Duty Faith (2 vol set)


Foreman J

CBO Publications

Doctrine & Theology

2486


John Foreman (1792-1872) was pastor of a Strict and Particular Baptist church at Hill Street, Marylebone, London for over 40 years. By the time he died its membership had risen from 36 to 473, and there was a congregation of up to 800 people. He strongly opposed what he termed the 'duty faith scheme', as it makes salvation depend on the exercise of faith as a moral duty, and destroys the character of the gospel scheme of God's free favour. Volume 1 comprises of Duty Faith in connection with consideration of the Covenants, Gospel Invitations, and Particular Redemption. Volume 2 examines various texts often used to support Duty Faith. John Foreman (1792-1872) was pastor of a Strict and Particular Baptist church at Hill Street, Marylebone, London for over 40 years. By the time he died its membership had risen from 36 to 473, and there was a congregation of up to 800 people. He strongly opposed what he termed the 'duty faith scheme', as it makes salvation depend on the exercise of faith as a moral duty, and destroys the character of the gospel scheme of God's free favour. Volume 1 comprises of Duty Faith in connection with consideration of the Covenants, Gospel Invitations, and Particular Redemption. Volume 2 examines various texts often used to support Duty Faith.


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