The Resource Familiar letters upon a variety of religious subjects. : Viz. 1. The danger of infidelity. 2. The evidences of Christianity. 3. The history of our saviour, collected from the prophecies of the Old Testament. 4. The certainty of the facts reported in the Gospel. 5. The internal evidences of Christianity. 6. Objections against the internal evidences answered. 7. God's sovereign grace vindicated, &c. 8. A true and false faith distinguished. 9. A legal and evangelical repentance distinguished. 10. The characters in Rom. vii. distinctly illustrated. 11. Moravian and antinomian justification considered. 12. Imputed righteousness explained and vindicated. 13. The new law of grace examined and disproved. 14. First and secondary justification, a groundless distinction. 15. Justification by works, in James II. considered. 16. Our obligations to good works distinctly stated. 17. The nature and necessity of our union to Christ. 18. Antinomian pleas for licentiousness considered. 19. Directions for a close and comfortable walk with God. By Jonathan Dickinson, A.M. president of the college at New-Jersey, (electronic resource)

Familiar letters upon a variety of religious subjects. : Viz. 1. The danger of infidelity. 2. The evidences of Christianity. 3. The history of our saviour, collected from the prophecies of the Old Testament. 4. The certainty of the facts reported in the Gospel. 5. The internal evidences of Christianity. 6. Objections against the internal evidences answered. 7. God's sovereign grace vindicated, &c. 8. A true and false faith distinguished. 9. A legal and evangelical repentance distinguished. 10. The characters in Rom. vii. distinctly illustrated. 11. Moravian and antinomian justification considered. 12. Imputed righteousness explained and vindicated. 13. The new law of grace examined and disproved. 14. First and secondary justification, a groundless distinction. 15. Justification by works, in James II. considered. 16. Our obligations to good works distinctly stated. 17. The nature and necessity of our union to Christ. 18. Antinomian pleas for licentiousness considered. 19. Directions for a close and comfortable walk with God. By Jonathan Dickinson, A.M. president of the college at New-Jersey, (electronic resource)

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Familiar letters upon a variety of religious subjects. : Viz. 1. The danger of infidelity. 2. The evidences of Christianity. 3. The history of our saviour, collected from the prophecies of the Old Testament. 4. The certainty of the facts reported in the Gospel. 5. The internal evidences of Christianity. 6. Objections against the internal evidences answered. 7. God's sovereign grace vindicated, &c. 8. A true and false faith distinguished. 9. A legal and evangelical repentance distinguished. 10. The characters in Rom. vii. distinctly illustrated. 11. Moravian and antinomian justification considered. 12. Imputed righteousness explained and vindicated. 13. The new law of grace examined and disproved. 14. First and secondary justification, a groundless distinction. 15. Justification by works, in James II. considered. 16. Our obligations to good works distinctly stated. 17. The nature and necessity of our union to Christ. 18. Antinomian pleas for licentiousness considered. 19. Directions for a close and comfortable walk with God. By Jonathan Dickinson, A.M. president of the college at New-Jersey
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Familiar letters upon a variety of religious subjects.
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Viz. 1. The danger of infidelity. 2. The evidences of Christianity. 3. The history of our saviour, collected from the prophecies of the Old Testament. 4. The certainty of the facts reported in the Gospel. 5. The internal evidences of Christianity. 6. Objections against the internal evidences answered. 7. God's sovereign grace vindicated, &c. 8. A true and false faith distinguished. 9. A legal and evangelical repentance distinguished. 10. The characters in Rom. vii. distinctly illustrated. 11. Moravian and antinomian justification considered. 12. Imputed righteousness explained and vindicated. 13. The new law of grace examined and disproved. 14. First and secondary justification, a groundless distinction. 15. Justification by works, in James II. considered. 16. Our obligations to good works distinctly stated. 17. The nature and necessity of our union to Christ. 18. Antinomian pleas for licentiousness considered. 19. Directions for a close and comfortable walk with God. By Jonathan Dickinson, A.M. president of the college at New-Jersey
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1688-1747
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Dickinson, Jonathan
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Moravian Church
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Familiar letters upon a variety of religious subjects. : Viz. 1. The danger of infidelity. 2. The evidences of Christianity. 3. The history of our saviour, collected from the prophecies of the Old Testament. 4. The certainty of the facts reported in the Gospel. 5. The internal evidences of Christianity. 6. Objections against the internal evidences answered. 7. God's sovereign grace vindicated, &c. 8. A true and false faith distinguished. 9. A legal and evangelical repentance distinguished. 10. The characters in Rom. vii. distinctly illustrated. 11. Moravian and antinomian justification considered. 12. Imputed righteousness explained and vindicated. 13. The new law of grace examined and disproved. 14. First and secondary justification, a groundless distinction. 15. Justification by works, in James II. considered. 16. Our obligations to good works distinctly stated. 17. The nature and necessity of our union to Christ. 18. Antinomian pleas for licentiousness considered. 19. Directions for a close and comfortable walk with God. By Jonathan Dickinson, A.M. president of the college at New-Jersey, (electronic resource)
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The fourth edition.
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Familiar letters upon a variety of religious subjects. : Viz. 1. The danger of infidelity. 2. The evidences of Christianity. 3. The history of our saviour, collected from the prophecies of the Old Testament. 4. The certainty of the facts reported in the Gospel. 5. The internal evidences of Christianity. 6. Objections against the internal evidences answered. 7. God's sovereign grace vindicated, &c. 8. A true and false faith distinguished. 9. A legal and evangelical repentance distinguished. 10. The characters in Rom. vii. distinctly illustrated. 11. Moravian and antinomian justification considered. 12. Imputed righteousness explained and vindicated. 13. The new law of grace examined and disproved. 14. First and secondary justification, a groundless distinction. 15. Justification by works, in James II. considered. 16. Our obligations to good works distinctly stated. 17. The nature and necessity of our union to Christ. 18. Antinomian pleas for licentiousness considered. 19. Directions for a close and comfortable walk with God. By Jonathan Dickinson, A.M. president of the college at New-Jersey, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT79854
Dimensions
80.
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unknown
Edition
The fourth edition.
Extent
viii,368pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006350514
  • (Uk-ES)006350514

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