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An essay on the freedom of will in God and in creatures, and on Various Subjects connected therewith. Viz. The Ideas of Liberty and Necessity; The Causes of the Determination of the Will; The Use of the Understanding to direct, not to determine it; The Liberty of God as a Creator, a Governor, and a Benefactor; The Doctrine of Fatality; The Spring of Moral Good and Evil; The Difference between Moral and Positive Laws; The Sin and Fall of Man, and the Free Grace of God; The Rewardableness of Faith in the Gospel, and the criminal Nature of Infidelity.
- M.DCC.XXXII.