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Author: Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679.
Title: Concerning the church: or, of the church-state under the Gospel. Whereby it may appear what a miserable apostacy from the truth hath overspread and covered the earth for many ages and generations, and how gross and thick the darkness yet lies upon it, though the light of God in his tender mercy hath broke forth and shined upon the people of his gathering, and through them hath also visited the world. The guidance of this in my heart, was particularly and chiefly towards the Papists, but I afterwards had a true sence, that it also extended to the state of such Protestants, as had not waited on the Lord, ... Written in Alisbury prison about the middle of the 6th month, 1666. By Issac Penington. Whereunto is annexed, Some observations upon the eternal judgment, as it is expressed by Christ, Mat.25.31 to the end of the chapter.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Concerning the church: or, of the church-state under the Gospel. Whereby it may appear what a miserable apostacy from the truth hath overspread and covered the earth for many ages and generations, and how gross and thick the darkness yet lies upon it, though the light of God in his tender mercy hath broke forth and shined upon the people of his gathering, and through them hath also visited the world. The guidance of this in my heart, was particularly and chiefly towards the Papists, but I afterwards had a true sence, that it also extended to the state of such Protestants, as had not waited on the Lord, ... Written in Alisbury prison about the middle of the 6th month, 1666. By Issac Penington. Whereunto is annexed, Some observations upon the eternal judgment, as it is expressed by Christ, Mat.25.31 to the end of the chapter.
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679.

London: , printed in the year, 1666.
Notes:
"Some observations upon the eternal judgment," has a caption title p.16..
Dummy Reproduction of original in Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A54027.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Preface.
Of the Church-state under the Gospel.
Some Queries to the Professours of Christianity, to provoke them to jealousie for their good.
SOME OBSERVATIONS UPON THE Eternal Judgement, As it is expressed by CHRIST, Matth. 25.31. to the end of the Chapter.