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Covenant-renouncers, desperate-apostates : opened in two letters, written by a Christian friend, to Mr. William Gurnal of Lavenham in the county of Suffolk : which may indefinitely serve as an admonition to all such Presbyterian ministers, or others, who have forced their consciences, not only to leap over, but to renounce their Solemn Covenant-obligation, to endeavor a reformation according to God's Word, and the extirpation of all prelatical superstition, and contrary thereunto, conform to those superstitious vanities, against which they had so solemnly sworn ... : together with an appendix concerning the Church of England in general.

Author: William Gurnall
Publisher: [London] : Printed in Anti-turn-coat-street, and sold at the sign of Truths-delight ..., 1665.
Series: Church of Scotland, Covenanters, Covenants.; Puritan bookshelf, vol. 2.
Edition/Format:   Print book : CD for computer   Computer File : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Apologetic writings
Controversial literature
Apologetic works
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: William Gurnall
OCLC Number: 55986064
Notes: Errata: p. 35.
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Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. Edmonton, AB : Still Waters revival books, 2001. 1 CD-ROM. (Puritan bookshelf). System requirements: IBM compatible PCs, 80486 processor or better, Windows 95 or higher, Adobe Acrobat reader 3.0 or higher. Macintosh and Win 3.1 computers can read the Adobe files, but cannot access the CD index.
Description: 35 pages.
Series Title: Church of Scotland, Covenanters, Covenants.; Puritan bookshelf, vol. 2.
Other Titles: Solemn League and Covenant

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