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THE REV. JOSEPH BELLAMY, D. D.
LATE OF BETHLEM, CONNECTICUT.
IN THREE VOLUMES.
PUBLISHED BY STEPHEN DODGE.
PRINTED BY J. SEYMOUR, NO. 49, JOHN-STREET.
A Vindication of the Wisdom of God in the Permission of Sin, in answer to a pamphlet, entitled, “An Attempt," &c.
A Dialogue between A. the author of the "Attempt," and B. the author of the Sermons on the Wisdom of God, &c.
Theron, Paulinus, and Aspasio, or, Letters and Dialogues upon the na-
The Wisdom of God in the Permission of Sin.
An Essay on the Nature and Glory of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, &c. designed as a supplement to the Author's Letters and Dialogues, on the nature of Love to God, Faith in Jesus Christ, and assurance of a title to eternal Life.
Sect. I. A general view of the nature of the Gospel,
II. A general view of the glory of the Gospel,
III. The Divine Law, holy, just, and good, a glorious law antece-
Sect. IV. The design of the Mediatorial Office and work of Christ, was to do honour to the divine Law,
V. Sin an infinite Evil,
VI. Vindictive Justice an amiable perfection in the Deity; a beau-
VII. God, who is the supreme, all-sufficient good, can, consistently
VIII. Repentance is before forgiveness,
IX. The nature and effects, the cause and cure, of a self-righteous
X. The nature and consequences of Spiritual blindness; and how
XII. The effects of Divine Illumination,