Ta diapheronta, or Divine characters in two parts, acutely distinguishing the more secret and undiscerned differences between 1. The hypocrite in his best dresse of seeming virtues and formal duties. And the true Christian in his real graces and sincere obedience. As also between 2. The blackest weeds of dayly infirmities of the truly godly, eclipsing saving grace, and the reigning sinnes of the unregenerate that pretend unto that godlinesse they never had. By that late burning and shining lamp, Master Samuel Crook, B.D. late pastor of Wrington in Somerset. Who being dead, yet speaketh. By C.B. and W.G.
printed for Adoniram Byfeild at the three Bibles in Corn-hill, next dore to Popes-head-ally,
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