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*** The important Article conclusive of the critique on Dr. Williams's Essay or Equity and Sovereiguty, will appear in our next Number.

ERRATUM in the Number for January.

Page 94. line 4, from the for maximum read minimum.

Our readers are particularly requested to make this necessary correction, We can only account for the error from the burry of publication.


FOR APRIL, 1814.

Art. I. An Essay on the Equity of Divine Government, and the

Sovereignty of Divine Grace. By Edward Williams, D.D. 8vo.

pp. 502.

(Concluded from page 51. of our January Number.) THE fifth Chapter of this valuable work, is distributed into

three sections, of which the first is, “Of Moral Government as it relates to the aspect and design of the Gospel.” Here it is remarked, that we should carefully distinguish between the “ actual boundaries of revealed truth, as existing among men, and the gracious aspect of it, according to a plan of moral Governinent.” As, in the dispensations of divine Providence, there are many things which may be considered as universal blessings, of which the actual participation is limited; so, in the dispensations of divine mercy, the possession of privilege is partial, but its exhibition, general. Even in those economies which appear the most restricted, as those relating to Abraham and his family, and to the Jews as a peculiar and distinct people,) there is nothing in the promise of acceptance exclusive: on the contrary, proselytes were encouraged, and no one who was disposed to assert a claim according to the authorized prescription, would have been rejected. The instruments hy which the blessing was to be conveyed, were few, and specially chosen ; but the objects to whom it was addressed, were the whole human race. For wise ends relating to the Messiah, the Jews were distinguished by many peculiar institutions, and preserved a distinct people ; but the treasure of divine goodness was, in no age, to be confined to the lineal descendants of Abraham. If, therefore, the gospel was not limited under these prior dispensations, we can have no reason to suppose that it is limited under its present brightest displays, VOL. XI.

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