Three treatises all tending to Christian practice First, the vertue and value of baptism, wherein the dignity and duty of baptism is doctrinally explained, and practically applyed. Second, the hard way to Heaven, intended to be preached at Michaels Cornhil, but by reason of the extraordinary concourse of people, preached at Creet-Church the day after the authors coming out of the Tower. Third, reformation not separation, or Mr. Croftons plea for communion with the Church of England, notwithstanding those administrations by which he cannot administer. A work suited to these times, and may serve as a guide to private Christians in their publique and private worship. By Zach. Crofton late minister of Botolph Aldgate, Lond.
Printed in the year, 1663.
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