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THE

WORKS

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OF THE

Rev. ANDREW FULLER,

IN EIGHT VOLUMES.

VOL. I.

PHILADELPHIA:

PRINTED BY ANDERSON AND MEEHAN, FOR

WILLIAM COLLIER,

CHARLESTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS.

1820.

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THE

GOSPEL WORTHY OF ALL

ACCEPTATION:

01,

THE DUTY OF SINNERS TO BELIEVE IN

JESUS CHRIST

WITH CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS

TO WHICH 15 ADDED,

AN APPENDIX,

ON THE QUESTION, WHETHER THE EXISTENCE OF

HOLY DISPOSITION OF HEART BE NECESSART IS
DER TO BELIEVING IN CHRIST.

Go, preach the gospel to every creature: he that believehw! baptized, shall be saved; but he that believeth no1, shall be sw'

Jesca Cruist.

111-26-1923

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 AN

HOLY DISPOSITION OF HEART BE NECESSARY IN OR-
DER TO BELIEVING IN CHRIST.

Go, preach the gospel to every creature: he that believeth and is baptized, sball be saved; but he that believeth noi, shall be damned!

JESUS CHRIST.

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TO THE SECOND EDITIO..

THE author had no thoughts of reprint.ng the preseas po
till he was repeatedly requested to do so from very resperate pa's

The corrections and additions, which form a cara deras para ... edition, are such as, after a lapse of fifteen years, the wr.2: 1. t proper to make. It would be inexcusable for la part 1 this time, without gaining any additional ligtit by visitas pena heard upon the subject; and still more so, to publish a seemnep without doing all in his power towards improv.az it. The pan however, which also are considerable, are not always oveg: probation of the sentiment ; but to other things preveri spyr: which appeared to be more immediately in point

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TO THE SECOND EDITION.

THE author had no thoughts of reprinting the present publication, till he was repeatedly requested to do so from very respectable quarters,

The corrections and additions, which form a considerable part of this edition, are such as, after a lapse of fifteen years, the writer thought it proper to make. It would be inexcusable for him to have lived all this time, without gaining any additional light by what he has seen and heard upon the subject; and still more so, to publish a second edition, without doing all in his power towards improving it. The orissions, however, which also are considerable, are not always owing to a disapprobation of the sentiment; but to other things presenting themselves, which appeared to be more immediately in point,

1801.

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