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A.E. on Faith as Assurance

Abbot, Robert (1560-1617)

Robert Abbot on the Universal and Sufficient of Redemption of Christ

Adams, Thomas (1583-1652)

Thomas Adams on the Death of Christ

Thomas Adams on John 3:16

Thomas Adams on 1 Timothy 2:4 (with 2 Peter 3:9): An Informal Reference

Thomas Adams on 2 Peter 2:1

Thomas Adams on 2 Peter 3:9

Ainsworth, Henry (1571-1622)

Henry Ainsworth on God’s General and Special Love

Henry Ainsworth on Reprobation

Henry Ainsworth on God’s Conditional Will for the Salvation of All Men (With Reference to 1 Timothy 2:4)

Airay, Henry (1560-1616)

Henry Airay on the Death of Christ

Alexander, Arbibald  (1772-1851)

Archibald Alexander on the Distinction Between Moral and Natural Inability

Alexander, William Lindsay (1808-1884)

William Lindsay Alexander (1808-1884) on Quantitative Equivalency Versus Qualitative Equivalency in the Death of Christ: With Attention to John Owen

Alsted, Johann Heinrich (1588-1638)

Johann Heinrich Alsted (Wetterau Delegate to Dort) on the Death of Christ

Ambrose (337-397)

Saint Ambrose: the Source of an Idea

Ambrose: God Wishes All Men to be Saved, With Reference to Christ Being a Universal Cause of Salvation

Ambrose: God is Good to All, With Reference to John 1:29

Ambrose: The Double Payment Dilemma Legitimately Applied: Informal Reference

Ambrose: Christ Delivered Up For All Men With Reference To Romans 8:32

Ames, William (1576-1633)

William Ames on the Mercy of God

William Ames on Divine Hatred in Reprobation

Amyraut, Moses (1596-1664)

Moses Amyraut on the ordering of the decrees

Moses Amyraut affirms the classic Lombardian distinctions

Moses Amyraut on the Removal of Legal Obstacles

Moses Amyraut on “Conditional Predestination”

Moses Amyraut on God’s Conditional Decree

Moses Amyraut and Paul Testard and the Synod of Alancon on ‘Conditional Will,’ ‘Conditional Decree,’ and ‘Conditional Predestination’

Moses Amyraut on God’s Conditional Will for the Salvation of All Men

Moses Amyraut on Ezekiel 18:23

Annesley, Samuel (1620?-1696)

Samuel Annesley on the General and Special Love of God

Aquinas, Thomas (1225–1274)

Thomas Aquinas on the Death of Christ: Its Nature and Extent

Thomas Aquinas on the Love of God

Thomas Aquinas on Predestination and Reprobation

Thomas Aquinas on Divine Permission of Sin

Thomas Aquinas: God Does Not Will Evil

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Thomas Aquinas on the Sufficiency and Efficiency of Christ’s Death

Thomas Aquinas on 1 Timothy 2:5 and Christ’s Sufficient Universal Redemption

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Thomas Aquinas: Can The Divine Will Be Distinguished into Antecedent and Consequent?

Thomas Aquinas on Conditional Predestination

Thomas Aquinas on 2 Corinthians 5:18-21

Thomas Aquinas on 1 Timothy 2:4

Thomas Aquinas on Hebrews 2:9

Thomas Aquinas on 1 John 2:2

Aretius, Benedictus (1505-1574)

Benedictus Aretius on the Death of Christ

Benedictus Aretius on God as the Lover of Mankind

Benedictus Aretius commenting on 1 Timothy 2:4

Arrowsmith, John (1602-1659)

John Arrowsmith on John 3:16

John Arrowsmith (Westminster Divine) on 2 Peter 3:9

Athanasius (293-373)

Athanasius on the Incarnation

Athanasius on Hebrews 2:9 and 14

Attersoll, William (d. 1640)

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Augustine (354–430)

Augustine on the Death of Christ

Augustine on the Moral-Natural Ability Distinction as Cited by William Twisse (1578–1646)

Augustine on 2 Cor 5:14-15

Babbington, Gervase (1549/50-1610)

Gervase Babbington on General Love: In Relation to Particular Application

Gervase Babbington on Faith as Assurance and Knowledge

Ball, John (1585-1640)

John Ball on the Free Offer of the Gospel

John Ball on Equalency Versus Identity in Christ’s Sufferings

John Ball on John 3:16

John Ball on the Sufficiency and Efficiency of Christ’s Death

Ball, Nathanael (1623–1681)

Nathanael Ball on Christ’s Absolute and Conditional Will

Ball, Thomas (1589/90-1659)

Thomas Ball on John Preston (1587-1628) on Universal Redemption

Balmer, Robert (1787–1844)

Robert Balmer on the Death of Christ: Mediating Between Two Extremes

Robert Balmer on the Free Offer of the Gospel and God’s Will and Desire for the Salvation of All Men

Robert Balmer on the Death of Christ and the Order of Decrees: An Unnecessary Connection

Barlee, William

William Barlee on General Love

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Barnes, Albert (1798-1870)

Albert Barnes on the Distinction Between Atonement and Redemption

Bastingius, Jeremias (1551-1595)

Jeremias Bastingius on the Death of Christ

Jeremias Bastingius on Faith as Assurance

Jeremias Bastingius on the Sufficiency and Efficiency of Christ’s Death

Bates, William (1625-1699)

William Bates on Ezekiel 18:23 and 33:11

William Bates on Hebrews 10:29

William Bates on General and Special Love

Bavinck, Herman (1854-1921)

Herman Bavinck on the Will of God for the Salvation of All Men (With Reference to Ezekiel 18:23-32, 33:11, 1 Timothy 2:4, and 2 Peter 3:9)

Herman Bavinck on the Death of Christ and Common Grace

Herman Bavinck on Common Grace and the Restraint of Sin and Civic Good

Herman Bavinck on Infra- and Supralapsarianism

Herman Bavinck on Reprobation and the Means of Grace

Baxter, Richard (1615-1691)

Richard Baxter on The Death of Christ and Common Grace

Richard Baxter on the Death of Christ and the Purchase of Faith

Richard Baxter on the Sufficiency of Christ’s Death

Richard Baxter on the Covenant With Adam and the Imputation of Original Sin

Richard Baxter on Christ Suffering the Tantundem, Not the Idem of the Law’s Punishment

Richard Baxter on the Synod of Dort and the Death of Christ

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Richard Baxter: The Westminster Confession Was Not Written to Preclude Universal Redemption: By Way of Personal Testimony

Richard Baxter on God’s Conditional Decree

Richard Baxter on God’s Conditional Will

Richard Baxter on the Distinction between Christ’s Antecedent and Consequent Acts and Will With Respect to the Death of Christ

Richard Baxter on God’s Conditional Covenant with All Mankind

Richard Baxter on Calvin on the Extent of the Atonement

Richard Baxter on Hebrews 10:26-29

Richard Baxter on 2 Peter 2:1

Bayne, Paul (d. 1617)

Paul Bayne on Ephesian 2:3

Becon, Thomas (1512–1567)

Thomas Becon on the Death of Christ

Thomas Becon on God Wishing that All Men Be Saved (By Way of Informal References to Ezekiel 18:23 and 1 Timothy 2:4)

Thomas Becon on John 3:16

Beecher, Lyman (1775-1863)

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Bell, Charles

Charles Bell on Calvin and 1 John 2:2

Charles Bell on Calvin and Heshusius

Bellamy, Joseph (1719-1790)

Joseph Bellamy on the Double Jeopardy Fallacy

Joseph Bellamy: A Limited Provision for Sin Precludes an Unlimited Free Offer of the Gospel

Joseph Bellamy on the Antinomian Assumptions of God as Creditor and Sin as Debt

Joseph Bellamy: Limited Atonement and the Argument from Romans 8:32

Bergius, Johannes (1587-1658)

Johannes Bergius on the Death of Christ

Johannes Bergius on God’s Will and Desire for the Salvation of All Men

Berkhof, Louis (1873-1957)

Louis Berkhof on the Will of God for Salvation of All Men

Louis Berkhof on the Goodness of God

Louis Berkhof on the Love of God

Louis Berkhof on the Grace of God

Louis Berkhof on the Mercy of God

Louis Berkhof on the Longsuffering of God

Louis Berkhof on the Rationalist’s Objection to Common Grace

Berkhof acknowledging the change of language in the Sufficient-Efficient formula

Berkouwer, G.C. (1903-1996)

G.C. Berkouwer on Infra- and Supralapsarianism

G.C.Berkouwer on the Covenant of Works

Beverley, Thomas (d. 1702)

Thomas Beverley on the Death of Christ and Common Grace

Binning, Hugh (1627–1653)

Hugh Binning on God’s General Love: With Reference to Matthew 5:44-45

Hugh Binning on Matthew 23:37

Hugh Binning on John 3:16

Hugh Binning on 2 Peter 3:9 and the Long-Suffering of God

Blake, Thomas (1596-1657)

Thomas Blake on Reprobation and the Cause of Sin, by way of William Ames, Franciscus Gomarus, John Prideaux and John Ball

Boettner, Loraine (1901-1990)

Loraine Boettner on 2 Peter 3:9, Ezekiel 33:11, and 1 Timothy 2:3-4

Booth, Abraham (1734-1806)

Abraham Booth on the Sufficiency of Christ’s Death

Boston, Thomas (1676-1732)

Thomas Boston on the Love of God

Thomas Boston on Matthew 23:37

Thomas Boston on John 3:16

Thomas Boston on 1 Timothy 2:4

Thomas Boston on 2 Peter 3:9

Boyce, James P. (1827-1888)

James P. Boyce on the Love of God: General and Special

James P. Boyce on the Removal of Legal Obstacles

a’ Brakel, Wilhelmus (1635-1711)

Wilhelmus a’ Brakel on the Goodness of God

Wilhelmus a’ Brakel on General Love

Wilhelmus a’ Brakel on Common Grace

Wilhemus a’ Brakel on General Mercy

Wilhemus a’ Brakel on the Longsuffering of God

Wilhemus a’ Brakel on the Gracious Call and Gospel Offer

Wilhelmus à Brakel on Election and Reprobation

Breckinridge, Robert J. (1800-1871)

Robert J. Breckinridge on 2 Peter 3:9 in Relation to God’s Will for the Salvation of All Men

Robert J. Breckinridge on the Goodness, Grace and Mercy of God

Robert J. Breckinridge on the Longsuffering of God

Brinsley, John (1600-1665)

John Brinsley on What It Means To “Bear Sin”

Brooks, Thomas (1608-1680)

Thomas Brooks on Christ Suffering the Idem and the Tantundem: A Mediating

Brown, John (of Broughton) (1784–1858)

John Brown of Broughton on the Death of Christ

John Brown of Broughton on God’s Love to the World

John Brown of Broughton on the General and Special Aspects of the Mediation of Christ

John Brown of Broughton on the Removal of legal Obstacles by way of Andrew Robertson

The Exclusivity of the Intercession of Christ and the Argument for Limited Atonement

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John Brown of Broughton (1784-1858) on Calvin (et al) on the Extent of the Atonement

John Brown of Broughton on John 3:16 in Relation to the Free Offer

John Brown of Broughton on John 3:16

John Brown of Broughton on Romans 8:32

Brown, John (of Haddington) (1722-1787)

John Brown of Haddington on God’s Goodness: General and Special

John Brown of Haddington on Divine Reprobation

John Brown of Haddington on Divine Permission

Bruce, F.F. (1910-1990)

F.F. Bruce on Ephesians 2:3

Bucanus, William (d. 1603)

William Bucanus on Unlimited and Limited Redemption

Bucanus on Divine Permission of Sin

William Bucanus (d. 1603) on Faith as Assurance

William Bucanus on the Sufficiency and Efficiency of Christ’s  Death

William Buncanus on the Efficacy of Baptism

Bucer, Martin (1491-1551)

Martin Bucer on General Love

Martin Bucer on Predestination

Martin Bucer on Election

Martin Bucer on Conditional Predestination

Bullinger, Heinrich (1504–1575)

Heinrich Bullinger on Unlimited Expiation and Unlimited Redemption

Heinrich Bullinger on God’s Will that None Perish (with Reference to Ezeliel 18:23 and 2 Peter 3:9)

Heinrich Bullinger on God’s Love to Mankind

Heinrich Bullinger on General and Saving Grace

Heinrich Bullinger on the Longsuffering of God

Heinrich Bullinger on the Wrath of God

Heinrich Bullinger on the Call and Offer of the Gospel

Heinrich Bullinger on the Providence of God

Heinrich Bullinger: The Second Helvetic Confession on Divine Permission of Sin

Heinrich Bullinger: God Does Not Will Evil

Heinrich Bullinger on Faith as a Sure and Steadfast Confidence

Heinrich Bullinger on the Will of the Father and the Will of the Son in the Redemption of the World

Heinrich Bullinger: The Second Helvetic Confession and the Atonement

Heinrich Bullinger on God’s Covenant with Mankind

Heinrich Bullinger on the Efficacy of Baptism

Heinrich Bullinger on John 1:29

Heinrich Bullinger on 1 Timothy 2:4

Heinrich Bullinger on Ephesians 2:3

Bunyan, John (1628-1688)

John Bunyan on the Death of Christ: Unlimited Expiation

John Bunyan on God’s Willingness to Save All Men

John Bunyan on General and Special Love

Burge, Caleb (1782-1838)

Caleb Burge on the Distinction between Pecuniary and Penal Satisfaction

Burgess, Anthony (d. 1644)

Anthony Burgess (Westminster Divine) on Ezekiel 33:11

Burkitt, William (1650-1703)

William Burkitt on Common Grace

William Burkitt on the Universal Tenders of the Gracious Gospel by way of Titus 2:11-12

William Burkitt on Matthew 23:37

William Burkitt on Luke 19:41

William Burkitt on John 3:14-17

William Burkitt on Romans 2:1-5

William Burkitt on 1 Timothy 2:3-5

William Burkitt on Hebrews 2:9 and 14

William Burkitt on 2 Peter 2:1

William Burkitt on 2 Peter 3:9

William Burkitt on 1 John 2:1-2

Byfield, Nicolas (1579-1622)

Nicholas Byfield on the Sufficiency of Christ Death For All