". .... We hold - we are not afraid to say what we believe - that Christ came into this world with the intention of saving "a multitude which no man can number", and we believe that as the result of this, every person for whom He died must, beyond the shadow of a doubt, be cleansed from sin, and stand, washed in blood, before the Father's throne.
The greatness of Christ's redemption may be measured by the EXTENT OF THE DESIGN OF IT. He gave His life a "ransom for many". We are often told that we limit the atonement of Christ, because we say that Christ has not made a satisfaction for all men, or all men would be saved. Now, our reply to this is, that, on the other hand, our opponents limit it; we do not. The arminians say, Christ died for all men. Ask them what they mean by it. Did Christ die so as to secure the salvation of all men? They say, "No, certainly not". We ask them the next question - Did Christ die so as to secure the salvation of any man in particular? They answer, "No". They are obliged to admit this, if they are consistent. They say, "No; Christ has died that any man may be saved if" - and then following certain conditions of salvation. We say, then, we will just go back to the old testament - Christ did not die so as beyond a doubt to secure the salvation of anybody, DID HE? You must say, "No"; you are obliged to say, for you believe that even after a man has been pardoned, he may yet fall from grace, and perish. Now, who is it that limits the death of Christ? Why, you! You say that Christ did not die so as to infallibly secure the salvation of anybody. We beg your pardon, when you say we limit Christ's death; we say, "No, my dear sir, it is you that do it". We say Christ so died that He infallibly secured the salvation of a multitude that no man can number, who through Christ's death not only may be saved, but are saved, must be saved and cannot by an possible run or hazard of being anything but saved. You are welcome to your atonement; you may keep it. We will never renounce ours for the sake of it."