The parable of the sovver and of the seed Declaring in foure severall grounds, among other things: 1. How farre an hypocrite may goe in the way towards heaven, and wherein the sound Christian goeth beyond him. And, 2. In the last and best ground, largely discourseth of a good heart, describing it by very many signes of it, digested into a familiar method: which of it selfe is an entire treatise. And also, 3. From the constant fruit of the good ground, justifieth the doctrine of the perseverance of saints: oppugneth the fifth article of the late Arminians; and shortly and plainly answereth their most colourable arguments and evasions. To which is added, A mappe of Rome, in fiue sermons, on the fifth of November, by Thomas Taylor, D.D. late preacher of Aldermanbury in London.
Printed by Thomas Purfoot [and John Beale] for Iohn Bartlet, at the Golden cup, in the Gold-smiths Row in Cheap-side,
|Edition:||The third edition.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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