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A FURTHER EXPLICATION OP THE DOCTRINE OF ORIGINAL SIN.
Of the Fall of Adam, and the Effects of it upon him and us
Adam's Sin is in us no more than an imputed Sin, and how it is so
The Doctrine of the Ancient Fathers was, that Free-will remained
in us after the Fall .
Adam's Sin is not imputed to us to our Damnation
The Doctrine of Antiquity in this whole Matter .
An Exposition of the Ninth Article of the Church of England con-
cerning Original Sin; according to Scripture and Reason
How far an unregenerate Man may go in the Ways of Piety and
The Character of the Regenerate Estate, or Person
What are properly and truly Sins of Infirmity, and how far they can
consist with the Regenerate Estate
Practical Advices to be added to the foregoing Considerations
OF THE EFFECT OF REPENTANCE, viz., RemisSION of sins.
Of the Difficulty of obtaining Pardon: the Doctrine and Practice of
the Primitive Church in this Article
Of the Sin against the Holy Ghost; and in what Sense it is or may
OP ECCLESIASTICAL PENANCE ; OR, THE FRUITS OP REPENTANCE.
Parts of Repentance
Of Contrition, or godly Sorrow
Of the Natures and Difference of Attrition and Contrition
Attrition, or the imperfect Repentance, though with Absolution, is
A Vindication of the Glory of the Divine Attributes in the Question
of Original Sin
An Answer to a Letter written by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop
of Rochester; concerning the Chapter of Original Sin, in the
• Unum Necessarium'
The Bishop of Rochester's Letter to Dr. Taylor : with an Account of
the Particulars there given in charge
OF THE REAL PRESENCE OF CHRIST IN THE
State of the Question
Transubstantiation not warrantable by Scripture
Of the Sixth Chapter of St. John's Gospel
Considerations of the Manner and Circuinstances and Annexes of
Of the Arguments of the Romanists from Scripture
Arguments from other Scriptures, proving Christ's real Presence in
the Sacrament to be only spiritual, not natural