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  • _Cyclopædia Bibliographica_ is exemplified by the solution conveyed under the title "Crellius," p. 813, of the following difficulty expressed by Dr. Hey, the Norrisian professor (_Lectures_, vol.iii. p. 40.):

    Notes and Queries, Number 197, August 6, 1853 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.

  • If he be an honest man, live soberly, and civilly in his profession, (Volkelius, Crellius, and the rest of the Socinians, that now nestle themselves about Krakow and Rakow in Poland, have renewed this opinion) serve his own God, with that fear and reverence as he ought.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Yea, Crellius asserts that God cannot forgive the sins of some sinners, namely, the contumacious, without injury to himself; for this, as he says, would be unworthy of God.

    A Dissertation on Divine Justice

  • God, from the very nature of the thing, has dominion over us; and our subjection to him is either by obedience or a vicarious punishment, which comes in place of any omission or transgression on our part, as Crellius himself acknowledges.

    A Dissertation on Divine Justice

  • Ans. As Socinus himself, in his third book “Of the Saviour,” chap. ii., hath afforded an opportunity to all our theologians who have opposed Socinianism of discussing this foolish axiom, “That every one may recede from his right,” we shall answer but in few words to these positions of Crellius, and to the conclusions which he there draws as flowing from them.

    A Dissertation on Divine Justice

  • Crellius, have declared openly against him on this point.

    A Dissertation on Divine Justice

  • Religion, book v.chap. 21; also Crellius, the most acute and learned of all the adversaries, in that book which he wished to have prefixed to the

    A Dissertation on Divine Justice

  • But here Crellius (which is a bad omen, as they say) stumbles in the very threshold, supposing punishment to be competent to God as he hath, or is endowed with, an absolute and supreme dominion over the creatures.

    A Dissertation on Divine Justice

  • But let us consider these arguments of Crellius severally.

    A Dissertation on Divine Justice

  • Tr. [172] Crellius, “Of the True Religion,” p. 308.

    A Dissertation on Divine Justice

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