APA Citation

Fogg, L. (1713). God's infinite grace in election and impartial equity in preterition vindicated: Or an Antidote against Offences, occasioned by sundry Celebrated Parties unwarily contending about God's Eternal Prescience, and the Internal Operations of his Grace, in its leading Men through Faith to Salvation. By Lawrence Fogg, D. D. and Dean of Chester. Chester: printed by E. Ince, for the Author.

Chicago Style Citation

Fogg, Lawrence. God's Infinite Grace in Election and Impartial Equity in Preterition Vindicated: Or an Antidote against Offences, Occasioned By Sundry Celebrated Parties Unwarily Contending About God's Eternal Prescience, and the Internal Operations of His Grace, in Its Leading Men Through Faith to Salvation. By Lawrence Fogg, D. D. and Dean of Chester. Chester: printed by E. Ince, for the Author, 1713.

MLA Citation

Fogg, Lawrence. God's Infinite Grace in Election and Impartial Equity in Preterition Vindicated: Or an Antidote against Offences, Occasioned By Sundry Celebrated Parties Unwarily Contending About God's Eternal Prescience, and the Internal Operations of His Grace, in Its Leading Men Through Faith to Salvation. By Lawrence Fogg, D. D. and Dean of Chester. Chester: printed by E. Ince, for the Author, 1713.

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