Prædestination, as before privately, so now at last openly defended against postdestination.
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- Variations in title: Predestination, as before privately, so now at last openly defended against post-destination
- Continuation of title: In a correptorie correction, given in by way of answer to, A (so called) correct copy of some notes concerning Gods decrees, especially of reprobation, published the last summer, by Mr T. P[ierce] In which correct copy of his, he left so much of pelagianisme, massilianisme, arminianisme uncorrected as, Scripture, antiquity, the Church of England, schoolmen, and all orthodox neotericks will exclaime against to his shame, as is manifestly evinced.
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CA MRUASC C0012-BT810.B47 1656
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, 232,  p.
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Item is a Puritan religious tract written as a rebuttal to Thomas Pierce's 1655 book: A Correct Copy of Some Notes Concerning Gods Decrees, Especially Of Reprobation. Book was printed by W.H. for G. Sawbridge.
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