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A treatise concerning justifying or saving faith: wherein the nature of faith is largely handled; particularly, what respects the Act of Faith; the Manner of Faith; the Fulness of Faith's Assent; of the Assurance of Faith, and what Assurance is necessary; and of particular Application of the Promises; of the Object and Subject of Faith; of the Efficient Cause and End of justifying Faith; with Answers to Objections, and practical Uses and Instructions from each Point. By the late reverend and learned Mr. James Fraser of Brea, Minister of the Gospel at Culross: Written by him while he was a prisoner in the Bass, 1679. Carefully revised according to the original Manuscript.

  • Fraser, James, 1639-1699.
M.D.CC.XXII. [1722]
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Edinburgh : printed by John Mosman and Company, and sold by Mr. James M.Euen, and other booksellers in Edinburgh and Glasgow, M.D.CC.XXII. [1722]

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[2],ix,[3],281,[1]p. ; 80.

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ESTC T119841



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