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The nature of that faith without which it is impossible to please God, considered in a sermon, on Hebrews XI. 6. Without faith it is impossible to please him. Together with some occasional remarks on some later writers: Also, an appendix, shewing what has been the constant doctrine of the Protestants in the Article of Faith, and some vindication of the reformers, and the late Mr. Hervey, &c. against some animadversions of the Rev. Joseph Bellamy, D.D. of Bethlehem in New- England. By J. J. Zubly, Minister of an English and German congregation at Savannah in Georgia. Published at the request of some hearers. [One line from Titus]

Zubly, John Joachim, 1724-1781.
Date
1772
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Savannah : Printed by James Johnston, 1772.

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[2],70p. ; 12⁰.

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ESTC W13794
Evans, 12635

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