Baxter - BT763 B397 1658

TheCONTENTS, different from thefollowing. His fourth Argument of fell' Righteorsfiefi and tattfaitho di'- taons. His Fifth Argument, Works are thefruits, therefore' the condition. .I 28 Hisft'xth Argument. p.132. Hisfeventh Argtsmest. Of a twofoldRighteoufnefs or 7ugifcation. His eight .Argument that cannot, be a conditionof 7uftifi-arion, which it Pelf needeth 7ufttfcation. p.136 .Anfitered. Pauljudgeth them dung. , . P. 1 40 How juftifying faithbelongs to the Law, and the difference be- tween the La* and Gofpel. p I4a More of Chrifts fufferi :g for the violation of the nett" Cove- nant. p.146 Hie ninth Argument, wefill menWith doubt:. P.147- Anfveered. Bis tenth Argument. P.149 Of the rectuciling of Paul and James. p i 50 'c.`` Letters that pall between this ReverendBrother and fife. p. t 57 In whichudifcuffed the Argument fromAbrahams ?tefifica- tien. end in the laß Letter thefe gueft.ons. i. Whether vidcre, audire , be only Grammatical anions, and Phyfical T#lams. P. 194.0Nc z. whether Sei evine be only fo, and credereonly pati. p 198 3. Whether Faith be pa=ve in its Inßrtmentality+. p 207 4: 'rt'hefñ.'r the Oo onents Way make not other Graces as lscpar Inßruments cif 74 ` fication. +.21 I 5. Whether Faith be a probe l;ß(urrsént m fufl.fica:i,n. p.212 6. °seflier.. .13r Faith be an Inflrument, whether it j e/t :fie prinoar iy and proxime as fuck,or as an apprehenfion of Chri cr Righteoufne%s. P.214 7. ose,Rion, 'hich is the more clear,fadeand certain De rire. P 133 Repentance, whether excluded. p.220 p.227 of