I. Wherein consists our liberties as Christians
A. Free from the guilt of sin
B. Free from the condemning wrath of God
C. Free from the curse of the moral law
D. Free from this present evil world
E. Free from bondage to Satan
F. Free from dominion of Sin
G. Free from the evil of afflictions
H. Free from the sting of death
I. Free from the the victory of the grave
J. Free from the everlasting damnation
K. Christians have free access to God
L. Free from the yoke of the ceremonial law
M. Christians have greater boldness of access to the throne of grace
N. Christians have fuller communications of the free Spirit of God
II. Liberty of conscience and the commandments of men
A. God, the sole Lord of the Conscience
B. God has left the conscience free from the doctrines and commandments of men.
C. To believe or obey the commandments of men is to betray true liberty of conscience
III. Christian Liberty and our behavior; the end of Christian liberty
A. Those who upon pretence of Christian liberty practice sin destroy the end of Christian liberty.
B. Through Christian liberty we are delivered out of the hands of our enemies,
so that we might serve the
Lord without fear, in holiness and righteousness.
IV. Resistance of any LAWFUL power whether
civil or ecclesiastical, upon pretence of Christian liberty, is
destructive to the external peace and order which Christ hath established in the Church.