A discourse of conscience

Publication Date1697
RemainderShewing I. What conscience is, and what are its acts and offices. II. What is the rule of it. III. The several sorts of conscience. IV. How some practical cases or questions concerning conscience may be resolv'd. V. The benefit and happiness of a good conscience, and the unhappiness of an evil one. VI. How a good conscience may be attain'd, and how we may judge whether we have attain'd it. Publish'd chiefly for the benefit of the vnlearned, tho' it may also be useful to others. Together with brief reflections upon that which the author o christianity not mysterious faith upon that known text, I Tim. iii. 16
Extent[8], 110 [i.e. 111], [1] p.
Publisherprinted by W[illiam]. Onley, for A[lexander]. Bosvile, at the Dial over against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street



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