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" But in his lapsed and sinful state, man is not capable, of and by himself, either to think, to will, or to do that which is really good ; but it is necessary for him to be regenerated and renewed in his intellect, affections or will, and in all his powers,... "
The Holy Spirit in Thought and Experience - Page 190
by Thomas Rees - 1915 - 221 pages
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Calvinism and Arminianism compared in their principles and tendency: or The ...

James Nichols - 1824
...and in such a sense as it was the wish of the writers themselves that they should be received. BUCEH. IN his lapsed and sinful state, man is not capable,...consider, will, and perform, whatever is truly good — I ascribe to Divine Grace THE COMMENCEMENT, THE CONTINUANCE, AND THE CONSUMMATION OF ALL GOOD ;...
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Calvinism and Arminianism Compared in Their Principles and Tendency: Or, The ...

James Nichols - Arminianism - 1824 - 831 pages
...such a sense as it was the wish of the writers themselves that they should be received. BUCER. I .v his lapsed and sinful state, man is not capable, of...renewed in his intellect, affections or will, and in all hipowers, by God in Christ through the Holy Spirit, that he may be qualified rightly to understand,...
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Calvinism and Arminianism compared in their principles and tendency: or The ...

James Nichols - Arminianism - 1824 - 455 pages
...that they should he received. BUCEH. IN his lapsed and sinful state, man is not capahle, of and hy himself, either to think, to will, or to do that which is really good ; hut it is necessary for him to hu regenerated and renewed in his intellect, affections or will, and...
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The Quarterly Theological Review and Ecclesiastical Record, Volume 1

Theology - 1825
...allowed to receive it. " In his lapsed and sinful state, man is not capable of and by himself, either to will or to do, that which is really good ; but...consider, will, and perform whatever is truly good. I ascribe to Divine grace—- the commencement* the continuance, and the consummation of all good —and...
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The Works of James Arminius, D. D., Formerly Professor of Divinity ..., Volume 1

Jacobus Arminius, James Nichols - Reformed Church - 1825
...acts could he do, except through the assistance of Divine Grace. — But in his lapsed and siiiful state, man is not capable, of and by himself, either...intellect, affections or will, and in all his powers, sufficient modesty, spoke in Buch a manner as betrayed the commotion of his miud to all the audience....
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The Quarterly Theological Review and Ecclesiastical Record, Volume 1

Theology - 1825
...giveth salvation, and humble the self-sufficiency of man who is mercifully allowed to receive it. " In his lapsed and sinful state, man is not capable of and by himself, either to will or to do, that which is really good ; but it is necessary for him to be regenerated and renewed...
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The Works of James Arminius, D. D., Formerly Professor of Divinity ..., Volume 1

Jacobus Arminius - Theology - 1825
...giveth salvation, and humble the self-sufficiency of man who is mercifully allowed to receive it : " In his lapsed and sinful state, man is not capable, of and by himiclf, either to will or to do that which is really good ; but it is necessary for him to be regenerated...
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The Quarterly Theological Review and Ecclesiastical Record, Volume 3

Theology - 1826
...delivered to him : yet none of these acts could he do, except through the assistance of Divine Grace. But in his lapsed and sinful state, man is not capable,...consider, will, and perform whatever is truly good. When he is made a partaker of this regeneration or renovation, I consider that, since he. is delivered...
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The Arguments for Predestination and Necessity Contrasted with the ...

Richard Hastings GRAVES - 1829
...to him; yet none of these acts could he do, " except through the assistance of Divine Grace. But " in his lapsed and sinful state, man is not capable,...in his intellect, affections, " or will, and in all hit powers, by God in Christ, " through the Holy Spirit, that he may be qualified " rightly to understand,...
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The Methodist Review, Volume 1; Volume 12

Methodist Church - 1830
...persecuted Arminius ! — ' In his lapsed and sinful state, [says Arminius,] man is not capable, of and toy himself, either to think, to will, or to do that which...consider, will, and perform whatever is truly good. When he is made a partaker of this regeneration or renovation, I consider that, since he is delivered...
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