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Gill, John
Gill, John (Dr)
Gill, John ((theologian))
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1697-1771
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Doddridge, Philip (1702-1751)
Gurney, Thomas (1705-1770))
Honert, Johan van den T.H. zoon, 1693-1758
Loveringh, Jacobus (Amsterdam)
Lowman, Moses (1680-1752)
Poole, Matthew (1624-1679)
Robinson, John (Londen)
Tirion, Isaak (Amsterdam)
Wells, Edward (1667-1727)
Whitby, Daniel (1638-1726)
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Baptism a divine commandment to be observed : being a sermon preached at Barbican, Octob. 9, 1765, at the baptism of the Reverend Mr. Robert Carmichael, Minister of the Gospel in Edinburgh
Bible.
Bijbel.
Books written by John Gill, D.D. and sold by George Keith at the Bible and Crown, Gracechurch-street.
Cause of god and truth in four parts : with a vindication of part iv from the cavils, calumnies, and defamations of mr. henry heywood
collection of sermons and tracts, A : several of which were never before printed
Complete body of doctrinal and practical divinity : or a system of evangelical truths deduced from the sacred scriptures
discourse on prayer, from I Corinthians xiv. 15. preached December 25, 1732. To a society of young men, who carry on an exercise of prayer on Lord's Day mornings, at a meeting-house on Horsly-Down, Southwark. ... By John Gill, A
Dissenter's reasons for separating from the church of england
dissertation concerning the antiquity of the Hebrew language. letters, vowel-points, and accents, A
divine right of infant baptism, examined and disproved, The : being an answer to a pamphlet, entitled, A brief illustration and confirmation of the divine right of infant baptism, printed at Boston in New England, 1746
doctrine of justification, by the righteousness of Christ, stated and maintained being the substance of several sermons. By John Gill, D.D., The
doctrine of predestination stated, The
doctrine of the saints final perseverance, asserted and vindicated: in answer to a late pamphlet, called, Serious thoughts, on that subject. By John Gill, D.D, The
doctrine of the wheels, in the visions of Ezekiel, opened and explained: in a sermon preached to an assembly of ministers and churches, at the meeting-house of the Rev. Mr. Anderson, ... April the 25th, 1765. By John Gill, The
doctrines of God's everlasting love to his elect, and their eternal union with Christ together with some other truths, stated and defended. In a letter to Dr Abraham Taylor. By John Gill, D.D., The
Dr. Gill's three sermons on the present and future state of the church
Exposition of the new testament
Exposition of the song of solomon
five points
free grace of God exalted in the character of the apostle Paul Being a sermon preached at St. Alban's, Hertfordshire, May 26, 1765. By John Gill., The
glory of God's grace displayed, 1724, The
glory of the church in the latter day a sermon preached to the society which support the Wednesday's evening-lecture, in Great East-Cheap, Decemb'. 27th, 1752,... By John Gill, D.D., The
head of the serpent bruised by the seed of the woman A sermon on Genesis iii. 15. Occasioned by the death of Mrs. Martha Gifford, late wife of the Reverend Mr. Andrew Gifford, preached January 14, 1732/33. By John Gill., The
Infant-baptism, a part and pillar of popery being a vindication of a paragraph in a preface to a reply to Mr. Clarke's defense of infant-baptism
John
life and thought of John Gill (1697-1771), The : a tercentennial appreciation
magnum opus
mutual gain of Christ and Christians in their life and death A sermon occasioned by the decease of the Revd. Joseph Stennett, D.D. who departed this life, Feb. 7, 1758, in the sixty-sixth year of his age. Preached February 26. By John Gill, D.D., The
Nature and fitness of things
necessity of good works unto salvation considered occasion'd by some reflections and misrepresentations of Mr. (alias Dr.) Abraham Taylor, in a pamphlet of his lately published, called, An address to young students in Divinity, by way of caution against some paradoxes, which lead to Doctrinal Antinomianism. By John Gill., The
perfections of God a standing rule to try all doctrines and experience by A poem. Humbly offer'd to the consideration of Mr. John Wesley, and his followers. With other occasional poems. By the author of Perseverance, a poem., The
Perseverance. A poem In reply to the Reverend Mr. Wesley's poetical performance, falsly call'd, "An answer to all which the Reverend Dr. Gill has printed on the final perseverance of the saints..
prophecies of the Old Testament, respecting the Messiah, consider'd; and prov'd to be literally fulfill'd in Jesus. Containing an answer to the objections of the author of The scheme of literal prophecy. By John Gill, The
Romans
Scriptures the only guide in matters of the religion being a sermon preached at the baptism of several persons in barbican, november 2, 1750
sermon occasioned by the death of Elizabeth Gill who departed this life May 30th. 1738. having entred the 13th year of her age. Preached June 4th. To which is added, an account of some of her choice experiences. By John Gill., A
Verklaring der algemeene brieven van de apostelen Jakobus, Petrus, Joannes en Judas;
Verklaring van de geheele Heilige Schrift. N.T. Epistles, Pauline. Selection
Verklaring van den brief van den apostel Paulus aan de Hebreën
Verklaring van het euangelium van Lukas.
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