Of the creatures liberation from the bondage of corruption Wherein is discussed I. What is most probably meant by (the creature.) II. The vanitie or corruption from which it shall be delivered, and its unwillingnesse to that vanitie. III. The manner or way of its deliverance. IV. What creatures are conceived as most capable of this, and of their use after restauration. V. And lastly is discussed that glorious libertie of the sonnes of God into which the creature is to be reduced. Discursu philosophico--theologico, by John Waite, B.D.
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