A treatise of justifying righteousness

Publication Date1676
Remainderin two books: I. A treatise of imputed righteousness, opening and defending the true sense, and confuting the false, with many of Dr. Tullies reasonings against truth, peace, and me: with an answer to Dr. Tullies letter, adjoyned. II. A friendly debate with the learned and worthy Mr. Christopher Cartwright, containing: 1. His animadversions on my Aphorisms, with my answer. 2. His exceptions against that answer. 3. My reply to the summe of the controversies agitated in those exceptions. All published instead of a fuller answer to the assaults in Dr. Tullies Justificatio Paulina, for the quieting of censorious and dividing contenders, who raise odious reports of their brethren as popish, &c. who do but attempt reconcilingly to open this doctrine more clearly than themselves. By Richard Baxter
Extent[32], 198, [2], 94, [2]; 294 [i.e. 310], [10]; 184; 79, [1] p.
Publisherprinted for Nevil Simons and Jonath. Robinson, at the Princes-Arms and Golden-Lion in St. Pauls Church-Yard




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