Anthony Tuckney (1599–1670) was a Reformed puritan preacher, eminently pious and learned, and an earnest promoter of the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Beginning with Acts 4:12, “Neither is there salvation in any other…” Dr. Tuckney demonstrates that there is no salvation but by Jesus Christ; no temporal or spiritual and eternal salvation other than which is found by way of covenant through Jesus Christ. In opposition to this, he takes to task those in his day (and ours) who say that salvation may be found outside the Gospel.
Then, Tuckney the question of those who might be saved apart from a true knowledge of the Gospel, such as heathen nations who remain in darkness, infants who die in infancy, and those mentally handicapped who have no ability to understand the Gospel. What does God do with such people?
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