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The doctrine of the law & grace unfolded: or, a discourse touching the law and grace. The nature of the one, and the nature of the other: shewing what they are, as they are the two covenants; and likewise who they be, and what their conditions are, that be under either o these two covenants. Wherein for the better understanding of the reader, there is several questions answered, touching the law and grace, very easy to be read, and as easy to be understood, by those that are the sons of wisdom, the children of the second covenant. By John Bunyan, author of the Pilgrims progress.

  • Bunyan, John, 1628-1688.
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Doctrine of the law and grace unfolded


Boston : printed by J. Draper, for D. Henchman, at his shop in Corhil, 1742.

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[2],x,115[i.e.215],[1]p. ; 12⁰.


The third edition.

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ESTC W18732
Evans, 4905

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