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A refutation of a dangerous & hurtful opinion maintained by Mr. Samuel Willard : an independent minister at Boston, & president at the commencement in Cambridge in New England, July 1, 1702, viz., That the fall of Adam, and all the sins of men, necessarily come to pass by virtue of Gods decree, and his determination both of the will of Adam, and of all other men to sin. Sent to him in Latin soon after the commencement and since translated into English. Preview this item
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A refutation of a dangerous & hurtful opinion maintained by Mr. Samuel Willard : an independent minister at Boston, & president at the commencement in Cambridge in New England, July 1, 1702, viz., That the fall of Adam, and all the sins of men, necessarily come to pass by virtue of Gods decree, and his determination both of the will of Adam, and of all other men to sin. Sent to him in Latin soon after the commencement and since translated into English.

Author: George Keith
Publisher: [New York] : [Printed by W. Bradford], [1702]
Edition/Format:   Book   Microform : Microfiche : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: (DLC) 51045046
Named Person: Samuel Willard; Samuel Willard
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Keith
OCLC Number: 9973105
Notes: Caption title.
Sabin 37211.
"Copied from the original in the Library of Congress."
Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. Louisville [Ky.] : Lost Cause Press, 1982. 2 microfiches ; 10 x 15 cm.
Description: 7 pages ; 19 cm

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