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Vincent, T.
Vincent, Thomas
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1634-1678
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Gray, Benjamin -1751
Hancock, Thomas (1703-1764)
Henchman, Daniel (1689-1761)
Kistler, Don
Leslie, Charles (1650-1722)
Phillips, John (1701-1763)
Trumbull, Benjamin (1735-1820)
Westminster Assembly (1643-1652)
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Christ's certain and sudden appearance to judgement By Thomas Vincent ...
Christ's certain and sudden appearance to judgment. By Thomas Vincent, sometime minister of Maudlines, Milk-street, London
Christ's certain and sudden appearance to judgment. By Thomas Vincent, sometime minister of Maudlins Milk-street, London. The seventh edition. Licensed, May 28. 1688
Christ's sudden & certain appearance to judgment
Companion for communicants. Or, The Christian instructed in the great duty of worthy approaching the table of the Lord. By Mr. Thomas Vincent. To which is added, A brief rehearsal of the sufferings of Christ from the judgment-hall of Pontius Pilate to the place of execution. By Mr. Thomas Doolittel. And The Christian at the table of the Lord, containing suitable meditaions [sic] and sweet ejaculations while participating of the Holy Eucharist. By Mr. Jabez Earle. A collection worthy of esteem, and much to be improved and delighted in, by all that love the Lord Jesus Christ, and that desire in a right and acceptable manner to shew forth his death.
Explanation of the assemblies Shorter catechism
Explanation of the assembly's Shorter catechism
explicatory catechism, or, An explanation of the assemblies Shorter catechism, An : wherein all the answers in the assemblies catechism are taken abroad in under questions and answers, the truths explain'd, and proved by reason and Scripture, several cases of conscience resolv'd, some chief controversies in religion stated, with arguments against divers errors : useful to be read in private families, after examination in the catechism it self, for the more clear and thorough understanding of what is therein learn'd
explicatory catechism; or An explanation of the assemblies shorter catechism Wherein all the answers in the assemblies catechism are taken abroad in under questions and answers, the truths explained and proved by reason and scripture; several cases of conscience resolved, some chief controversies in religion stated, with arguments against diverse errors, useful to be read in private families, after examination in the catechism itself, for the more clear and through understanding of what is therein learned: By Thomas Vincent, sometime minister of Maudline Milk Street in London., An
explicatory catechism: or, An explanation of the assemblies shorter catechism. Wherein all the answers in the assemblies catechism are taken abroad in under-questions and answers, the truths explained, and proved by reason and the scripture: several cases of conscience resolved; some chief controversies in religion stated, with arguments against divers errors. Useful to be read in private families, after examination in the catechism itself, for the more clear and through understanding of what is therein learned. By Thomas Vincent, sometime minister of Maudline-Milk-Street in London., An
explicatory catechism; or, An explanation of the assembly's shorter catechism Wherein all the answers in the assembly's catechism are taken abroad in under-questions and answers, the truths explained, and proved by reason and scripture; several cases of conscience resolved; some chief controversies in religion stated, with arguments against divers errors: useful to be read in private families, after examination in the catechism itself, for the more clear and thorough understanding of what is therein learned. By Thomas Vincent, sometime minister of Maudline-Milk-Street, in London., An
explicatory catechism: or An explanation of the assembly's shorter catechism Wherein all the answers in the assembly's catechism are taken abroad under questions and answers; the truths explained, and proved by reason and scripture; several cases of conscience resolved; some chief controversies in religion; stated, with arguments against diverse errors: useful to be read in private families after examination in the catechism itself, for the more clear and through understanding of what is therein learned. By Thomas Vincent, sometime minister of Maudlin, Milk street, London., An
explicatory catechism or An explanation of the assembly's shorter catechism. Wherein all the answers in the assembly's catechism are taken abroad under questions and answers; the truths explained, and proved by reason and scriptures; several cases of conscience resolved; some chief controversies in religion stated, with arguments against divers errors: useful to be read in private families after examination of the catechism itself, for the more clear and thorough understanding of what is therein learned. By Thomas Vincent, sometime minister of Maudlin, Milk-street, London., An
explicatory catechism: or, An explanation of the assembly's shorter catechism Wherein all the answers of the assembly's catechism are taken abroad in under questions and answers; the truths explained, and proved by reasons and scripture; several cases of conscience resolved; some chief controversies in religion stated, with the arguments against divers errors: useful to be read in private families, after examination in the catechism itself, for the more clear and thorough understanding of what is therein learned. By Thomas Vincent, sometime minister of maudline. Milk street in London., An
Fire and brimstone from Heaven. -
foundation of God standeth sure. -, The
God's terrible voice in the city. Wherein are set forth the sound of the voice, in a narration of the two late dreadful judgments of plague and fire, inflicted upon the city of London ; the former in the year 1665, the latter in the year 1666.
God's terrible voice in the city : Wherein you have 1. The sound of the voice in the history of the two late dreadful judgments of plague and fire in London. : 2. The interpretation of the voice in a discovery of the cause and design of these judgments
God's terrible voice in the city. Wherein you have I. The sound of the voice, in the history of the two late dreadful judgments of plague and fire in London.
God's terrible voice in the city: Wherin are set forth the sound of the voice, in a narration of the two dreadful judgements of plague and fire, inflicted upon the city of London; in the years 1665, and 1666
Godlinesse, in principle. -
Gods terrible voice. -
good work begun in the day of grace performed until the day of Christ, The : with, Christ the best husband, an invitation to young women unto Christ, and The best gift, God's call upon young men for their hearts
Love to the unseen Christ
shorter catechism of the Westminster Assembly explained and proved from Scripture, The
true Christian's love to the unseen Christ, The : a discourse chiefly tending to excite and promote the decaying love of Christ in the hearts of Christians, with an appendix concerning Christ's manifestation of Himself to them that love Him
true Christians love of the unseen Christ, or, A discourse chiefly tending to excite and promote the decaying love of Christ in the hearts of Christians, The
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