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Author: Towne, Robert, 1592 or 3-1663.
Title: The re-assertion of grace, or, Vindiciæ evangelii a vindication of the Gospell-truths, from the unjust censure and undue aspersions of Antinomians : in a modest reply to Mr. Anth. Burgesses Vindiciæ legis, Mr. Rutherfords Triall and tryumph of faith, from which also Mr. Geerie and M. Bedford may receive a satisfactory answer / by Robert Towne.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The re-assertion of grace, or, Vindiciæ evangelii a vindication of the Gospell-truths, from the unjust censure and undue aspersions of Antinomians : in a modest reply to Mr. Anth. Burgesses Vindiciæ legis, Mr. Rutherfords Triall and tryumph of faith, from which also Mr. Geerie and M. Bedford may receive a satisfactory answer / by Robert Towne.
Towne, Robert, 1592 or 3-1663., Bushell, Seth, 1621-1684., Towne, Robert, 1592 or 3-1663.

London: Printed for the author, and are to be sold at the Angell ..., 1654.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references.
Advertisement: p. [2]-[5] at end.
Preface signed: R. Towne.
Added t.p. and separate paging ([6], 43 p.): Monomachia, or, A single reply to Mr. Rutherford's book called Christ's dying and drawing of sinners ... / by Robert Towne. London : Printed by J.C. for Nath. Brook ..., 1654.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Subject terms:
Burgess, Anthony, -- d. 1664. -- Vindiciae legis.
Rutherford, Samuel, -- 1600?-1661. -- Tryal & triumph of faith.
Rutherford, Samuel, -- 1600?-1661. -- Christ dying and drawing sinners unto Himself.
Bedford, Thomas, -- d. 1653.
Geree, Stephen, -- 1594-1656?
Grace (Theology)
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A63017.0001.001

Contents
title page
The PREFACE.
AN ADMONITION To the READER.
The Preface.
Vindiciae Evangelii: OR, The Vindication of the Gospel from the unjust Censure, and all Aspertions of A〈◊〉ntinomy. Or, A Reply to Mr ANTH: BURGESSE'S Vindiciae Legis, &c.
LECTURE I.
LECTURE II.
LECTURE III.
LECTURE IIII.
LECT. V.
LECT. VI.
LECT. VII. & VIII.
LECT. IX.
LECT. X.
LECT. XI.
LECT. XIII.
LECT. XIV.
LECT. XV.
LECT. XVI.
LECT. XVII.
LECT. XVIII.
LECT. XX.
LECT. XXI.
LECT. XXII.
LECT. XXIII.
LECT. XXIIII.
LECT. XXV.
LECT. XXVI.
LECT. XXVII.
LECT. XXVIII.
LECT. XXIX.
A Model of new Divinity: or, certain Miscellaneous, Anti-evangelical, incon∣sistent, or ambiguous Positions and Tenents, which the Adversaries (having Decryed, de∣pressed and defaced the doctrine of Free-Grace) do assert, substitute, and publish in Pulpit and Press.
title page
to the reader
MONOMACHIA, or, A single Re∣ply to Mr. Rutherfords book, called, Christs dying and drawing of Sinners: vin∣dicating and clearing onely such positions and passages, in the book intituled, The Assertion of Grace, as are by him palpably mistaken and perverted: and so miscalled Antinomian.
A brief REPLY to the Exceptions taken by Mr. Rutherford in his Tryal and Triumph of Faith, against the suppo∣sed Antinomian Errours.
1 Exception.
2 Exception.
3 Exception is against the Covenant.
4 Exception in pag. 102.
5 Exception same pag.
6 Exception. Of the Law converting the soul.
7 Exception, against Dr. Crisp.
8 Exception against Mr. Town.
9 Exception.
10 Exception.
11 Exception.
12 Exception.
Reader, these books following are printed for Nath. Brook, and are to be sold at his shop at the Angel in Cornhil.