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A review of all the doctrines taught by the Rev. Mr. John Wesley; containing, a full and particular answer to a book entitled, "A second check to Antinomianism." In six letters to the Rev. Mr. F-r. Wherein the Doctrines of A twofold Justification, Free Will, Man's Merit, Sinless Perfection, Finished Salvation, and Real Antinomianism, are particularly discussed; and The Puritan Divines and Protestant Churches Vindicated from the Charges brought against them of holding Mr. Wesley's Doctrines. To which are added, a farrago; and some remarks on the "third check t Antinomianism". By the author of Pietas Oxoniensis.

  • Hill, Richard, Sir, 1733-1808.
Date
1772
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Publication/Creation

London : printed for E. and C. Dilly, in the Poultry, 1772.

Physical description

158,[2],16p. ; 8⁰.

Edition

The second edition, corrected and enlarged.

References note

ESTC T17834

Languages

  • English


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