Human Nature in Its Four Fold State

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Kessinger Publishing, Aug 1, 2003 - History - 468 pages
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There are four things very necessary to be known by all that would see heaven: One, what man was in the state of innocence as God made him; two, what he is in the state of corrupt nature, as he has unmade himself; three, what he must be in the state of grace as created in Christ Jesus unto good works, and four, what he will be in his eternal state, as made by the Judge of all, either perfectly happy, or completely miserable, and that forever. Contents: The State of Innocence, The State of Nature; The State of Grace; The Eternal State.

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User Review  - Josh - Goodreads

Quite good, though quite 18th century as well. Boston wasn't easy reading, but I'm glad I worked through this one. Read full review

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Boston was a Scottish Presbyterian minister. He studied at the University of Edinburgh, and was a recognized Hebrew scholar. His main pastorate was at Ettrick, Selkirkshire, where he was installed in 1707.

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