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Author: Lane, Samuel.
Title: A vindication of free-grace:: in opposition to this Arminian position, (Naturall men may do such things as whereunto God hath by way of promise annexed grace and acceptation.) / First preached, after asserted at Stephens Coleman-steete [sic] London, by Mr. John Goodvvin. Also an appendix proving the souls enjoying Christ after death, afore the Resurrection, against some errours hereafter specified. Published for the justification of truth by S.L.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A vindication of free-grace:: in opposition to this Arminian position, (Naturall men may do such things as whereunto God hath by way of promise annexed grace and acceptation.) / First preached, after asserted at Stephens Coleman-steete [sic] London, by Mr. John Goodvvin. Also an appendix proving the souls enjoying Christ after death, afore the Resurrection, against some errours hereafter specified. Published for the justification of truth by S.L.
Lane, Samuel.

London: Printed by John Macock, for Michael Spark junior, and are to be sold at the Blue Bible in Gren Arbour, 1645.
Subject terms:
Grace (Theology)
Arminianism -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88635.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the much esteemed the Auditory of Master Iohn Goodwin, increase of grace be multiplyed to the compleating of Christs stature in you.
A Breviate of such special proceedings with Mr John Goodwin as may sufficiently evince the necessity of publishing the sequell.
An extract of some particulars in a Sermon of Mr John Goodwin, of Aprill 12. 1644. which are scrupled.
witness statements
Errat.
correspondence
The first Letter to Master J. G.
A Sermon, in Answer to the foregoing Letter, preached by Mr. J. G. April 28. 1644. taken after him exactly in Characters by M. THO. RUDYARD, a Member of his Church, and by him read over to SAMUEL LANE to Copy out, whose Copy exactly followes.
witness statements
The Second Letter to Mr. J. G. In Reply to the SERMON.
Post Script.
Certaine Reasons alleaged to prove the Souls enjoying CHRIST after death, before the Resurrection, And that against these three ensuing errours.
imprimatur