A glass of justification, or The vvork of faith with povver. Wherein the apostles doctrine touching justification without the deeds of the law, is opened; and the sence in which gospel-obedience, as well as faith, is necessary to justification, is stated. Wherein also the nature of that dead faith is detected, by which multitudes that hope for salvation are (as is to be feared) deceived; and the true nature and distinguishing properties of the faith of Gods elect, is handled. Finally, the doctrine of the imputation of faith for righteousness is herein also briefly discussed; and the great wisdom and folly of men about the proof of their faith, touched ...
|Main Author:||Allen, William, d. 1686.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
printed by G. Dawson, for Francis Smith, and are to be sold at his shop, in Flying Horse Court in Fleetstreet, near Chancery-Lane end,
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