Of The Acts And Works Of God
I Of The Internal Acts And Works Of God; And Of His Decrees In General
2 Of The Special Decrees Of God, Relating To Rational Creatures, Angels, And Men; And Particularly Of Election.
3 Of The Decree Of Rejection, Of Some Angels, And Of Some Men.
4 Of The Eternal Union Of The Elect Of God Unto Him.
5 Of Other Eternal And Immanent Acts In God, Particularly Adoption And Justification.
6 Of The Everlasting Council Between The Three Divine Persons, Concerning The Salvation Of Men.
Of The Everlasting Covenant Of Grace, Between The Father, And The Son, And The Holy Spirit.
8 Of The Part Which The Father Takes In The Covenant.
9 Of The Part The Son Of God, The Second Person, Has Taken In The Covenant.
10 Of Christ, As The Covenant Head Of The Elect
1 Of Christ, The Mediator Of The Covenant
12 Of Christ, The Surety Of The Covenant.
13 Of Christ, The Testator Of The Covenant
14 Of The Concern The Spirit Of God Has In The Covenant Of Grace.
15 Of The Properties Of The Covenant Of Grace
16 Of The Complacency And Delight God Had In Himself, And The Divine Persons In Each Other, Before Any Creature Was Brought Into Being
Of The External Works Of God
1 Of Creation In General
2 Of The Creation Of Angels
3 Of The Creation Of Man
4 Of The Providence Of God
5 Of The Confirmation Of The Elect Angels, And The Fall Of The Non-Elect.
6 Of The Honour And Happiness Of Man In A State Of Innocence.
7 Of The Law Given To Adam, And The Covenant Made With Him In His State Of Innocence; In Which He Was The Federal Head And Representative Of His Posterity.
8 Of The Sin And Fall Of Our First Parents.
9 Of The Nature, Aggravations, And Sad Effects Of The Sin Of Man.
10 Of The Imputation Of Adam's Sin To All His Posterity
11 Of The Of The Corruption Of Human Nature.
12 Of Actual Sins And Transgressions.
13 Of The Punishment Of Sin
Of The Acts Of The Grace Of God Towards And Upon His Elect In Time
1 Of The Manifestation And Administration Of The Covenant Of Grace
2 Of The Exhibitions Of The Covenant Of Grace In The Patriarchal State
3 Of The Exhibitions Of The Covenant Of Grace Under The Mosaic Dispensation
4 Of The Covenant Of Grace, As Exhibited In The Times Of David, And The Succeeding Prophets, To The Coming Of Christ
5 Of The Abrogation Of The Old Covenant, Or First Administration Of It, And The Introduction Of The New, Or Second Administration Of It.
6 Of The Law Of God
7 Of The Gospel
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About the Author
Bierton Particular Baptists Pakistan is the first in Pakistan. This book tells of the formation of Bierton Particular Baptists, Pakistan, in 2016 along with the formation of Bierton Particular Baptists College where minister Anil Anwar and Anwar Shahid John of Rahim Yar Khan, were appointed as overseers for the work and their articles of religion and doctrinal foundation are those to the Bierton Particular Baptists, 1831. See Bierton Particular Baptists Pakistan: Our History https://www.createspace.com/6211942 and View the Wikipedia Entry for Bierton and view None Conformist Place of Worship.
John Gill (23 November 1697 - 14 October 1771) was an English Baptist pastor, biblical scholar, and theologian who held to a firm Calvinistic soteriology. Born in Kettering , Northamptonshire, he attended Kettering Grammar School where he mastered the Latin classics and learned Greek by age 11. He continued self-study in everything from logic to Hebrew, his love for the latter remaining throughout his life.
His first pastoral work was as an intern assisting John Davis at Higham Ferrers in 1718 at age 21. He became pastor at the Strict Baptists church at Goat Yard Chapel, Horselydown, Southwark in 1719. His pastorate lasted 51 years. In 1757 they moved to a Carter Lane, St. Olave's Street, Southwark. This Baptist church was once pastored by Benjamin Keach and would later become the New Park Street Chapel and then the Metropolitan Tabernacle.
In 1748, Gill was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity by the University of Aberdeen. He was a profound scholar and a prolifc author. His most important works are:
• The Doctrine of the Trinity Stated and Vindicated London, 1731)
• The Cause of God and Truth (4 parts, 1725-8), a retort to Daniel Whitby's Five Points. • An Exposition of the New Testament (3 vols., 1746-8), which with his Exposition of the Old Testament (6 vols., 1748-63) forms his magnum opus
• A Collection of Sermons and Tracts• A Dissertation Concerning the Antiquity of the Hebrew Language, Letters, Vowel-Points, and Accents (1767)• A Body of Doctrinal Divinity (1767) • A Body of Practical Divinity (1770)
Gill also edited and re-published the works of Rev. Tobias Crisp, D.D. (1600-1643).