Axe of Magnanimity

"This fall permitted commeth not to pass but God willing it, neither doth it come to pass contrariwise or otherwise than God permitteth, neither can it any further be then he doth permit. Yet the will of God is not the cause of the fall, but the will of man left unto itself by God, and moved by the suggestion of Satan; which will appear by this similitude:"

Charnock on faith as a condition

"The covenant of grace doth NOT run, 'I will be your God, IF you will be my people; 'BUT 'I will be their God, and they SHALL be my people;' 'I will betroth thee to me forever; I will betroth thee to me forever; I will say, Thou art my people, and they shall say, Thou art my God.' His everlasting purpose is to write his laws in the hearts of the elect. He puts a CONDITION to his covenant of grace, the CONDITION OF FAITH, and he resolves to work that CONDITION in the hearts of the elect; and, therefore, believers have two immutable pillars for their support...these are election, or the standing counsel of God, and the covenant of grace. He will not revoke the covenant, and blot the names of his elect out of the book of life" (Stephen Charnock, Existence and Attributes of God). [Capital letter emphasis mine--CD.]

Charles Simeon (1759-1836)

In 1989 at the “Bethlehem Conference for Pastors,” John Piper presented a biography entitled, “Brothers, We Must Not Mind a Little Suffering: Meditations on the Life of Charles Simeon.” Charles Simeon was an Anglican Calvinist of sorts (though he did not refer to himself as a “Calvinist”). In Curt Daniel’s, The History and Theology of Calvinism Simeon is not listed among the 18th century Anglican Calvinists (those listed are Toplady, Newton, and Whitefield). [This is not an endorsement of Daniel, Piper, and Clifford as true Christians, but they are useful for presenting theological history.]

Influence of John Knox

This is not a promotion of John Knox as a true Christian. This post is simply an addition to the archive of the "history of theology" (though I may make comments or applications on this history).
James Walker writes concerning Knox's influence:

Invincible Ignorance of Infants

“being regenerated, not by corruptible seed, but incorruptible, through the living Word of God, and remaining forever. Because all flesh [is] as grass, and all [the] glory of men as [the] flower of grass; the grass was dried, and its flower fell out, but [the] Word of [the] Lord remains forever. And this is the Word announced as gospel to you” (1 Peter 1:23-25).

Hopkins' Haughty Hypothetical

The following is from Ezekiel Hopkins on the possibility of God saving another way than through the blood of Christ.