The perpetuitie of a regenerate mans estate VVherein it is manifestly proued: that such as are once truely regenerated and ingrafted into Christ by a true and liuely faith, can neither finally nor totally fall from grace. As also, that this hath been the receiued and resolued doctrine, of the ancient fathers; of the Protestant churches beyond the seas; of the Church of England, and of all orthodox and solid writers both forraine and domestique. All the principall arguments that are, or may bee objected against it, eyther from Scripture, or from reason, are heere likewise cleared and answered. By William Prynne Gent: Hospitij Lincolniensis.
Printed by William Iones dwelling in Redcrosse-street,
|Edition:||The second edition perused and inlarged.|
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