Why did Erskine/Law think 'inspoken Word' entered into Adam?


, Horrocks"]… For Erskine, “as Christ was really given to men immediately after the Fall, all are elect in Him, He being in them all.” This appeared to derive from Law’s singular idea that "the Incarnation … was not limited to the historical manifestation of God in Jesus. … [H]is conception, derived from Boehme, [was] of the ‘inspoken Word’ which entered into Adam after his Fall, and so into all his descendants, and which made it possible for man to be born of God."I know what he’s saying, but I don’t know why or where (in the Bible?) he gets the idea from? :confused: