APA Citation

Sedgwick, O. (1657). The humbled sinner resolved what he should do to be saved. Or Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ the only way of salvation for sensible sinners: Discovering the quality, object, acts, seat, subject, inseparable concomitants and degrees of justifying faith. The agreement and difference of a strong and weak faith; the difficulty of beleeving, the facility of mistake about it, and the misery of unbelief. The nature of living by faith, and the improvement of it to a full assurance. Wherein several cases are resolved, and objections answered. London,: Printed by T.R. & E.M. for Adoniram Byfield at the Bible in Popes-head Alley, neere Lumbardstreet..

Chicago Style Citation

Sedgwick, Obadiah. The Humbled Sinner Resolved What He Should Do to Be Saved. Or Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ the Only Way of Salvation for Sensible Sinners: Discovering the Quality, Object, Acts, Seat, Subject, Inseparable Concomitants and Degrees of Justifying Faith. The Agreement and Difference of a Strong and Weak Faith; the Difficulty of Beleeving, the Facility of Mistake About It, and the Misery of Unbelief. The Nature of Living By Faith, and the Improvement of It to a Full Assurance. Wherein Several Cases Are Resolved, and Objections Answered. London,: Printed by T.R. & E.M. for Adoniram Byfield at the Bible in Popes-head Alley, neere Lumbardstreet., 1657.

MLA Citation

Sedgwick, Obadiah. The Humbled Sinner Resolved What He Should Do to Be Saved. Or Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ the Only Way of Salvation for Sensible Sinners: Discovering the Quality, Object, Acts, Seat, Subject, Inseparable Concomitants and Degrees of Justifying Faith. The Agreement and Difference of a Strong and Weak Faith; the Difficulty of Beleeving, the Facility of Mistake About It, and the Misery of Unbelief. The Nature of Living By Faith, and the Improvement of It to a Full Assurance. Wherein Several Cases Are Resolved, and Objections Answered. London,: Printed by T.R. & E.M. for Adoniram Byfield at the Bible in Popes-head Alley, neere Lumbardstreet., 1657.

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