In a personal letter to his friend, John Ryland, written on April 28, 1815, Andrew Fuller gave full vexation to his spirit in response to some critiques he and others had received concerning their high esteem for one Jonathan Edwards. 92 more words
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Matthew Barrett, Salvation by Grace, Presbyterian and Reformed, 2013, p 78.
“Hoeksema argues that there can be no well meant offer of the gospel, which would imply and desires the salvation of the nonelect, for Scripture is clear that God determines to harden the hearts of the nonelect, not to save them. 1,566 more words
Andrew Fuller argued that guilt, as punishment for sin, is non-transferrable. Fuller used an illustration in which an innocent man offered to take the punishment of a guilty man. 501 more words