A Dissertation On Divine Justice

Author: John Owen
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John Owen was an English Nonconformist church leader, theologian, and academic administrator at the University of Oxford.

A Dissertation On Divine Justice Or The Claims Of Vindicatory Justice Asserted Now First Translated From The Original Latin With A Recommendatory Preface By The Rev J Stafford And Others

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In respećt of thefe*, I call the egreffes of the Divine Justice neceffary, and fuch that
they could not possibly be otherwife, which, by divine help, I shall prove hereafter
. And this is the fame as faying, that vindicatory justice is fo natural to God, that ...

Catalogue Of The Signet Library

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William Orme. 21 vols. Lond. 1826. 8vo. An Exposition of the Epistle to the
Hebrews, with preliminary Exercitations. Second edition. 7 vols. Edinb. 1812-
1814. 8vo. A Dissertation on Divine Justice, or the Claims of Vindicatory Justice
asserted.

Catalogue Of The Library Of The Peabody Institute Of The City Of Baltimore

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–Waterland, D. Dissertation upon the argument a priori for proving the existence
of a first cause, in a letter to Mr. Law. 68 pp. ... Owen, J. Dissertation on divine
justice ; or the claims of vindicatory justice asserted. 184 pp. ( Works, v. 9, p. 319.)
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The Works Of John Owen

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DISSERTATION OS DIVINE JUSTICE. ... The divisions of justice, according to
Aristotle. ... conception of divine justice. b The word in the original means either to
claim and assert a right, or to punish the violation of it : by vindicatory justice then,
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