APA Citation

Baxter, R. (1657). Richard Baxter's account of his present thoughts concerning the controversies about the perseverance of the saints: Occasioned by the gross misreports of some passages in his book, called, The right method for peace of conscience, &c; which are left out in the last impression to avoid offence, and this here substituted, for the fuller explication of the same points. London: printed for Tho. Underhill at the Anchor and Bible in Pauls Church-yard, and F. Tyton at the three Daggers in Fleetstreet.

Chicago Style Citation

Baxter, Richard. Richard Baxter's Account of His Present Thoughts Concerning the Controversies About the Perseverance of the Saints: Occasioned By the Gross Misreports of Some Passages in His Book, Called, The Right Method for Peace of Conscience, &c; Which Are Left Out in the Last Impression to Avoid Offence, and This Here Substituted, for the Fuller Explication of the Same Points. London: printed for Tho. Underhill at the Anchor and Bible in Pauls Church-yard, and F. Tyton at the three Daggers in Fleetstreet, 1657.

MLA Citation

Baxter, Richard. Richard Baxter's Account of His Present Thoughts Concerning the Controversies About the Perseverance of the Saints: Occasioned By the Gross Misreports of Some Passages in His Book, Called, The Right Method for Peace of Conscience, &c; Which Are Left Out in the Last Impression to Avoid Offence, and This Here Substituted, for the Fuller Explication of the Same Points. London: printed for Tho. Underhill at the Anchor and Bible in Pauls Church-yard, and F. Tyton at the three Daggers in Fleetstreet, 1657.

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