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Author: Vincent, Thomas, 1634-1678.
Title: The foundation of God standeth sure, or, A defence of those fundamental and so generally believed doctrines of the trinity of persons in the unity of the divine essence, of the satisfaction of Christ the second person of the real and glorious Trinity, the justification of the ungodly by the imputed righteousness of Christ : against the cavils of W.P. J. a Quaker in his pamphlet entituled The sandy foundation shaken &c. : wherein his and the Quakers hideous blasphemies, Socinian, and damnably-heretical opinions are discovered and refuted, W.P.'s ignorance, weakness, falshoods, absurd arguings, and folly is made manifest unto all ... / by Thomas Vincent.
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The foundation of God standeth sure, or, A defence of those fundamental and so generally believed doctrines of the trinity of persons in the unity of the divine essence, of the satisfaction of Christ the second person of the real and glorious Trinity, the justification of the ungodly by the imputed righteousness of Christ : against the cavils of W.P. J. a Quaker in his pamphlet entituled The sandy foundation shaken &c. : wherein his and the Quakers hideous blasphemies, Socinian, and damnably-heretical opinions are discovered and refuted, W.P.'s ignorance, weakness, falshoods, absurd arguings, and folly is made manifest unto all ... / by Thomas Vincent.
Vincent, Thomas, 1634-1678.

London: [s.n.], 1668.
Notes:
Imperfect: all after p. 6 lacking.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Penn, William, -- 1644-1718. -- Sandy foundation shaken.
Society of Friends -- Controversial literature.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A64988.0001.001

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CHAP. I. The INTRODƲCTION.
CHAP. II. A brief Narrative of T.V's meeting with some Quakers in Spittle-yard, with the occasion and transactions there, and some exceptions to the account which W.P. hath given thereof.