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Author: Horn, John.
Title: Brief instructions for children: wherein, the chief grounds of the Christian religion are plainly, though briefly, laid down, as may best sute the capacity of children: though not unusefull for the view and consideration of those that are grown men. The great mysteries of redemption, faith, works, law, gospel; yea and of predestination, election, reprobation, being opened herein, agreeably to scripture, and as most conduces to the promoting of Godlinesse. The second edition, somewhat abreviated, though in some few places altred and augmented, by John Horn, a servant of God in the gospel of his son, at Lin, All-hallows:
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Brief instructions for children: wherein, the chief grounds of the Christian religion are plainly, though briefly, laid down, as may best sute the capacity of children: though not unusefull for the view and consideration of those that are grown men. The great mysteries of redemption, faith, works, law, gospel; yea and of predestination, election, reprobation, being opened herein, agreeably to scripture, and as most conduces to the promoting of Godlinesse. The second edition, somewhat abreviated, though in some few places altred and augmented, by John Horn, a servant of God in the gospel of his son, at Lin, All-hallows:
Horn, John.

London: printed for A.C. and are to be sold by Edward Bromly bookseller in Kings Lin, 1656.
Subject terms:
Children -- Religious life
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A86559.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Flock of God committed to my charge in the Parish of Lin Alhallows; Grace, Mercy and Peace in the knowledge of JESUS CHRIST.
Brief Instructions for CHILDREN.
Principle I.
Principle II.
Principle III.
Principle IV.
Principle V.
Principle VI.
The Conclusion.
Some Directions about Childrens getting these In∣structions.
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