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|Maintaining that the Immutability of the Divine Nature is Perfectly Compatible with |
the Moral Freedom of the Intellectual World; Also, A Dissertation on the Mosaic
Account of the Creation; Comprising Its Most Remarkable Internal Evidences ...
|PREFACE. To reconcile the decrees of God with the free agency of man, is a |
subject which has received the attention of metaphysicians in different ages of
the world : sometimes they have denied the decrees, or explained them as
|After what has been hitherto said, t wsie now, perhaps, with greater'Advantassge, |
consider the Difference or_ Distinction , which ought to be made between
physical , and moral Liberty, or free Agency. Physi_ cal free Agency consists in a
|And Mars: Free-Agency. 9 ing's Conference is properly stated, under 'the |
following Headr thus; . Ill. A'n Engui'y, whether this supposed Doctrine as Presrz'
eme and Man's Free-Agency, are net inrompatihle, from the Nature of Carthage-
|In Answer to Two Pamphlets; ... Supposed to Have Been Wrote by Mr. Samuel |
Strutt. And ... by Anthony Collins, Esq. A N E S SAY Towards Demonstrating the
Immateriality and Free - Agency O F T H E S 0 U L, 8cc. CHAP. I. Of the IDEAS ...
|FREE AGENCY: Reply to questions in the February number—I propose the |
following answers: 1. Does responsible free agency imply liberty and power to
choose sin? Answer. Responsible free agency implies power to choose sin, not
|mean one who acts for another, as a steward for the owner of land or property, |
but simply one who acts, who acts for himself, or who does what he wills ; free
agency therefore is the will's free action in the body. Agency is action, and free ...
|That man has free agency in natural things, is not denied ; but man has this from |
his free agency in spiritual things ; for the Lord from above, or from within, flows
into every man with the divine good and the divine truth, as was before shown, ...
|So Mr. Justice Williams says : — "But the influence to vitiate an act must amount |
to force and coercion, destroying free agency" (1). But undue influence is
coercion only so far as it takes away the free agency of the testator ; and no
influence is ...