• This re-appearance of the doctrine of freewill serves to support that of the pretension of the natural man to be not irremediably fallen, for this is what such doctrine tends to. All who have never been deeply convicted of sin, all persons in whom this conviction is based on gross external sins, believe more or less in freewill

    John Nelson Darby (1881). “Letters by J.N.D., 1849-1875; extracts tr. from the French”