Daniel Wyttenbach on the Sincere Free Offer of the Gospel

1706-1779

Wyttenback was a professor of theology at the Universities of Bern and Marburg

 

 

Theological Theses, or, Tentamen Theologiae Dogmaticae Method Scientifica Pertractatae, Tome II, Frankfort-on-Main, 1747-1749 (Bern, 1741-1747), p. 822

As quoted in Heinrich Heppe, Heinrich Heppe, Reformed Dogmatics, 1861, revised and edited by Ernst Bizer, English translation by G.T. Thompson, 1950, reprinted in 2007 by Wipf and Stock, p. 386

To the covenant of grace and in it men come as sinners and in it God offers remission of sins with the right to eternal life and so therewith He offers deliverance from the penalty of which they rendered themselves worthy by having violated the covenant of works, expressly in order that the threat of the covenant of works may not be put into execution in their cases, which threat rests upon all.

 

 

 

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