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Cain and Abel malignity, that is enmity to serious godliness, that is, to an holy and heavenly state of heart and life: lamented, described, detected, and unanswerably proved, to be the devilish nature, and the militia of the devil against God, and Christ, and the Church and kingdoms, and the surest sign of a state of damnation.
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written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1689), 26 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The practical works of the late reverend and pious Mr. Richard Baxter. [London: 1707].
written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1689), 26 page(s)
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Catholick unity: Or the only way to bring us all to be of one religion. To be read by such as are offended at the differences in religion, and are willing to do their part to heal them.
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written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1660), 38 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The practical works of the late reverend and pious Mr. Richard Baxter. [London: 1707].
written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1660), 38 page(s)
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Compassionate Counsel To All Young Men, Especially, I. London Apprentices. II. Students Of Divinity, Physick And Law. III. The Sons Of Magistrates And Rich Men.
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written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1681), 28 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The practical works of the late reverend and pious Mr. Richard Baxter. [London: 1707].
written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1681), 28 page(s)
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Directions and perswasions to a sound conversion, for prevention of that deceit and damnation of souls, and of those scandals, heresies, and desperate apostasies, that are the consequents of a counterfeit or superficial change.
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written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1658), 73 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The practical works of the late reverend and pious Mr. Richard Baxter. [London: 1707].
written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1658), 73 page(s)
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Directions To Justices Of Peace, For The Discharge Of Their Duty To God. Written At The Request Of A Magistrate, And Published For The Use Of Others That Need It, By Richard Baxter: Impelled By The Love Of God And Men, To Become Their Submissive Monitor.
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written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1657), 2 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The practical works of the late reverend and pious Mr. Richard Baxter. [London: 1707].
written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1657), 2 page(s)
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A saint or a brute. The certain necessity and excellency of holiness, &c. So plainly proved, and urgently applyed, as by the blessing of God may convince and save the miserable, impenitent, ungodly sensualists, if they will not let the Devil hinder them from a sober and serious reading and considering. To be communicated by the charitable, that desire the conversion and salvation of souls, while the patience of God, and the day of grace and hope continue.
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written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1662), 113 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The practical works of the late reverend and pious Mr. Richard Baxter. [London: 1707].
written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1662), 113 page(s)
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The vain religion of the formal hypocrite, and the mischief of an unbridled tongue (as against religion, rulers, or dissenters) described, in several sermons, preached at the abby in Westminster, before many members of the honourable House of Commons. 1660. And the fools prosperity, the occasion of his destruction. A sermon preached at Covent-Garden.
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written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1660), 36 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The practical works of the late reverend and pious Mr. Richard Baxter. [London: 1707].
written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1660), 36 page(s)
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A Christian directory: or, a summ of practical theology, and cases of conscience. Directing Christians, how to use their knowledge and faith; how to improve all helps and means, and to perform all duties; how to overcome temptations, and to escape or mortifie every sin. In four parts. I. Christian ethicks (or private duties.) II. Christian oeconomicks (or family duties.) III. Christian ecclesiasticks (or church duties.) IV. Christian politicks (or duties to your rules and neighbours.)
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written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1673), 882 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The practical works of the late reverend and pious Mr. Richard Baxter. [London: 1707].
written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1673), 882 page(s)
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[Editorial matter for the collection, with a life of the author.]
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written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1707), 18 page(s)
This document is the editorial front matter for: The practical works of the late reverend and pious Mr. Richard Baxter, in four volumes. [London: 1707.]
written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1707), 18 page(s)
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[Editorial Matter With Contents and Index For Volume Two.]
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written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1707), 8 page(s)
This document is the editorial front matter for the second volume of: The practical works of the late reverend and pious Mr. Richard Baxter. [London: 1707].
written by Richard Baxter, 1615-1691 (London, England: Thomas Parkhurst (Publisher), 1707), 8 page(s)
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