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Gale, Theophilus (1628-1678)

Theophilus Gale on Matthew 23:37

Theophilus Gale on Luke 19:42

Theophilus Gale on Davenant and Amyraut

Theophilus Gale on the Divine Intentionality of the Revealed Will

Gery, Thomas (d. 1670?)

Thomas Gery on the Death of Christ

Gibbon, John (1629-1718)

John Gibbon on Death of Christ: Penal Not Pecuniary and Tantundem Not Idem

Gillespie, Patrick (1617-1675)

Patrick Gillespie on Christ Suffering the Tantundem, Not the Idem of the Law’s Punishment

Godfrey, W. Robert

W. Robert Godfrey and the Path to Compromise at Dort

The Delegates from Hesse on the Death of Christ

The Delegates from Gelderland on the Death of Christ

Goodwin, John (1594-1665)

John Goodwin on Calvin on the Extent of the Atonement

Gouge, Thomas (1605-1681)

Thomas Gouge Direct References and Allusions to Romans 2:4

Greenhill, William (1591-1671)

William Greenhill on Ezekiel 18:23, 32 and 33:11

Griffin, Edward D. (1770-1837)

Edward D. Griffin on the Double Payment Fallacy

Edward D. Griffin on the Danger of Conflating Pecuniary and Penal Categories

Edward D. Griffin on the Distinction Between Atonement and Redemption

Edward D. Griffin on Calvin on the Extent of the Atonement

Edward D. Griffin on John 3:14-15

Grohman, Donald D.

Donald Grohman on Dort and the 1649 Genevan Articles

Donald Grohman on Turretin on Amyraut as Reformed

Grudem, Wayne

Wayne Grudem on God’s Will and Desire for the Salvation of all Men

Gualther, Rudolph (1519-1586)

Rudolph Gualther on the Death of Christ

Rudolph Gualther on the Will of God

Rudolph Gualther on Baptism: An informal Comment

Haldane, Robert (1764-1842)

Robert Haldane on the Distinction Between Moral and Natural Inability

Hales, John (1584-1656)

John Hales, English Chaplain at Dort

Hall, Addison (1797-1871)

Addison Hall on the Distinction Between Atonement and Redemption

Hall, Joseph (1574–1656)

Bishop Joseph Hall on Predestination and the Death of Christ

Bishop Joseph Hall on “Conditional Decree” and “Will” in Early Reformation Theology

Halyburton, Thomas (1674-1712)

Thomas Halyburton on the Free Offer of the Gospel

Hardy, Nathanael (1618-1670)

Nathanael Hardy on the Death of Christ

Nathanael Hardy on General Love

Nathanael Hardy on the Sufficiency and Efficiency of Christ’s Death

Nathanael Hardy on 2 Peter 2:1 and Jude 4

Nathanael Hardy on 1 John 2:2

Nathanael Hardy on Conditional Satisfaction (Contra the Double-Payment dilemma)

Nathanael Hardy on the Covenant

Harmon, Matthew Paul

Matthew Harmon on Amyraut on ‘General  Conditional Election’

Harris, Robert (1581-1658)

Robert Harris (Westminster Divine) on Common and Saving Grace

Robert Harris Westminster Divine, on God’s Long-Suffering

Haykin, Michael

Jerome (347-420) on the Death of Christ

Ambrose (337-397): The Double Payment Dilemma Legitimately Applied: Informal Reference

Hendriksen, William (1900-1982)

William Hendriksen on Matthew 23:37

William Hendriksen on John 3:16

William Hendriksen on 1 Timothy 2:1-7

Henry, Matthew (1662-1714)

Matthew Henry on the Universal Redemption of Mankind

Matthew Henry on Christ Suffering the Tantundem, Not the Idem of the Law’s Punishment

Matthew Henry on Psalm 81:13

Matthew Henry on Ezekiel 18:23, 32; and 33:7-9 and 11

Matthew Henry on 2 Corinthians 5:19-21

Matthew Henry on 1 Timothy 2:1-6 and from The Matthew Henry Commentaries

Matthew Henry (1662-1714) on 2 Peter 3:9 with Ezekiel 33:11

Heppe, Heinrich (1820-1879)

Heinrich Heppe and the Reformed Doctrine of General Love

Heinrich Heppe:  Some Early References to the Reformed Doctrine of Common Grace

Heinrich Heppe: The Reprobate Are Not Denied Common Grace

Heinrich Heppe’s Summary of the Reformed Doctrine of Reprobation

Heinrich Heppe Divine Permission of Sin as Standard Reformed Doctrine

Heinrich Heppe’s brief survey of the Sufficient-Efficient formula

Hibbert, Henry (1601/2-1678)

Henry Hibbert on the Mercy of God

Hickman, Henry (d. 1692)

Henry Hickman on Universal Redemption in the Church of England, with reference to the Synod of Dort, Ussher and Davenant

Hilary of Poitiers (300-368)

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Hobson, Paul (d. 1666)

Paul Hobson on the Death of Christ

Hodge, A.A. (1823-1886)

A.A. Hodge on Common and Effectual Grace

A.A. Hodge on Supra-Lapsarianism

A.A. Hodge on God’s Permission of Sin and Evil

A.A. Hodge on the revision of the Sufficient-Efficient formula

A.A. Hodge on the Removal of Legal Obstacles

A.A. Hodge (1823-1886) on the Imputation of Sin to Christ

A.A. Hodge on Pecuniary and Penal Satisfaction

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A.A. Hodge on the Covenant of Works as a Covenant of Grace

A.A. Hodge on the atonement and its modification in confessional theology due to the rise of Federal Theology

A.A. Hodge on 1 Timothy 2:4 and Ezekiel 18:23

Hodge, Charles (1797-1878)

Charles Hodge on the Death of Christ

Charles Hodge on the Love of God: General and Special

Charles Hodge on Common Grace

Charles Hodge on the General Mercy of God

Charles Hodge on The Universal and Free Offer of the Gospel

Charles Hodge on the Work of the Trinity in the Work of Salvation

Charles Hodge on  the Sufficiency of Christ’s Satisfaction: As Classically Defined

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Charles Hodge on the Removal of Legal Obstacles

Charles Hodge on Pecuniary and Penal Satisfaction and the Role of Metaphor

Charles Hodge on the Double Payment/Double Jeopardy Fallacy

Charles Hodge on the Extent of the Atonement and Confessional Diversity (WCF) and the Reformed Tradition

Charles Hodge on John 3:16

Charles Hodge on Ephesians 3:9-10

Charles Hodge on 1 Timothy 2:4

Charles Hodge on 1 John 2:2

Hodgson, Francis (1805-1877)

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Holland, Henry (1555/6-1603)

Henry Holland on God’s General Love: Informal Reference

Holland, Hezekiah (1638-1661)

Hezekiah Holland on the Revised Sufficient-Efficient Formula

Holmes [Homes], Nathanael (1599-1678)

Nathanael Holmes on the Death of Christ

Nathaniel Holmes on John 17:9

Hooker, Richard, (1554-1600)

Richard Hooker on the Death of Christ (Select Comments)

Hooper, John (d. 1555)

John Hooper on the Death of Christ

John Hooper on the Father and the Son in the Work of Redemption

John Hooper on the Death of Christ in His Brief and Clear Confession of the Christian Faith

Hovey, Alvah (1820-1903)

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Alvah Hovey on Divine Benevolence

Alvah Hovey on the Distinction Between Atonement and Redemption

Alvah Hovey on John 3:16-17

Alvah Hovey on John 17:9

Howe, John (1630-1705)

John Howe on the Redemption of Christ

John Howe on God’s Disposition to Lost Sinners by way of Luke 19:41

John Howe on John 3:16

John Howe on God willing the salvation of all men (Ezekiel 18:32, 1Timothy 2:4, 2 Peter 3:9, John 3:16 etc)

John Howe on God willing the salvation of all men

Hufsey, J

J. Hufsey on the Riches of God’s Love to Mankind

J. Hufsey on John 3:16

Hughes, Obadiah, (The Older) (d. 1704)

Obadiah Hughes, The Elder, on the Death of Christ (From the Matthew Poole Commentaries)

Obadiah Hughes on Hebrews 2:9 and 14 from the Poole Commentaries

Obadiah Hughes on the Removal of Legal Obstacles

Hughes, Obadiah, (The Younger) (1695-1751)

Obadiah Hughes on the General Love of God: An Informal Reference

Obadiah Hughes on Ezekiel 33:11 (Informal Reference)on Ezekiel 33:11 (Informal Reference)

Hulse, Erroll

Erroll Hulse on God’s Love and Will For the Salvation of All Men

Humfrey, John (1621-1719)

John Humfrey on the Death of Christ

John Humfrey on Common and Special Grace

John Humfrey on John 3:16

John Humfrey on The Work of the Trinity in the Work of Redemption

John Humfrey on the Death of Christ and the Purchase of Faith

Hutchinson, Roger  (d. 1555)

Roger Hutchinson on the Mercy of God

Hyperius, Andreas (1511-1564)

Andreas Hyperius on God’s Desire that all Men be Saved

Andreas Hyperius on God’s Providential Love to Mankind

Andreas Hyperius on the Definition of Faith

Andreas Hyperius on the Efficacy of Baptism