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A practical discourse concerning a future judgement, Under the following Heads: Viz: I. The Proof of a Future Judgment. II. Concerning the Time of Judgment. III. Who shall be our Judge, viz. the Man Christ Jesus. IV. The Manner and Circumstances of Christ's Appearance, and the awful Solemnities of Judgment. V. Who are to be judged; viz. the World, or all Mankind. VI. For what we shall be judged. Vii. Concerning the Righteousness of the Future Judgment, and the Rule whereby we shall be judged. Viii. The Conclusion. By William Sherlock, D. D. Late Dean of St. Paul's.
- Sherlock, William, 1641?-1707.
- MDCCXXXIX. 
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London : printed for J. Walthoe, A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch, J. and J. Pemberton, R. Robinson, J. Walthoe, Jun. T. Longman, J. Clarke, J.andP. Knapton, D. Browne,and C. Bathurst, MDCCXXXIX. 
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The eleventh edition.