APA Citation

Prynne, W. (1630). God, no impostor, nor deluder. Or, An answer to a popish and Arminian cavill, in the defence of free-will, and vniversall grace: Wherein Gods tender of grace by the outward ministry of the Gospell, to reprobates who neither doe, nor can receive it; is vindicated from those aspersions of equivocation, falsitie, and collusion, which some by way of obiection, cast upon it. By William Prynne, an utter barrester of Lincolnes Inne. [London]: Printed [by Elizabeth Allde].

Chicago Style Citation

Prynne, William. God, No Impostor, nor Deluder. Or, An Answer to a Popish and Arminian Cavill, in the Defence of Free-will, and Vniversall Grace: Wherein Gods Tender of Grace By the Outward Ministry of the Gospell, to Reprobates Who Neither Doe, nor Can Receive It; Is Vindicated From Those Aspersions of Equivocation, Falsitie, and Collusion, Which Some By Way of Obiection, Cast Upon It. By William Prynne, an Utter Barrester of Lincolnes Inne. [London]: Printed [by Elizabeth Allde], 1630.

MLA Citation

Prynne, William. God, No Impostor, nor Deluder. Or, An Answer to a Popish and Arminian Cavill, in the Defence of Free-will, and Vniversall Grace: Wherein Gods Tender of Grace By the Outward Ministry of the Gospell, to Reprobates Who Neither Doe, nor Can Receive It; Is Vindicated From Those Aspersions of Equivocation, Falsitie, and Collusion, Which Some By Way of Obiection, Cast Upon It. By William Prynne, an Utter Barrester of Lincolnes Inne. [London]: Printed [by Elizabeth Allde], 1630.

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