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TRINITARIANS AND CALVINISTS,
DR. WOODS' LETTERS
BY HENRY WARE, D. D.
Hollis Professor of Divinity in the University at Cambridge,
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** Letters addressed to Trinitarians and Calvinists, occasioned by Dr. Woods' Letters to Unitarians. By Hemy Ware, D. D. Hoilis Professor of Divinity in the University at Cambridge."
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W. S. SHAW,
Election.-Alleged misrepresentation considered.-Westminster
Confession.-Dr. Woods' explanations-inconsistent with the
LETTER V. 80–109.
Atonement.-Alleged misrepresentations.-Language of the Or-
thodox not to be understood literally.-Redemption.-Sacri-
fice.-Atonement.-Two natures and one person in Christ.-
Ground of forgiveness.-Value of good works.-Salvation of
LETTER VI. 110–124.
Divine influence.—That which is peculiar to Calvinism to be
distinguished.-General doctrine.—Indirect influence by instruments and means.—Irresistible grace.Objections.-Unitarian views.
LETTER VII. 125-150. Tendency and moral influence of Unitarian and of Trinitarian
views,-generally, -as respects piety to God,-regard for Jesus Christ,-reverence for the Scriptures,-benevolent exertions,--spread of the Gospel.-Motives to activity.Conclusion.