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Grace defended, in a modest plea for an important truth; namely, that the offer of salvation made to sinners in the Gospel, comprises in it an offer of the grace given in regeneration. And shewing the consistency of this truth with the free and sovereign grace of God, in the whole work of man's salvation. In which the doctrine of original sin and humane impotence, the object and extent of redemption, the nature of regeneration, the difference between common and special grace, the nature of justifying faith, and other important points, are considered and cleared. B Experience Mayhew. [Three lines of Scripture texts]

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Boston : Printed by B. Green, and Company, for D. Henchman, in Cornhil, 1744.

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[2],vi,7,[1],208p. ; 40.

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ESTC W12480
Evans, 5439
Sabin, 47125

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