Primitive Christianity reviv'd and restor'd Or, The state of a reformation in full to the will of God and Christ, humbly propos'd to the consideration of all men, kings, states, churches, and private persons whatever; and that as a stand, both as the most purely, sincerely, and holily to the mind to God; and yet at the same time the most inoffensively to the interest of every private person whatever. Omne tubit punctum, qui miscuit utile dulci. Behold then here, I. Christ's axe laid full to the root of the tree of sin in the world. II. Christ's converting powers of the word, stated in their brightest reasonings, and that in order to their being further and better carried on in their irresistible powers. III. The royal supremacy and power of Kings and states fix'd and establish'd in religion, beyond all dispute and contradiction whatever, and that for ever and ever. IV.
Printed for Thomas Warner, in Pater-noster-Row
1727, M.DCC.XXVII. 
|Collection:||Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa|
|Item Description:||English Short Title Catalog, N39751. - Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library|
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