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CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.
I. INQUIRY INTO THE FREEDOM OF THE WILL.
Sect. I, God's moral excellency necessary
11. Christ's Volitions necessarily holy, &c.
. Moral Necessity and Inability consistent
iv. Commands consistent with Moral Inability
v. Sincerity of Desires and Endeavours
vi. Indifference inconsistent with Virtue
VII. Arminian Notions of Moral Agency, &c.
PART IV. On the Chief Grounds of the Reasoning of Arminians.
Sect. 1. Of the Essence of Virtue and Vice
11. Arminian Notion of Action, false
m. Calvinism not against Common Sense
PART III. Evidence of the Doctrine from Redemption by Christ.
CHAP. I. Proofs from Redemption by Christ
II. Proof from Application of Redemption
PART IV. Containing Answers to Objections.
CHAP. I. The Objection from the nature of Sin
IJ. God not the Author of Sin
III. The imputation of Adam's sin stated
IV. Several other objections answered