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An ansvver to a passage in Mr. Baxter's book, intituled, A key for Catholicks, beginning pag. 321, concerning the King's being put to death
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Year: 1660 Publisher: London : Printed for John Jones ...,

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The light of Christ within proved to be sufficient to lead unto God, : in answer to a book put forth by John Tombes and Richard Baxter, in which they go about to prove the light within insufficient to lead to God. By many fallible arguments, perverting of scripture, and their own reasonings. But their rule for proof being so fallible, uncertain and confused, that often-times they prove that which they would disprove, and confesse that which they would deny. For the convincing and edifying of those that are not satisfied concerning the light within, is this given forth
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Year: 1660 Publisher: London, : printed for Thomas Simmons at the signe of the Bull and Mouth near Aldersgate,

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The good Catholick no bad subject. Or, A letter from a Catholick gentleman to Mr. Richard Baxter. : Modestly accepting the challenge by him made in his Sermon of repentance, preached before the Honorable House of Commons, 30 April, 1660.
Year: 1660 Publisher: London : [s.n.],

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The light of Christ within proved to be sufficient to lead unto God, : in answer to a book put forth by John Tombes and Richard Baxter, in which they go about to prove the light within insufficient to lead to God ...
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An impartial inquiry into the nature of sin : in which are evidently proved its positive entity or being, the true original of its existence, the essentiall parts of its composition by reason, by authority divine, humane, antient, modern, Romane, Reformed, by the adversaries confessions and contradictions, by the judgement of experience and common sense partly extorted by Mr. Hickman's challenge, partly by the influence which his errour hath had on the lives of many, (especially on the practice of our last and worst times,) but chiefly intended as an amulet to prevent the like mischiefs to come : to which is added An appendix in vindication of Doctor Hammond, with the concurrence of Doctor Sanderson, Oxford visitors impleaded, the supreme authority asserted : together with diverse other subjects, whose heads are gathered in the contents : after all A postscript concerning some dealings of Mr. Baxter
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Year: 1660 Publisher: London : Printed by R.N. for T. Garthwait ...,

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