|Author:||Sherwin, William, 1607-1687?|
|Title:||Kleis Euangeliou tou mystikou, or, A key of the doctrines contained in this book for the better perusal thereof with some additions of Christs being heir of all things ... : and Abrahams being heir of the world ... : and of promised and covenant mercies to the father ... / by W.S. ...|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Kleis Euangeliou tou mystikou, or, A key of the doctrines contained in this book for the better perusal thereof with some additions of Christs being heir of all things ... : and Abrahams being heir of the world ... : and of promised and covenant mercies to the father ... / by W.S. ...
Sherwin, William, 1607-1687?
London: Printed for R. Smith ..., 1672.
First four words of title in Greek characters.
Imperfect: pages stained and with print show-through.
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Revelation -- Early works to 1800.
Kingdom of God.
: OR The Key of the Doctrine of the Kingdom of God, &c. for the better perusal of this Work. First, in more brief Assertions: Secondly, in their larger Ex∣plications.
1. The briefer Assertions.
Of Gods great Promised Mercies to the Fore-Fathers made in the Old Testament through Christ, to be fulfilled by him in the World to come, in the time of his glorious Kingdom therein.
22th. The Doctrine of Christs glorious Kingdom [or the New Jerusalem State] now shortly approaching, is exceeding comfortable and very ad∣vantageous to all faithfull Christians, is manifest by the Key and this whole Work; and by the ensuing [Paraenesis] or Monitory Exhorta∣tion, may further appear. Anno Dom. 1672.
An account of the composing and Parcels contained in this Book: with some Apologetical hints. July 27. 1672.