Six discourses, concerning I. Election and reprobation. II. Extent of Christ's redemption. III. The grace of God. IV. Liberty of the will. V. Defectibility of the saints. VI. Answer to three objections (Book, 1801) [WorldCat.org]
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Six discourses, concerning I. Election and reprobation. II. Extent of Christ's redemption. III. The grace of God. IV. Liberty of the will. V. Defectibility of the saints. VI. Answer to three objections
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Six discourses, concerning I. Election and reprobation. II. Extent of Christ's redemption. III. The grace of God. IV. Liberty of the will. V. Defectibility of the saints. VI. Answer to three objections

Author: Daniel Whitby
Publisher: Worcester, Mass. : I. Thomas, 1801.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st American edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Stained leather (Binding)
Controversial literature
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Ouvrages de controverse
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Whitby, Daniel, 1638-1726.
Six discourses, concerning I. Election and reprobation. II. Extent of Christ's redemption. III. The grace of God. IV. Liberty of the will. V. Defectibility of the saints. VI. Answer to three objections.
Worcester, Mass. : I. Thomas, 1801
(OCoLC)656806725
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Whitby
OCLC Number: 5906814
Notes: Spine title: Whitby on the five points.
London editions published under title: A discourse, concerning I. The true import of the words election and reprobation ...
Includes index.
Description: 412 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Election and reprobation --
Extent of Christ's redemption --
The grace of god --
Liberty of the will --
Defectibility of the saints --
Answer tothree objections.
Other Titles: Five points, Whitby on the
Responsibility: by Daniel Whitby.

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