De causa Dei: or, a vindication of the common doctrine of Protestant divines, concerning predetermination: (i.e. the interest of God as the first cause, in all the actions, as such, of all rational creatures:) from the invidious consequences with which it is burdened by Mr. John Howe, in a late letter and postscript, of God's prescience. By T.D.
|Main Author:||Danson, Thomas, d. 1694.|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
printed for Tho. Cockerill, at the Three Legs in the Poultry, over against the Stocks Market,
Early English books online.
Howe, John, > 1630-1705. > Reconcileableness of God's prescience of the sins of men, with the wisdom and sincerity of his counsels, exhortations, and whatsoever other means he uses to prevent them.
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