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The new-Birth ; or Christian regeneration. : With the grounds, nature, and necessity thereof to salvation. Being The Marrow of Christian Theology expressed in Blank or Miltonian Verse, from the Prose of our best and ablest Divines ; shewing Practically and Substantially how Paradise, that is, Man's Primitive Happiness, with God's Favour, were lost, and may be recovered by all the Faithful in Christ Jesus. Also A Practical Elucidation of the Ten Commandments, as the Original Image of God impressed upon Adam's Mind in Paradise, by Way of Prayer, for keeping the several Branches of Duty contained in each. The Whole intermixed with Holy Doctrines and Christian Methods adapted to Man's Recovery from Sin to Grace, with a Supplemental Key of Knowledge at the End. Divided into Short Chapters, to help the Memory of Young and Old, even the greatest Proficients. By Thomas Allen, Rector of Kettering, Late of Wádham-College, Oxon. Preview this item
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The new-Birth ; or Christian regeneration. : With the grounds, nature, and necessity thereof to salvation. Being The Marrow of Christian Theology expressed in Blank or Miltonian Verse, from the Prose of our best and ablest Divines ; shewing Practically and Substantially how Paradise, that is, Man's Primitive Happiness, with God's Favour, were lost, and may be recovered by all the Faithful in Christ Jesus. Also A Practical Elucidation of the Ten Commandments, as the Original Image of God impressed upon Adam's Mind in Paradise, by Way of Prayer, for keeping the several Branches of Duty contained in each. The Whole intermixed with Holy Doctrines and Christian Methods adapted to Man's Recovery from Sin to Grace, with a Supplemental Key of Knowledge at the End. Divided into Short Chapters, to help the Memory of Young and Old, even the greatest Proficients. By Thomas Allen, Rector of Kettering, Late of Wádham-College, Oxon.

Author: Thomas Allen
Publisher: London : Printed for John Fuller, in Ave-Mary-Lane, MDCCLIII. [1753]
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Genre/Form: Early works
Poems
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Allen
OCLC Number: 745217528
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 102 pages)

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