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Author: Larkham, Thomas, 1602-1669.
Title: The attributes of God unfolded, and applied.: Wherein are handled the 1 Life 2 Perfection 3 Holiness 4 Benignitie 5 Mercy 6 Truth 7 Wisdome 8 Power 9 Justice of God. 10 Love 11 Hatred 12 Anger 13 Independencie 14 Simplicitie 15 Eternitie 16 Infiniteness 17 Immutability 18 Immensity of God. / Delivered in sundry sermons, at Tavistocke in Devon: By Thomas Larkham, preacher of the word of God, and pastour of the congregation there. Divided into three parts.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The attributes of God unfolded, and applied.: Wherein are handled the 1 Life 2 Perfection 3 Holiness 4 Benignitie 5 Mercy 6 Truth 7 Wisdome 8 Power 9 Justice of God. 10 Love 11 Hatred 12 Anger 13 Independencie 14 Simplicitie 15 Eternitie 16 Infiniteness 17 Immutability 18 Immensity of God. / Delivered in sundry sermons, at Tavistocke in Devon: By Thomas Larkham, preacher of the word of God, and pastour of the congregation there. Divided into three parts.
Larkham, Thomas, 1602-1669.

London: Printed for Francis Eglesfield, and are to be sold at the Marygold in Pauls Church-yard, 1656.
Subject terms:
God -- Attributes
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88701.0001.001

Contents
title page
Dignissimis & Reverendis Theologiae in Academia CANTABRIGIENSI Professoribus, gratiam & pacem in Christo sempiternam.
encomia
Ad amicum & fratrem suum reveren∣dum in Domino, authorem hujus operis.
Ejusdem.
Ejusdem, Anagr. aliud. L. & k omissis
To the Reader whomsoever.
The Contents of the First Part, the chiefe Points handled therein.
Reader, Correct with thy Pen these faults, in the First Part.
OF THE LIFE OF GOD
The Perfection or natural goodnesse of GOD.
The Holinesse of GOD.
The benignity or Usefull Goodness of GOD.
The Mercy of God.
Of the Truth of God.