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Qualitative Equivalency Versus Quantitative Equivalency

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Qualitative Equivalency Versus Quantitative Equivalency

  1. Zachary Ursinus (1534–1583) on Qualitative Equivalency in the Death of Christ
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  3. Abraham Clifford (fl. 1642) on on Christ Suffering the Tantundem, Not the Idem of the Law’s Punishment
  4. Joseph Truman (1631-1671) on Christ Suffering the Tantundem, Not the Idem of the Law’s Punishment
  5. Patrick Gillespie (1617-1675) on Christ Suffering the Tantundem, Not the Idem of the Law’s Punishment
  6. Thomas Manton (1620-1677) on Christ Suffering the Tantundem, Not the Idem of the Law’s Punishment
  7. Benjamin Woodbridge (1622-1684) on Christ Suffering the Tantundem, Not the Idem of the Law’s Punishment
  8. Richard Baxter (1615-1691) on Christ Suffering the Tantundem, Not the Idem of the Law’s Punishment
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  10. Herman Witsius (1636-1708) on Christ Suffering the Just Equivalent Not the Idem of the Law’s Punishment
  11. Matthew Henry (1662-1714) on Christ Suffering the Tantundem, Not the Idem of the Law’s Punishment
  12. Daniel Williams (1643?-1716) on Christ Suffering the Just Equivalent Not the Idem of the Law’s Punishment
  13. John Gibbon (1629-1718) on Death of Christ: Penal Not Pecuniary and Tantundem Not Idem
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  15. William Symington (1764-1831): “Exact Equivalency” Voids the Sincere Offer of the Gospel
  16. John Dick (1764-1833) on Christ Suffering the Just Equivalent Not the Quantum of the Law’s Punishment
  17. Ralph Wardlaw (1779-1853) on Quantitative Equivalency Versus Qualitative Equivalency in the Death of Christ
  18. Leonard Woods (1774-1854) on Quantitative Equivalency Versus Qualitative Equivalency in the Death of Christ
  19. William Cunningham (1805-1861) on Christ Suffering the Tantundem, Not the Idem of the Law’s Punishment: With Attention to John Owen
  20. William Lindsay Alexander (1808-1884) on Quantitative Equivalency Versus Qualitative Equivalency in the Death of Christ: With Attention to John Owen
  21. W.G.T. Shedd (1820–1894) on Quantitative Equivalency Versus Qualitative Equivalency in the Death of Christ
  22. Robert L. Dabney (1820-1898) on Quantitative Equivalency Versus Qualitative Equivalency in the Death of Christ
  23. Robert L. Dabney (1820-1898) on Quantitative Equivalency and the Extent of the Satisfaction, With Replies from A.A. Porter and B.M. Palmer (1818-1902)
  24. Alan C. Clifford on Christ Suffering the Tantundem, not the Idem of the Law’s Punishment: Contra John Owen

Mediating

  1. Thomas Brooks (1608-1680) on Christ Suffering the Idem and the Tantundem: A Mediating
  2. Thomas Jacombe (1623-1687) on Christ Suffering the Idem and the Tantundem: A Mediating Position
  3. Edward Polhill (1622-1694) on Christ Suffering the Idem and the Tantundem: A Mediating Position
  4. Samuel Petto (ca. 1624-1711) on Christ Suffering the Idem of the Law’s Punishment

Contra

  1. John Owen (1616-1683) on Christ Suffering the Idem, Not the Tantundem of the Law’s Punishment
  2. George Payne (1781-1848) on John Owen on Christ Suffering the Exact Quantum of Punishment Due to the Elect
  3. John L. Dagg (1794-1884) on Christ Suffering So Much for So Much Sin: Speculation Taking Us Down the Wrong Road
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