Of saving faith: that it is not only gradually, but specifically distinct from all common faith. The agreement of Richard Baxter with that very learned consenting adversary, that hath maintained my assertion by a pretended confutation in the end of Sarjeant Shephards book of Sincerity and hypocrisie. With the reasons of my dissent in some passages that came in on the by. Together with his addition to the seventh impression of The Saints everlasting rest ...
|Main Author:||Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691.|
London, Printed by R. W. for Nevil Simmons, 1658.
4 p.l., 96 p.
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