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Addeddate Pages: The gospel is worthy of all The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation from everyone. That is, faith in Christ as explained in the gospel is required from everyone. Scripture teaches it to be so. And no objection can stand to this point, though many have made objections to it.

The gospel worthy of all acceptation: or, The duty of sinners to believe in Jesus Christ. With corrections and additions. To which is added, an appendix, on the question, whether the existence of any holy disposition of the heart be necessary in order to believing in Christ.

Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. The Gospel worthy of all acceptation: or, The duty of sinners to believe in Item Preview remove-circle. If it were not the duty of unconverted sinners to believe in Christ, and that because of their inability, he supposed this inability must be natural, or something which did not arise from an evil disposition; but the more he examined the Scriptures, the more he was convinced that all the inability ascribed to man, with respect The Duty of Sinners to Believe in.

book believing, arises from the aversion of his heart. If it were Or the duty of uncon- verted sinners to believe in Christ, and that because of their inability, he supposed this inability must be natural, or •onicthing which did not arise from an evil disposition ; but the more he examined the Scriptures, the more he was rotuinced that all the inability ascribed to man, with respect to believing, arises from the aversion of his heart.

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Be the first. If it were not the duty of uncon- verted sinners to believe in Christ, and that because of their inability, he supposed this in- ability must be natural, or something which did not arise from an evil disposition: but the more he examined the scriptures, the more he was convinced that all the mability ascribed to man, with respect to believing, arises from the aversion of his heart.

The gospel, worthy of all acceptation, or, The duty of sinners to believe in Jesus Christ: with corrections and additions: to which is added, an appendix, on the question, whether the existence of any holy disposition of heart be necessary in order to believing in Christ.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Andrew Fuller. The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation, or the Duty of Sinners to Believe in Jesus Christ, By Andrew Fuller Concluding Reflections [p. ] FIRST, Though faith be a duty, the requirement of it is not to be considered as a mere exercise of AUTHORITY, but of INFINITE GOODNESS, binding us to pursue our best interest.

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Chap. ] 3,) and so to render the exercise of mercy, in all the ways wherein sovereign wisdom should determine to apply it, consistent with righteousness (Rom. iii. 25) -- if it be in itself equal to the salvation. Title: The Gospel Worthy Of All Acceptation: Or, The Duty Of Sinners To Believe In Jesus Christ.

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The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation, or the Duty of Sinners to Believe in Jesus Christ By Andrew Fuller, Part II Arguments to Prove that Faith in Christ is the Duty of All Men who Hear, or have Opportunity to hear, the Gospel. 2 days ago  Most of those who may differ from the author on these subjects, it is presumed, will admit the propriety of sinners being exhorted to duty; only this duty must, as they suppose, be confined to merely natural exercises, or such as may be complied with by a carnal heart, destitute of the love of God.

The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation, or the Duty of Sinners to Believe in Jesus Christ, By Andrew Fuller Appendix: On the Question Whether the Existence of A Holy Disposition of Heart be Necessary to Believing [p.

] IT is not from a fondness for controversy that I. ‘ I believe it is the duty of every minister of Christ plainly and faithfully to preach the gospel to all who will hear it; and as I believe the inability of men to spiritual things to be wholly of the moral, and therefore of the criminal kind, and that it is their duty to love the Lord Jesus Christ and trust in him for salvation though they do not; I therefore.

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The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation / Part III; that I recollect, formed into a regular argument. If I understand Mr. Brine, he supposes, First, That all duty is required by the law, either as a rule of life, or as a covenant. Secondly: That all unconverted sinners being under the law as a covenant, whatever the revealed will of God now.

Reviews mostly by Dr Peter Masters. Publisher's note. ‘I believe it is the duty of every minister of Christ plainly and faithfully to preach the gospel to all who will hear it; and as I believe the inability of men to spiritual things to be wholly of the moral, and therefore of the criminal kind, and that it is their duty to love the Lord Jesus Christ and trust in him for salvation though.

It is actually treating God as a liar, and all the blessings of the gospel with contempt: but faith is the opposite of unbelief; therefore, it is not a mere assent of the understanding, but a positive and practical reception of the gospel, actually treating God as the God of truth, and the blessings of the gospel as worthy of all acceptation.

Fuller, Andrew, The Gospel worthy of all acceptation, or, The duty of sinners to believe in Jesus Christ / (Boston: American Doctrinal Tract Society, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Fuller, Andrew, The Gospel worthy of all acceptation, or, The duty of sinners to believe in Jesus Christ / (Philadelphia: Printed by.

The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation / Part I; the duty of unconverted sinners to believe in Christ, cannot fairly be called in question: for, as before said, it is admitted on all hands, that it is the duty of every man to believe what God reveals.

The Good Book. The gospel, worthy of all acceptation, or, The duty of sinners to believe in Jesus Christ by Andrew Fuller. First published in 3 editions. Not in Library Accessible book, Baptists, Christian life, History, Apologetics, Controversial literature.

Inseven years before Fuller’s close friend William Carey, the “Father of Modern Missions,” was sent to India, Fuller wrote The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation, concerning himself with the duty of sinners to believe in Jesus Christ.

If he could prove this duty was the duty of believers, then he could prove the need for God’s. In his most famous work, The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation, Fuller piles text upon text in which unbelievers are addressed with the duty to believe (See Works, Vol., II, pp.

– where most of these texts are explained. See, for example, Psalm n12; Isaiah –7; Jeremiah ; John ; John ; He drew up a defence of his own theological position in The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation, though the first edition of this book was not published until The second edition, which appeared inwas subtitled The Duty of Sinners to Believe in Jesus Christ, a subtitle which well expressed the overall theme of the book.

15 This is a trustworthy saying, worthy of full acceptance: Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am the worst. 16 But for this very reason I was shown mercy, so that in me, the worst of sinners, Christ Jesus might display His perfect patience as an example to those who would believe in Him for eternal life.

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Andrew Fuller (Vols. 2 and 3) The Gospel worthy of all acceptation The duty of sinners to believe in. Soon, Fuller presented Christ’s death and New Testament gospel preaching as opening “a door of hope to sinners of the human race as sinners; affording a ground for their being invited, without distinction, to believe and be saved.

” (, italics original) In this context, Fuller, reflecting on JohnMatthewand John   Fuller’s writings began with the aforementioned Gospel of Worthy of All Acceptation in which he argued that it is the responsibility of all sinners to believe the gospel and the responsibility of all believers to proclaim the gospel to sinners.

This work made Fuller a .The second edition, which appeared inwas subtitled “The Duty of Sinners to Believe in Jesus Christ,” which expressed the overall theme of the book. There were substantial differences between the first and the second editions, but the work’s major theme remained unaltered: “faith in Christ is the duty of all men who hear, or have.

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