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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the Year 1846,
BY J. VICTOR WILSON, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massachusetts.
CO N T E N TS.
9 INTRODUCTION,—(composed in Scripture language,) 13_26
ARGUMENTS FROM THE DIVINE DISPOSITION. Proposition I. Universal Salvation the DESIRE of God.
It is the DESIRE, also, of all good men, of Christ, and of the Angels. This Desire shall be universally realized. Free Agency Objection answered,
27-41 Prop. II. Universal Salvation is the PURPOSE of God.
This Purpose shall be fully accomplished. Objection answered,
- - 41-55 Prop. III. Universal Salvation the WILL of God. The
Divine Will shall prevail. Objection answered, 55–65 Prop. IV. Universal Salvation the PROMISE of God.
This Promise shall be completely fulfilled. Conditionality
Objection answered, . · · 65-75 Prop. V. The Apostles recognized this PROMISE OF THE
PATRIARCHAL COVENANT, as one of the main pillars of Gospel Faith. Objection answered,
76–86 Prop. VI. God has Sworn an OATH, in confirmation of His Promise. This Oath shall surely be performed, .
87-89 Pron. VII. God has issued a COMMAND for Universal
Salvation. All the Commandments of God certain of ultimate obedience, Argument for Universal Salvation from the Law of God. Objection answered, 90_100 Piron. VIII. Universal Salvation the PLEASURE of God.
The Divine Pleasure shall be fully consummated. Objection answered,
FROM THE OFFICES OF CHRIST, AND NATURE OF THE GOSPEL.
Prop. XVI. The Church of Christ shall eventually be-
come Universal, - - - 129_131
Prop. XXIV. All the MATERIAL Creation shall eventually
FROM THE EXTINCTION OF ALL EVILS.
Prop. XXIX. Hell shall be overcome and abolished.
Prop. XXXII. The RESURRECTION shall glorify the whole
human family, every man in his own order, in the like-
Prop. XXXIII. Divine Punishments are Parental, merciful,
REFORMATORY, They are sure. They are never meted
Prop. XXXVII. Universal Redemption the Consequence
Prop. XLI. Universal Redemption deduced from the in-
finite Truth of God, under four heads, viz: Faithful-