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Author: Lamb, Thomas, d. 1686.
Title: A treatise of particular predestination vvherein ar[e] answered three letters. 1. Tending to disprove particular predestination. 2. To shew the contradiction betwixt Christ dying for all, and Gods election of some. 3. To prove that the soule doth not come from the parent, and consequently that there is no originall sinne. By Thomas Lamb.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A treatise of particular predestination vvherein ar[e] answered three letters. 1. Tending to disprove particular predestination. 2. To shew the contradiction betwixt Christ dying for all, and Gods election of some. 3. To prove that the soule doth not come from the parent, and consequently that there is no originall sinne. By Thomas Lamb.
Lamb, Thomas, d. 1686.

London: s.n.], printed in the yeare, 1642.
Notes:
The words "1. Tending .. sinne." are bracketed together on title page.
The "e" in "are" has failed to print on title page.
Reproduction of the original in the Trinity College (University of Cambridge) Library.
Subject terms:
Predestination -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A48461.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the unpartiall Reader, Grace, and Peace.
AN ANSVVER TO A short writing, for the disproving of particular Predestination, made by T. S. in which answer, particular Predestination is cleared and proved by T. L.
An Answer to a Letter written by R. H. sending to shew the contradiction that is betwixt Christs dying for all, and Gods Election of some.
Here followeth an answer to Letter which was . In which answer is shewed how that the some and originall sinne, and corruption of nature is derived by the ration from Adam.