An alarm to unconverted sinners : in a serious treatise: shewing, I. What Conversion is not, and Correcting some Mistakes about it. II. What Conversion is, and wherein it consisteth. III. The Necessity of Conversion. IV. The Marks of the Unconverted. V. The Miseries of the Unconverted. VI. Directions for Conversion. Vii. Motives to Conversion. Whereunto are annexed Divers practical cases of conscience judiciously resolved. By Joseph Allein, late Minister of the Gospel at Taunton in Sommerset-Shire

Main Author: Alleine, Joseph
Format: eBook
Published: Glasgow printed by Mr. Alexander Carmichael, Alexander Miller, James, John, and Mris. Brouns, in company 1734, MDCCXXXIV. [1734]
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:'Divers practical cases of conscience' with an unnumbered divisional titlepage and separate pagination, but with continuous register. - English Short Title Catalog, T222891. - Reproduction of original from British Library. - The preliminaries contain two epistles to the reader, the first signed: Richard Baxter; the second Richard Alleine. - The work was originally published in 1673 as 'An alarme to unconverted sinners'. - With a final leaf entitled 'Reading Mr. Joseph Allein his book, intituled; [sic] An alarm to the unconverted'
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