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That the Gospel of Jesus Christ, according to Rom. I, 16. continues to prove itself as the power of God unto salvation, : able to reclaim and save the most depraved hearts, is illustrated by the example of August Solomon Doering, having experienced grace; the narrative of which is now published to the honour and glory of God, Preview this item
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That the Gospel of Jesus Christ, according to Rom. I, 16. continues to prove itself as the power of God unto salvation, : able to reclaim and save the most depraved hearts, is illustrated by the example of August Solomon Doering, having experienced grace; the narrative of which is now published to the honour and glory of God,

Author: Friedrich Christlieb DöringCharles CistTobias HirteJacob RitterNicholas TschudyAll authors
Publisher: Philadelphia: : Printed by Charles Cist: --and to be sold by Tobias Hirte, no. 118, North Second-Street,, M,DCC,XCII. [1792]
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Named Person: August Salomon Döring
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Friedrich Christlieb Döring; Charles Cist; Tobias Hirte; Jacob Ritter; Nicholas Tschudy; Jacob Steiner; Peter Hoefly; Ernst Schlosser; John Morris; Matthew Hehl; Ehrhard Roos; Gottlob Jungmann; Peter Leibert; Justus Fox; Frederick Peter
OCLC Number: 208070498
Notes: Translation of: Dass das Evangelium von Jesu Christo, nach Römer I. v. 16. noch immer eine Kraft Gottes sey ...
August Salomon Döring was executed in 1779 for the murder of a young boy.
"This book is to be had at the following places, viz. Philadelphia, of Jacob Ritter, in Front-Street 3d. door below Arch-Street. Baltimore, Nicholas Tshudy, in Market-Street. Fredericktown, Jacob Steiner. Hagarstown, Peter Hoefly. Yorktown [i.e., York, Pa.], Ernst Schlosser and John Morris. Lancaster, Matthaeus Hehl. Readingstown [i.e., Reading, Pa.], Erhard Roos and Gottlob Youngman. Germantown, Peter Leibert and Justus Fox. Hope, Frederick Peter."--printed slip mounted inside back cover.
Signatures: A-F⁶ (E2, E3 missigned E3, D3).
Description: [2], 70 p. ; 17 cm. (12mo)
Responsibility: by his own brother Frederick Christlieb Doering, Minister of the Gospel at Maiwaldaw, in Silesia. ; Translated from the German.

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