Redemption by the incarnate God (Octavius Winslow)

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Reformed Covenanter

Cancelled Commissioner
Redemption by the obedience and death of the incarnate God, was so honouring to the Divine law, and satisfactory to Divine justice; was so harmonising to the attributes, and so illustrative of every glorious perfection of the Divine nature, and in its results so suited to the highest ends of human happiness, that it was the interest of the Divine government, without demur to accept it.

Octavius Winslow, The Glory of the Redeemer in his Person and Work (2nd edn, London: John F. Shaw, 1845), p. 43.
 
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