The unreasonableness of infidelity; manifested in four discourses, the subject of which is expressed in the next pages. Written for the strengthening of the weak, the establishing of the tempted, the staying of the present course of apostasie, and the recovery of those that have not sinned unto death. /
Printed by R.W. for Thomas Underhill, at the Bible and Anchor in Pauls Church-yard, and for F. Tyton, at the 3 daggers in Fleet-street,
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|Item Description:||Signatures: A⁸, a-e⁸, f², B-I⁸ (I₈ blank) 2 leaves unsigned, A-M⁸, N² (K₁ incorrectly signed H), A-T⁸, V⁴ (S₃ incorrectly signed L₃), A-D⁸, E⁷ (B₃ incorrectly signed C₃)|
Numerous errors in paging.
Title within line border; initials, head-pieces.
"A determination of this question, whether the miraculous works of Christ and his disciples, do oblige those to believe who never saw them?", "Christs witness within us, the believers special advantage against temptations to infidelity", "For prevention of the unpardonable sin against the Holy-Ghost", and "The arrogancy of reason against divine revelations, repressed. Or, Proud ignorance the cause of infidelity, and of mens quarrelling with the word of God": each has special t.p.
In answer to Clement Writer's Jus divinum presbyterii.
Third discourse has title vignette.
Errata precedes 1st group of numbered paging.
Item divided into five parts on film: E.1562 and E.1562[1A]-E.1562[1D].
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
|Physical Description:||, 124 (i.e. 126), , 195, , 310, 77 p.|
|Bibliography:||Includes bibliographical references.|