Ebenezer Erskine, Works, 1:383:
The unbeliever is already condemned in the gospel-court. Now, do not mistake this way of speaking, as if, when I speak of the gospel-court, I meant, that the gospel, strictly considered, condemned any man: the gospel, like its glorious Author, “comes not into the world to condemn the world, but that the world, through” it, “might be saved.” Neither do I mean, as if there were new precepts and penalties in the gospel, considered in a strict sense, which were never found in the book or court of the law. This is an assertion which has laid the foundation for a train of damnable and soul-ruining errors; as of the Antinomian error, in discarding the whole moral law as a rule of obedience under the gospel; the Baxterian error, of an evangelical righteousness different from the imputed righteousness of Christ; the Pelagian and Arminian error, of a sufficient grace given to every man that hears the gospel, to believe and repent by his own power.
Source: https://www.puritanboard.com/threads/why-does-limited-atonement-matter.87650/page-3, Comment 74
Thomas Hodges on ministers who refuse to fight against heresy:
“…alas, here is the sad root of this misery, that either the ministers are ignorant, and unable to maintain the truth, confute and stop the mouths of gainsayers; or they are wicked and scandalous, like Eli’s sons, whose profane and ungodly courses lose all repute to the truth, making the things of God, (by those who measure truth by the lives and carriages of them that maintain it), to be abandoned and abhorred. If neither of these, yet perhaps they are careless, negligent, and inadvertent, not heeding how truth thrives, or how error spreads, as if to them it were of very small or no concern. In point of benefit they are greedy dogs, zealous enough for their profit, looking after that from every quarter; but in point of duty they lack heart, the fire of zeal for God’s glory is not in them, therefore they love their ease, to sleep, slumber, and take their rest; by which they give not only an opportunity to the evil one to sow his tares, but to those tares to take root and prosper.”
 Isaiah 56:10.
 1 Samuel 2:13.
 Revelation 2:20.
 Isaiah 56:11.
 Revelation 3:15.
“The Growth and Spreading of Heresy, (54).”
Source: https://www.puritanboard.com/threads/ministers-must-fight-against-the-growth-and-spreading-of-heresy.92328/, Comment 1
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