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A friendly debate on a weighty subject: or, a conference by writing betwixt Mr Samuel Eaton and Mr John Knowles concerning the divinity of Iesus Christ : for the beating out, and further clearing up of truth.
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Year: 1650 Publisher: London Printed by T.N. for Gyles Calvert, at the black spread-Eagle at the West-end of Pauls,

The mystery of God incarnate : or the vvord made flesh, cleered up: or, A vindication of certain scriptures (produced to prove the divinity of Jesus Christ) from the corrupt glosses, false interpretations, and sophistical argumentations of M. John Knowles, who denies the divinity of Christ. Also, certain annotations and observations upon a pamphlet entituled, A confession of faith concerning the holy Trinity, according to the scriptures: together with a copie of a letter sent by him to the Committee of Gloucester, concerning his faith touching the doctrine of the Trinity. By Samuel Eaton, teacher of the church of Christ at Duckenfield. Whereunto is annexed the attestation of Philip Nye, John Owen, Joseph Caryl, Tho. Harrison, William Greenhill, Sydr. Simpson, Geo. Griffiths.
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Year: 1650 Publisher: London Printed for Henry Cripps, and Lodowick Lloyd, in Popes-head Alley,

Thyra aneogmene. The open door for mans approach to God. Or, a vindication of the record of God concerning the extent of the death of Christ in its object. : In answer to a treatise of Master Iohn Owen, of Cogshall in Essex, about that subject.
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Year: 1650 Publisher: London Printed by Robert White, and are to be sold by Giles Calvert, at his shop, at the sign of the Black-Spred-Eagle at the West End of Pauls,

Christ's communion with his church militant, : first preached, and now published for the good of Gods church in generall.
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Year: 1650 Publisher: London Printed by T.F. for Iohn Rothwell, at the Sun and Fountain in Pauls Church-yard,

An epistle of Publius Lentulus written to the senat and people of Rome : concerning the true description, and portraiture of Iesus Christ, gathered out of an old manuscript booke, in the library of the college of Brasennose in Oxford.
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Year: 1650 Publisher: London s.n.,

Two hymns for the nativity of Christ : Whereunto are added, a new-yeers gift, and an hymn for the feast of Twelf-Tide. The music part being set by Mr. R.M.
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Year: 1650 Publisher: Printed at London [s.n.],

Gospel grovnds; or Christ declared to be the onely treasury of all good : band the fulnesse of all, before God the Father, for true beleevers.
Year: 1650 Publisher: Printed at London [s.n.,

Lazarus's sores licked; or, An answer to these three positions: I: that Christ paid tribute to Csar. II. That Csar was an usurper in Judea, and had onely bare possession, but no right at all. III. That bare possession, without any right to a throne, gives title sufficient to the usurper, and is ground sufficient for people to subject to that usurper.
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Year: 1650 Publisher: Printed at London [s.n.],

An appeal to the present rulers in Englands Israel. : Touching impious blasphemy against Jesus Christ God the son of late explicitely broached in a scrowl scribled by one William Farmer giving himself the title gent: as also, touching ignorance, and error implicitely, but indeed peremptorily by interrogation a concluding way of argument charged upon the same rulers in his frontispice [sic], or mock-title about a clause conteined in the Apostles Creed, and about the real truth of Jesus Christ. Wherein the appealant modestly, and humbly prayeth the same rulers to vindicate the honour of our blessed Saviour Jesus Christ from horrid impious blasphemy, and their own reputations, and knowledges from calumniation of error, and ignorance. Hereunto is annexed an advertisement to millenaries with a forcible argument framed by our Lord Christs own words against their opinion for his personal reign on earth 1000. years occasioned by the same scriblings of William Farmer.
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Year: 1650 Publisher: London Printed for Charles Sumptner,

Of the death of Christ, the price he paid, and the purchase he made. Or, the satisfaction, and merit of the death of Christ cleered, : the universality of redemption thereby oppugned: and the doctrine concerning these things formerly delivered in a treatise against universal redemption vindicated from the exceptions, and objections of Mr Baxter.
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Year: 1650 Publisher: London Printed by Peter Cole, at the sign of the Printing-Press in Cornhill, near the Royal Exchange,

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