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Evangelical truths vindicated: in an epistle to the readers of Mr. John Brine's two pamphlets; The one entitled, Motives to Love and Unity among Calvinists differing in Opinions. The other entitled, Some Mistakes in a Book of Mr. Johnson's of Liverpool, intitled The Faith of God's Elect, &c. noted and rectified. Wherein are demonstrated, I. The Freeness and Sovereignty of Grace, to be all Influence, incapable of being purchased by any Price, or of being promoted or impeded by Sin. II. The precious Faith of the Saints, to be a Participation of the divine Nature, superior to the Nature or to the Work of any Creature. III. The Preaching of the Gospel, to be a Message of pure Grace; in subserviency whereunto the Law is to be opened in it's clearest Light, but the Gospel alone to be preached. By John Johnson.

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Liverpool : printed by E. Owen, MDCCLVIII. [1758]

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[2],xxiv,89,[1]p. ; 80.

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ESTC T74062



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