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Author: Parker, William, fl. 1651-1658.
Title: A revindication set forth by William Parker, in the behalfe of Dr. Drayton deceased, and himself of the possibility of a total mortification of sin in this life: and, of the saints perfect obedience to the law of God: to be the orthodox Protestant doctrine, and no innovations (as they are falsly charged to be) of Dr. Drayton and W. Parker; in an illogicall vindication, wherein the necessity of sins remaining in the best saints as long as they live, and the impossibility of perfect obedience to the law of God, is ignorantly and perversly avouched to to [sic] be the orthodox Protestant doctrine; by one who subscribeth his name John Tendring. ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A revindication set forth by William Parker, in the behalfe of Dr. Drayton deceased, and himself of the possibility of a total mortification of sin in this life: and, of the saints perfect obedience to the law of God: to be the orthodox Protestant doctrine, and no innovations (as they are falsly charged to be) of Dr. Drayton and W. Parker; in an illogicall vindication, wherein the necessity of sins remaining in the best saints as long as they live, and the impossibility of perfect obedience to the law of God, is ignorantly and perversly avouched to to [sic] be the orthodox Protestant doctrine; by one who subscribeth his name John Tendring. ...
Parker, William, fl. 1651-1658.

London: printed by W.G. and are to be sold, with the Examen to the late synods confession of faith, by Nathaniel Brook at the sign of the Angel in Cornhill, and John Orme in Pellican-Court in Little Britain, M. DC. LVIII. [1658]
Notes:
Page 257 misnumbered 247; last leaf blank.
With two final leaves describing contents.
A reply to: Tendring, John. A vindication of the orthodoxe protestant doctrine against the innovations of Dr. Drayton and Mr. Parker.
Reproduction of the original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Subject terms:
Tendring, John. -- A vindication of the orthodoxe protestant doctrine against the innovations of Dr. Drayton and Mr. Parker.
Drayton, Thomas, -- d. 1658? -- Early works to 1800.
Sin, Mortal -- Early works to 1800.
Church of England -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A56405.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Vindicator (before he entreth upon the prosecution of his sinful business in plain terms) doth present a Preface to his be∣loved friends, in Scripture-phrase, like to a Pharisaical Saint, with a specious saluta∣tion in the front of it.
A Confutation of the two subse∣quent Positions.
pages 1-75
pages 75-175
pages 175-247
The Contents of the Integral (or of this whole Book) is distributed into a Tri∣cotomie, and offered to the Readers view, that he may (primo intuitu) perceive what he shall (if he please) find despersed and argued (à capite ad calcem) throughout the same.
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