The Gospel Preached by The Apostles is a discourse originally presented at the Chapel in Glass-House Yard in London in 1788. Winchester’s main point in the discourse was to prove that Paul taught a doctrine of particular as well as general atonement and redemption: Christ died for the elect in particular, but for all in general. The elect are not chosen at the expense of others, but for the sake of others. The language in this edition of Winchester’s text has been slightly modernized. An index of biblical references has been added.