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The true notion of imputed righteousness, and our justification thereby being a supply of what is lacking in the late book of that most learned person bishop Stillingfleet, which is a discourse for reconciling the dissenting parties in London; but dying before he had finished the two last and most desired chapters thereof, he hath left this main point therein intended, without determination. By the Reverend M.S. a country minister. Preview this item
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The true notion of imputed righteousness, and our justification thereby being a supply of what is lacking in the late book of that most learned person bishop Stillingfleet, which is a discourse for reconciling the dissenting parties in London; but dying before he had finished the two last and most desired chapters thereof, he hath left this main point therein intended, without determination. By the Reverend M.S. a country minister.

Author: Matthew Smith
Publisher: London : Printed for Tho. Parkhurst, at the Bible and Three Cranes, near Mercers-Chappel in Cheapside, 1700.
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Early works
Controversial literature Early works to 1800
Named Person: Edward Stillingfleet; Edward Stillingfleet
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew Smith
OCLC Number: 606840506
Description: 1 online resource ([16], 222 pages)

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