|Author:||Mead, Matthew, 1630?-1699.|
|Title:||En oligo christianos, the almost Christian discovered, or, The false-professor tried and cast being the substance of seven sermons, first preached at Sepulchres, London, 1661, and now at the inportunity of friends made publick / by Matthew Meade.|
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En oligo christianos, the almost Christian discovered, or, The false-professor tried and cast being the substance of seven sermons, first preached at Sepulchres, London, 1661, and now at the inportunity of friends made publick / by Matthew Meade.
Mead, Matthew, 1630?-1699.
London: Printed for Tho. Parkhurst ..., 1662.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Title transliterated from Greek.
Index: p. - at end.
Errata: p. 
Christian life -- Sermons.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
To the Congregation at Se∣pulchres that were the Auditors of these Ser∣mons.
TO THE READER.
The Printer to the Reader,
There is that in Religion, which carries its own evidence along with it, even to the Consciences of ungodly men.
There are very many in the Wold, that are almost, and yet but almost Chri∣stians, many that are neer Heaven, and yet are ne'r the neer, many that are within a little of Salva∣tion, and yet shall never injoy the least Salvation, they are within sight of Heaven, and yet shall never have a sight of God.
That there are very many in the world, that are almost, and yet but al∣most Christians.
The second Question.
The fourth Question.
Books printed for, and sold by Thomas Parkhurst, at the sign of the Three Crowns, over against the great Conduit at the lower end of Cheapside.