Baxter - Houston-Packer Collection BT70 .B397 1675

Catholick Theology : The Second BOOK. SYNODISTS and ARMINIANS The CALVINISTS andLUTHERANS Reconciled: DOMINICANS and JESUITES O R, AN END OF THE CONTROVERSIES ABOUT GODS DECREES and GRACE, and MANSFREE-WILL, MERIT, &c. Ifmen are willing. A RETREAT TO THE MILITANT DIVINES, WHO HAVE TOO LONG WARRED ABOUT WORDS, and UNREVEALED THINGS; and KEPT THE CHURCH OF GOD IN FLAMES , and DRAWN CHRISTS MEMBERS TO HATE , REPROACH and PERSECUTE EACH OTHER FOR THEY KNEW NOTWHAT. Ina Dialogue between C. (a Calvin) A. (an Arminian) and B. (the Reconciler) : and others. By Iichard Baxter: Tim. 2. 14, 15, 16. Of thefe put them in remembrance, charging them before the Lord, that they firive not about words, to no profit, but to thefubverting of the hearers. Study to Them thyPelf approved unto God, a Workman that needeth not to be 'afhamed, rightly dividing the word of Truth. But Ant prophaneand vain bablings 5 for they will encreafe unto more ungodlinefs : and their word will eat as doth a Canker. LO JDOAC: Printed for Levil Simmons at the Princes cArms inSt. Pauls Church-Tard. 1675.