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be pleased to answer me one question more, Hovi tuas it possible for them to be
absolutely under the curse os the la•w, (as you affirmed they were) and yet that
curse to be superseded by the cove- nant of grace, as here you speak ?
... covenant, which sufficiently shews his judgment in the point. For these are his
own words which you suppressed in the citation, ' * As to the Sinai cove- * nant,
and the New testament, with their privileges thence e- * merging, they belong not
The cove- ' nant, therefore, was not a covenant of works, but such a cove- ' nant
as the Lord became an husband in, and that must be a CO- ' venant of grace,' &c.
How the doctor makes good his two distinct covenants of grace, I fee not, nor ...
Upon which scriptural grounds and reasons it is, that we affirm faith to be an
antecedent condition, ar causa sine qua non, to the saving benefits of the new
cov, nant ; and that it must go be ore them, at least ia order of nature, whjqh is that
; we ...
... That a cove- ' nant properly is a compact, or agreement, on certain terms, '
stipulated by two or more parlies, <bc. and that the word * tu*$m, there used,
signifies a covenant improperly,' 6r. Reply. If you call this an opposition to the
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