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Toplady, Augustus (1740-1778)  en
Rock of ages
Lee and Shepard, 1881GB 6/18
Boston : Lee and Shepard ; New York : C. T. Dillingham, 1879IA 6/18
Boston, Lee and Shepard; New York : C.T. Dillingham, 1879IA 6/18
Boston : Lee and Shepard ; New York : C. T. Dillingham, 1879IA 6/18
Lee and Shepard, 1878GB 6/18
Leydekker, Melchior (1642-1721)  de
Den raed des vredes, en de oeconomie of bedeelinge der genade door de Goddelijcke Dryeenigheyt: in de uytvoeringe der zaligheyt aller uytverkorene, bysonderlijck onder het Oude Testament ... verklaert tot onderwijsinge der eenvoudigen ..., trans. Guilius Reijnvaen (Gerardus Borstius, boeck-verkooper op den Dam, op de hoeck van de Nieuwen-dijck, 1675)
GB 6/18
Puerari, Daniel (1621-1692)
Infirmatio vindicationis & confirmationis explicationis propositae de loco et spatio (Geneva : de Tournes, 1668)
BSB 6/18
Disputatio physica de loco (Geneva : de Tournes, 1664)
BSB 6/18
Vitringa, Campegius, Sr (1659-1722)  en de
Typus theologiæ practicæ sive de vita spirituali, ejusque affectionibus, commentatio (Franeker : Wibius Bleck, 1716)
GB 6/18
Korte schets van de christelyke zeden-leere ofte Van het geestelyk leven ende desselfs eigenschappen (Amsterdam : Hendrik Strik, 1718)
GB 6/18
Bernsau, Henricus Gulielmus (1717-1763)
Theologiæ dogmaticæ methodo scientifica pertractatæ: Partis posterioris, sectio altera: In qua ea, quæ in sacra scriptura de salutis acquisitione traduntur, demonstrantur fundamentis errorum una subversis, vol. 2 (1761)
GB 6/17
Theologiæ dogmaticæ methodo scientifica pertractatæ: Partis posterioris, sectio prima: In qua ea, quæ in sacra scriptura ad salutem præcognitu necessaria traduntur, demonstrantur fundamentis errorum una subversis, vol. 2 (1759)
GB 6/17
Theologiæ dogmaticæ methodo scientifica pertractatæ: Pars prior [sectio prior], vol. 1 (1747) [Note that the title page indicates "pars prior" concerning the Trinity and the decrees, but this volume is "Pars prior, sectio prior" on the divine essence and attributes]
GB 6/17
Theologiæ dogmaticæ methodo scientifica pertractatæ: Partis prioris, sectio altera, vol. 1 (1745) [Note that the title page indicates "sectio prior" as concerned with the divine essence and attributes, but the text itself, following the preface begins as "Sectio II" on the Trinity.]
GB 6/17
Textor, Bernhard (c.1560-1602)  de
Christliche Bericht auf Gottes Wort von dreyen fürnemen gründen ... alles bestend. trosts unter d. Kreutz ... bey der Begräbniß Elisabethen Grävin zu Witgenstein (Rab, 1600)
GB 6/17
Theses Theologic[Ae] De I. Vsu Legis et Euangelii. Ii. Discrimine Legis moralis et Euangelii. Iii. Discrimine veteris et novi Testamenti. Ex Epistola D: Pauli Ad Galatas Praecipue, et Aliis Sctipturae Canonicae libris collectae; quarum veritatem ... Praeside Reverendo Ac Doctissimo Viro Dn. Bernhardo Textore Ss. Theologiae in illustri Schola Herbornensi Professore, publicè pro virili defendet Tilemannvs Heckervs Radenbachensis Nassovius. (Herborn : Christoph Rab, 1592)
SBB 6/17
VOLUMEN ALTERUM THESIUM THEOLOGICARUM, IN ILLUSTRI SCHOLA NASSOVICA HERBORNAE DISPUTATARUM ANNIS 1592. 1593. 1594 (Ex officina Christophori Corvini, 1597)
GB 6/17
Stone, Samuel (1602-1663)  en
Whole Body of Divinity, ed. Baird Tipson (ca. 1656) [Transcription by Samuel Willard]
n/a 6/16
Deceivers deceiv'd, or, The mistakes of wickedness in sundry erroneous and deceitful principles, practised in our late fatal times, and suspected still in the reasonings of unquiet spirits delivered in a sermon at St. Paul's, October 20th 1661 before the Right Honorable Sir Richard Browne Knight and Baronet, Lord Maior of the city of London, and the aldermen his brethren : being the initial also of the Reverend Dr. John Berwick, dean of the said church, at the first celebrity of divine service with the organ and choiristers, which the Lord Maior himslef solemniz'd with his personal presence from the very beginning. (London : Henry Brome ..., 1661)
EEBO-TCP 6/16
A congregational church is a catholike visible church, or, An examination of M. Hudson his vindication concerning the integrality of the catholike visible church wherein also satisfaction is given to what M. Cawdrey writes touching that subject, in his review of M. Hooker's Survey of church discipline (London : Peter Cole ..., 1652)
EEBO-TCP 6/16
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