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Sun-beams of gospel-light : shining clearly from severall texts of Scripture, opened and applyed. 1. A heavemly [sic] treatise of the devine love of Christ. 2. The Christians freedome. 3. The deformed forme of a formall profession. 4. Christs fulnesse, and mans emptinesse. By John Preston, doctor in divinity, chaplaine in ordinary to King James, Mr. of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge, and sometimes preacher at Lincolnes Inne. Preview this item
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Sun-beams of gospel-light : shining clearly from severall texts of Scripture, opened and applyed. 1. A heavemly [sic] treatise of the devine love of Christ. 2. The Christians freedome. 3. The deformed forme of a formall profession. 4. Christs fulnesse, and mans emptinesse. By John Preston, doctor in divinity, chaplaine in ordinary to King James, Mr. of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge, and sometimes preacher at Lincolnes Inne.

Author: John Preston
Publisher: London : Printed for John Stafford, and are to be sold in Blacke Horse Alley, 1644.
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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: John Preston
OCLC Number: 606882985
Description: 1 online resource ([16], 55, 58-94, [6], 28, [2], 20, [4], 18 pages)
Other Titles: Heavenly treatise of the divine love of Christ
Christ's fulnesse and man's emptinesse
Two treatises, viz. The Christian freedome, and The deformed forme of a formall profession.
Plenitudo fontis, or, Christ's fulnesse and man's emptinesse.

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