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Veritas exultans, truth exalted and self abased: Or, A call to come out of babylon, both in its gross and more refin'd appearance, in, and amongst all professors. Suitable to these times wherein so many voices are gone forth. Shewing, that all men out of the life and power of religion, are in superstition and Idolatry; and that no worship is acceptable to God, but what flows from, and is performed by his own spirit. From whence is set sorth the excellency of the power above the form, of the spirit above the letter; and truth above shadows. Written by an Impartial Lover of Truth and sincerity in all, but an utter enemy to deceit and hypocrisy under what notion foever. Caleb Gilman.
- Gilman, Caleb.
A treatise concerning justifying or saving faith: wherein the nature of faith is largely handled; particularly, what respects the Act of Faith; the Manner of Faith; the Fulness of Faith's Assent; of the Assurance of Faith, and what Assurance is necessary; and of particular Application of the Promises; of the Object and Subject of Faith; of the Efficient Cause and End of justifying Faith; with Answers to Objections, and practical Uses and Instructions from each Point. By the late reverend and learned Mr. James Fraser of Brea, Minister of the Gospel at Culross: Written by him while he was a prisoner in the Bass, 1679. Carefully revised according to the original Manuscript.
- Fraser, James, 1639-1699.
- M.D.CC.XXII.