A very animated and personal response to apparent public reproof and warnings issued by Rowland Hill against the doctrine of antinomian itinerant, William Huntington S.S. [Saved Sinner].
Fascinating read. Rowland Hill, pastor of Surrey Chapel, perhaps the most influential evangelical church in England at the time, had apparently publicly warned against attendance on Huntington's services or reading his books, charging him with diminishing the role of the Law both hermeneutically and ethically. Hill's rebuff apparently was largely centered on a series of sermons on Matthew 5. To which Huntington responds here with a lengthy introductory preface outlining the history of the controversy between them, and then with his own exposition of Matthew 5.
Huntington, William S. S. The Moral Law not Injured by the Everlasting Gospel. A Sermon Preached in Substance at Providence Chapel, and Humbly Addressed to the Rev. Rowland Hill. London. Printed for G. Terry, etc., 1792. 32 + 84pp.
Good usable edition; disbound. Foxing and some light tears occasionally, final leaf detached. A working copy only.