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When Tobias Crisp died of smallpox on Feb.27, 1643, at the early age of 42, his friend Robert Lancaster immediately published his sermons, which upon their arrival were soon met with fierce opposition by those who mingled Law with Gospel. Sadly, such a legalization of the Gospel, often weighing it down with diverse conditions and various pre-qualifications; in essence diluting the message of Grace, under a pretended or imaginary zeal for the 'Reformers' and their 'Confessions,' {which actually both sides laid claim to,} was met with little resistance, even amongst those who seemed to be…mehr

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When Tobias Crisp died of smallpox on Feb.27, 1643, at the early age of 42, his friend Robert Lancaster immediately published his sermons, which upon their arrival were soon met with fierce opposition by those who mingled Law with Gospel. Sadly, such a legalization of the Gospel, often weighing it down with diverse conditions and various pre-qualifications; in essence diluting the message of Grace, under a pretended or imaginary zeal for the 'Reformers' and their 'Confessions,' {which actually both sides laid claim to,} was met with little resistance, even amongst those who seemed to be 'pillars' in the 'Church,' eventually paving the way towards more rank Conditionalism, and ultimately Arminianism. In opposition to this, men like Lancaster, sought to rekindle in the 'faithful' a heightened sense of the pre-eminence of Christ, as the sum and substance of an accomplished redemption, for all for whom it was intended.