APA Citation

Fearon, J. (1706). Absolute predestination not scriptural: Or some queries upon a doctrine which I heard preach'd 1674. to a people call'd Independents, at Cockermouth in Cumberland, viz. That the Covenant and Decree were made between God and Christ from Eternity, concerning Man's Predestination, or Election; and that those whom God was pleas'd to make Choice of then, must be Sav'd, Man having no Hand therein. The plain Consequence of which doctrine is, That those who were not then Elected, cannot possibly be Sav'd; but by an Absolute Decree of Reprobation, or Non-Election, must unavoidably perish, notwithstanding all that Christ hath Done and Suffer'd, and is doing by his Grace and Holy Spirit for the Salvation of Mankind. By Jane Fearon. London: printed, and sold by T. Sowle, in White-Hart-Court, in Gracious-Street.

Chicago Style Citation

Fearon, Jane. Absolute Predestination Not Scriptural: Or Some Queries Upon a Doctrine Which I Heard Preach'd 1674. to a People Call'd Independents, At Cockermouth in Cumberland, Viz. That the Covenant and Decree Were Made between God and Christ From Eternity, Concerning Man's Predestination, or Election; and That Those Whom God Was Pleas'd to Make Choice of Then, Must Be Sav'd, Man Having No Hand Therein. The Plain Consequence of Which Doctrine Is, That Those Who Were Not Then Elected, Cannot Possibly Be Sav'd; but By an Absolute Decree of Reprobation, or Non-Election, Must Unavoidably Perish, Notwithstanding All That Christ Hath Done and Suffer'd, and Is Doing By His Grace and Holy Spirit for the Salvation of Mankind. By Jane Fearon. London: printed, and sold by T. Sowle, in White-Hart-Court, in Gracious-Street, 1706.

MLA Citation

Fearon, Jane. Absolute Predestination Not Scriptural: Or Some Queries Upon a Doctrine Which I Heard Preach'd 1674. to a People Call'd Independents, At Cockermouth in Cumberland, Viz. That the Covenant and Decree Were Made between God and Christ From Eternity, Concerning Man's Predestination, or Election; and That Those Whom God Was Pleas'd to Make Choice of Then, Must Be Sav'd, Man Having No Hand Therein. The Plain Consequence of Which Doctrine Is, That Those Who Were Not Then Elected, Cannot Possibly Be Sav'd; but By an Absolute Decree of Reprobation, or Non-Election, Must Unavoidably Perish, Notwithstanding All That Christ Hath Done and Suffer'd, and Is Doing By His Grace and Holy Spirit for the Salvation of Mankind. By Jane Fearon. London: printed, and sold by T. Sowle, in White-Hart-Court, in Gracious-Street, 1706.

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