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A sober enquiry into the nature, measure, and principle of moral virtue, its distinction from gospel-holiness. With reflections upon what occurs disserviceable to truth and religion in this matter, in three late books [by Samuel Parker, Bp. of Oxford], viz. Ecclesiastical policy. Defence and continuation, and Reproof to The rehearsal transpros'd. Preview this item
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A sober enquiry into the nature, measure, and principle of moral virtue, its distinction from gospel-holiness. With reflections upon what occurs disserviceable to truth and religion in this matter, in three late books [by Samuel Parker, Bp. of Oxford], viz. Ecclesiastical policy. Defence and continuation, and Reproof to The rehearsal transpros'd.

Author: Robert Ferguson
Publisher: London, D. Newman, 1673.
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Named Person: Samuel Parker; Samuel Parker
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Ferguson
OCLC Number: 4875127
Notes: Wing, F-760.
Description: [14], 327 pages 18 cm
Responsibility: By R.F.

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