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Author: Marsin, M.
Title: Two sorts of latter days, proved from Scripture. First, the latter days of perilous times, the which are to be ended before the great and glorious latter days have their beginning. Proved when the elder people or nation is to serve the younger. And by that servitude made blessed. The old and new testament made to agree. And truth vindicated against all heresies. By M. Marsin.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Two sorts of latter days, proved from Scripture. First, the latter days of perilous times, the which are to be ended before the great and glorious latter days have their beginning. Proved when the elder people or nation is to serve the younger. And by that servitude made blessed. The old and new testament made to agree. And truth vindicated against all heresies. By M. Marsin.
Marsin, M.

London: printed and sold by J. Bradford in Little-Britain, the Corner House over against the pump. Mrs. Michael at the Crown and Cushion in Westminster-Hall. And at Mercers-Chappel in Cheapside. At John Gwillum's over against the Great James in Bishopsgate-street, 1699.
Notes:
Signatures: pi4 B-F4 G2.
Reproduction of the original at the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Theology, Doctrinal -- Early works to 1800.
Heresies, Christian -- Early works to 1800.
Anti-Catholicism -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A52084.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Dedication.
TO THE READER.
All that are willing to know the Truth, it is de∣sired of them to consider these Twelve things.
CHAP I. A full discovery that we are in the Gloomy and Dark day, which St. Paul terms the Night, where he saith,
God's Love to the World.
Esau and Jacob made the Figures or Represen∣tatives of two Nations, or two several Sorts of People.
Concerning the Servitude.
Jacob's Blessing.
Wherefore God hated Esau or Edom.
Concerning the Kingdom of Saul, and the King∣dom of David.
The Faith of Abraham is comprehended under a Fourfold Head: The which belief was account∣ed to him for Righteousness.
St. Paul's Reference to Sarah and Rebeckah.
Not all Sleep.