The marrow of moderne divinity The second part. Touching the most plaine, pithy, and spirituall exposition of the ten commandments, the examination of the heart and life by them, the reason why the Lord gave them, and the use that both unbeleevers and beleevers are to make of them. Profitable for any man who either desires to be driven out of himself to Christ, or so to walk as that he may please Christ. In a dialogue, betwixt Evangelista, a minister of the Gospell. Nomologista, a pratlet about the law. And Neophitus, a young Christian. Whereunto is added the difference betwixt the law and the Gospell. By E.F. author of the first part.
printed for John Wright at the Kings head in the old Bayley,
1649. [i.e. 1648]
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