|Title:||Truth vindicated against all heresies shewing how the seed of the woman and the seed of the serpent is distinguished : the woman cloathed with the sun discoverd, she having the moon under her feet : the Old and New Testament made to agree and God's justice and mercy magnified.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Truth vindicated against all heresies shewing how the seed of the woman and the seed of the serpent is distinguished : the woman cloathed with the sun discoverd, she having the moon under her feet : the Old and New Testament made to agree and God's justice and mercy magnified.
London: Printed and sold by Edward Pool ... Abel Roper ... Mr. Michael ..., 1698.
Second ed. (1700) has statement of resposibility : by M. Marsin.
Imperfect: pages 57-68 lacking; pages cropped and tightly bound with some loss of print.
Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.
II. Shewing whom the Seeds are between whom God put Enmity.
III. How the Spirit of Christ must be in us, if we are his.
IV. A Twofold Indwelling of Christ by his Spirit in the first Churches.
V. Concerning Election.
VI. Concerning Christ and the Elect Angels.
VII. Concerning the Light that lighteth every Man.
VIII. Concerning the drawings of God, as to when and upon what account Christ then thus Spake.
XI. The Woman cloathed with the Sun: Or, The Woman in the Wilderness.
X. The Vaudois proved the Church in the Wilderness.
IX. The Word of the Scriptures is the Word of Faith, and in them the offer of the Common Salvation.
XII. How God is the Author of Faith in the Belief of the Scriptures.
XIII. Concerning being Born again.
XIV. Part of the Christians Mistakes.
XV. Christ proved to be the Son of God.
XVI. The Glory and Blessedness that will be in time to come.
XVII. Who they were that were made able Ministers of the New Testament, not of the Letter, but of the Spirit.
XVIII. An account of the Lord's five times Hiring La∣bourers into his Vincyard.
XIX. Christ saying all Power was given of the Father, Ex∣plained.