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Author: Passenger, Thomas.
Title: The sinners arraignment; or, The life, death and judgment of stubborn and incorrigible sinners. Wherein first is plainly set forth and described the certainty of their death: as also many pithy arguments to perswade men to prepare for it, lest they fall unawares into the great condemnation. Together with a pithy discourse of the last and great judgment, with a discovery of the judge, the judged, and the manner of the pronouncing sentence, the confusion of sinners before the judgement seat, being full of terrour and amazement; as also followed on with many directions to sinners. which, if followed, they may escape the sentence of, Go ye cursed, &c. With some consolations for saints, who have overcome the second death, and may appear with boldnesse at the great day and receive their sentence of, Come ye blessed, &c. By T.P.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The sinners arraignment; or, The life, death and judgment of stubborn and incorrigible sinners. Wherein first is plainly set forth and described the certainty of their death: as also many pithy arguments to perswade men to prepare for it, lest they fall unawares into the great condemnation. Together with a pithy discourse of the last and great judgment, with a discovery of the judge, the judged, and the manner of the pronouncing sentence, the confusion of sinners before the judgement seat, being full of terrour and amazement; as also followed on with many directions to sinners. which, if followed, they may escape the sentence of, Go ye cursed, &c. With some consolations for saints, who have overcome the second death, and may appear with boldnesse at the great day and receive their sentence of, Come ye blessed, &c. By T.P.
Passenger, Thomas.

London: printed for Thomas Passinger, at the three Bibles on London-Bridge, 1668.
Alternate titles: Sinners arraignment Life, death and judgment of stubborn and incorrigible sinners.
Notes:
T.P. = Thomas Passenger.
Advertisement on final leaf.
Formerly Wing P659A.
Text in black letter.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Sin -- Early works to 1800.
Salvation -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A56555.0001.001

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The Sinners Arraignment.
Books sold by Thomas Passenger, at the Three Bibles on London-Bridge.