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confisls. Infeparable from the Intere of Works in juflification. Danger ofit. Conf rmation of this Reaf n obviating an Objection. The ObjeilionRated. If we be not jig-Wed of what ufe are they, anfwered. Pag. 516. Phil. 3. 8, 9. Heads of Argument from thisTe,ftimony. De(lgn of the Con- text. Righteoufne fP the Foundation of Acceptance with God. A twofold Righteoufneß conßdered by the Apoftle. Oppo(ite unto one another, as unto the efiecial end inquired after. Which of thefe he adhered unto, his own Righteoufneß or the Righteoufneß of God ; declared by the Apoftle with vehemency of fpeech..Rea- fins of his earne.flneßherein. The turning point whereon he left judaifm. The oppofition made unto this Doctrine by the Jews. The weight of the Doctrine and unwillingneß of Men to receive it. His own fenfe of Sin and Grace. Peculiar exprefons ufed in this place, for the Reafons mentioned, concerning Chrift. Con- cerning all things that are our own. The choice to be made on the Cafe Rated , whether we will adhere unto our ow.n Righteoufne , or that of Chrifis, which are incon(Rent as to the end of Ju ti fi'eation. Argument from this place. Exceptions unto this Tefti- mony, and Argument from thence, removed. Our Perfanal Righ- teoufnefs Inherent, the fame with refjiec unto the Law and Goffel. External Righteoufneß only required by the Law, an impious Imagination. Works wrought before Faith only rejeïled. The Exception removed. Righteoufneß before Conver (ion, not in- tended by the Apoftle. Pag. 256. CHAP. XIX. , Objections again, ft the DoClrine of yullification by the. Impu- tation of the Righteoufnefs' of Chrift. Nature of thefe Objections. Difficulty in difcerning aright the fenfe of fome .Men, in this ,Argument. jusiification by Works, the end of all declen(ion from