Christ dying and drawing sinners to himselfe
Christ dying and drawing sinners to himselfe. Or A survey of our Saviour in his soule-suffering, his lovelynesse in his death, and the efficacie thereof. In which some cases of soule-trouble in weake beleevers, grounds of submission under the absense of Christ, with the flowings and heightnings of free grace, are opened. Delivered in sermons on the Evangel according to S. John Chap. XII. vers. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. Where also are interjected some necessary digressions, for the times, touching divers errors of Antinomians, and a short vindication of the doctrine of Protestants, from the Arminian pretended universality of Christs dying for all, and every one of mankind; the morall and fained way of resistible conversion of sinners, and what faith is required of all within the visible Church, for the want whereof, many are condemned. By Samuel Rutherfurd, minister of the Gospel, and and [sic] Professor of Divinity in the University of S. Andrews in Scotland.