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Perhaps best known for his famous Life, Walk & Triumph of Faith, William Romaine (1714-1795) came from a refugee Huguenot family and was born at Hartlepool. He was ordained in the Church of England, but not until 30 years old was he truly converted. Thenceforward he exercised a discriminating ministry, not ashamed of the 'foolishness' of the gospel of Christ amongst the rich and famous who gathered at St Dunstan's Church, Fleet Street in London. The 2 sermons here are on the foundational matter of Imputation in relation to the Atonement, taken from Isaiah 45:8. They were preached before the University of Oxford in 1757 and resulted in him being banned from the pulpit there!