Calvinist Elixir: It’s A Muddy Mixture

“Who could have imagined, that he, who said so many simple, clear, and striking things with respect to the work of Christ, in opposition to all the pleas of human pride, in the latter half of the sixth dialogue, and almost throughout the whole seventh, would have perplexed himself in the manner he has done in the sixteenth, blending together two things as unfit for mixture as iron and clay? … I Took notice, in my first letter, that Aspasio’s faith needed a variety of subsidiary props, beside the work of Christ to support it” (Sandeman).

Here above Sandeman speaks of Aspasio’s “felicitous inconsistencies.” And we saw in earlier blog posts how Sandeman accounted for these alleged “inconsistencies.” Next Page (8)

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