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The assertion of grace, or, a defence of the doctrine of free-justification, against the lawlesse, unjust, and uncharitable imputation of Antifidians, or Favorites of Antichrist, who under a pretended zeal of the law, do pervert, oppugne and obscure the simplicitie of the faith of the Gospel : containing an answer to that book, entituled, the rule of the law under the gospel. &c. : which book set forth by Dr. Taylor is shewed to be full both of scandall and danger, as it was sent to the said doctor a little before his death Preview this item
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The assertion of grace, or, a defence of the doctrine of free-justification, against the lawlesse, unjust, and uncharitable imputation of Antifidians, or Favorites of Antichrist, who under a pretended zeal of the law, do pervert, oppugne and obscure the simplicitie of the faith of the Gospel : containing an answer to that book, entituled, the rule of the law under the gospel. &c. : which book set forth by Dr. Taylor is shewed to be full both of scandall and danger, as it was sent to the said doctor a little before his death

Author: Robert Towne; John Winthrop; Winthrop Collection (New York Society Library)
Publisher: [London] : Printed for edification of the faithfull, [1644]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Named Person: John Sedgwick; Thomas Taylor
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Towne; John Winthrop; Winthrop Collection (New York Society Library)
OCLC Number: 613961633
Notes: Place and date of publication from ESTC.
Signatures: A² B-M⁸ ( -M8).
Description: (2), 172 (2) pages ; 15 cm (8vo)
Other Titles: Defence of the doctrine of free-justification
Responsibility: by Robert Tovvne, minister of the gospel : which may also serve for a full answer to a late pamphlet entituled, the anatomie of the Antinomian, under the name of Jo. Sedgwick, being for the substance of it a meer extract out of the said Dr. Taylor.

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