. Innocency, though Under a Cloud, Cleared. London: n.p., 1664. Hoile, D. “The Levellers: Libertarian Radicalism and the English Civil War.

Author: Ian Birch

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ISBN: 9781498209021

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This book explores the doctrine of the church among English Calvinistic Baptists between 1640 and 1660. It examines the emergence of Calvinistic Baptists against the background of the demise of the Episcopal Church of England, the establishment by Act of Parliament of the Westminster Assembly of Divines, and the attempted foundation of a Presbyterian Church of England. Ecclesiology was one of the most important doctrines under consideration in this phase of English history, and this book is a contribution to understanding alternative forms of ecclesiology outside of the mainstream National Church settlement. It argues that the development of Calvinistic Baptist ecclesiology was a natural development of one stream of Puritan theology, the tradition associated with Robert Brown, and the English separatist movement. This tradition was refined and made experimental in the work of Henry Jacob, who founded a congregation in London in 1616 from which Calvinistic Baptists emerged. Central to Jacob's ideology was the belief that a rightly ordered church acknowledged Christ as King over his people. The christological priority of early Calvinistic Baptist ecclesiology will constitute the primary contribution of this study to the investigation of dissenting theology in the period.
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Baptist Women s Writings in Revolutionary Culture 1640 1680

1679) Hobson, Paul, Fourteen Queries and Ten Absurdities [...] Presented by a FreeWiller to the Church of Christ at Newcastle (London: Printed by Henry Hills, 1655) Hollister, Dennis, The Skirts of the Whore Discovered, and the Mingled ...

Author: Rachel Adcock

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317176282

Category: Literary Criticism

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Although literary-historical studies have often focused on the range of dissenting religious groups and writers that flourished during the English Revolution, they have rarely had much to say about seventeenth-century Baptists, or, indeed, Baptist women. Baptist Women’s Writings in Revolutionary Culture, 1640-1680 fills that gap, exploring how female Baptists played a crucial role in the group’s formation and growth during the 1640s and 50s, by their active participation in religious and political debate, and their desire to evangelise their followers. The study significantly challenges the idea that women, as members of these congregations, were unable to write with any kind of textual authority because they were often prevented from speaking aloud in church meetings. On the contrary, Adcock shows that Baptist women found their way into print to debate points of church organisation and doctrine, to defend themselves and their congregations, to evangelise others by example and by teaching, and to prophesy, and discusses the rhetorical tactics they utilised in order to demonstrate the value of women’s contributions. In the course of the study, Adcock considers and analyses the writings of little-studied Baptist women, Deborah Huish, Katherine Sutton, and Jane Turner, as well as separatist writers Sara Jones, Susanna Parr, and Anne Venn. She also makes due connection to the more familiar work of Agnes Beaumont, Anna Trapnel, and Anne Wentworth, enabling a reassessment of the significance of those writings by placing them in this wider context. Writings by these female Baptists attracted serious attention, and, as Adcock discusses, some even found a trans-national audience.
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Underhill E B comp Records of the churches of Christ gathered at Fenstanton Warboys and Hexham 1644 1720

In 1639 he took part in It is entitled , “ Fourteen Queries and forming a baptist church in Crutched Ten Absurdities ; ” and relates to the Friars , and with Mr. Gower signed extent of Christ's death , to predestithe Confession of 1644 ...

Author: Hanserd Knollys Society for the Publication of the Works of Early English and other Baptist Writers

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Records of the Churches of Christ Gathered at Fenstanton Warboys and Hexham 1644 1720

In 1639 he took part in It is entitled , “ Fourteen Queries and forming a baptist church in Crutched Ten Absurdities ; " and relates to the Friars , and with Mr. Gower signed extent of Christ's death , to predestithe Confession of 1644 ...

Author: Edward Bean Underhill

Publisher: London : Printed for the Society by Haddon, Brothers

ISBN: UIUC:30112005610420

Category: Baptist Church in England

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In 1639 he took part in It is entitled , “ Fourteen Queries and forming a baptist church in Crutched Ten Absurdities ; " and relates to the Friars , and with Mr. Gower signed extent of Christ's death , to predestithe Confession 1644 ...

Author: Hanserd Knollys Society for the Publication of the Works of Early English and Other Baptist Writers

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Titles of English Books and of Foreign Books Printed in England 1641 1700

( Hutcheson , G. ) Forty - four queries propounded to all the clergymen . ... ( Daillé , J . ) XL questions concerning the soul . ... ( Burnet , G. ) Fourteen queries and ten absurdities about the extent of Christ's death .

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Saints and Rebels

20 The feud continued in 1655 as a consequence of the publication of Hobson's Fourteen Queries and Ten Absurdities About the Extent of Christ's Death , which attacked the Arminian doctrine of unlimited atonement and the General Baptist ...

Author: Richard L. Greaves

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ISBN: UOM:39015009195630

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Socinianism in Seventeenth century England

14 , 15 ) by a Law that is in their natures were not this so. ... Divine Light manifesting the Love of God unto Election ( 1655 ) and Fourteen Queries and ten Absurdities about the extent of Christ's Death , the power of the creatures ...

Author: Herbert John McLachlan

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The Christology of John Owen

Fourteen Queries and ten Absurdities about the extent of Christ's Death , the powers of the creatures , the justice of God in condemning some , and saving others , presented by a Free - willer to the church of Christ at Newcastle and ...

Author: Richard W. Daniels

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The Puritans are often accused of being weak on Christology. In this revision of his doctoral dissertation for Westminster Theological Seminary, Richard Daniels shows how wrong that assessment is. He plumbs the depths of John Owen's views on Christ, covering His person, natures, offices, and states. Dr. Daniels also relates how Owen taught that believers can have personal communion with Christ. This is a masterful work that will be deeply appreciated by readers who love both the Puritans and their theology. ~ Joel R. Beeke, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan Table of Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Who Do Men Say That I Am? 3. Who Do You Say That I Am? 4. Flesh and Blood Has Not Revealed it unto You" 5. The Doctrine of the Trinity 6. Owen's Proof of the Deity of Christ 7. God's Eternal Counsels 8. Creation and Providence 9. Cur Deus Homo: The Manifestation of the Glory of God 10. Beginning with Moses 11. God was Manifested in the Flesh 12. He Ascended into Heaven 13. A Priest Forever 14. He Who Speaks from Heaven 15. Thy Throne, O God 16. A Christ-Centered Church 17. To Live is Christ 18. Conclusion
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The History of Hitchin

Fourteen queries and ten absurdities about the extent of Christ ' s death and the nature and truth of election . Paul Hobson . ( 507 ) 1658 . A contention for Truth in two several publique Disputations before thousands of people at ...

Author: Reginald Leslie Hine

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