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Cavsa dei, or, An apology for God : wherein the perpetuity of infernal torments is evidenced and divine both goodness and justice, that notwithstanding, defended : the nature of punishments in general, and of infernal ones in particular displayed : the evangelical righteousness explicated and setled : the divinity of the Gentiles both as to things to be believed, and things to be practised, adumbrated, and the wayes whereby it was communicated, plainly discover'd Preview this item
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Cavsa dei, or, An apology for God : wherein the perpetuity of infernal torments is evidenced and divine both goodness and justice, that notwithstanding, defended : the nature of punishments in general, and of infernal ones in particular displayed : the evangelical righteousness explicated and setled : the divinity of the Gentiles both as to things to be believed, and things to be practised, adumbrated, and the wayes whereby it was communicated, plainly discover'd

Author: Richard Burthogge
Publisher: London : Imprinted for Lewis Punchard ..., 1675.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Burthogge
OCLC Number: 606706184
Notes: Errata: 7th prelim. leaf.
Pages 15-16 and 329-30 are torn; 123-24, 234, 243, and 315-16 are tightly bound in filmed copy. Title page to page 29, pages 110-35, 230-55, and 310-55 photographed from Cambridge University Library copy and inserted at end.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Description: 1 online resource ([20], 422 pages)
Other Titles: Cavsa dei.
Causa dei.
Apology for God.
Responsibility: by Richard Burthogge ...

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