|Author:||Pooly, Christopher, 1575 or 6-1653.|
|Title:||The vindication of Christ and his ordinances: from the corrupt and false glosses made thereon by the subtil and deceivers of these times. By Christopher Pooly, minister of the word at great Missingham, in Norfolk.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The vindication of Christ and his ordinances: from the corrupt and false glosses made thereon by the subtil and deceivers of these times. By Christopher Pooly, minister of the word at great Missingham, in Norfolk.
Pooly, Christopher, 1575 or 6-1653.
London: Printed for Henry Cripps and Lodowick Lloyd, and are to be sold at their shop in Pope-head Alley, 1652.
The Summary Heads O the ensuing DISCOURSE.
The truth of Faith, AND Believing, manifested.
A TREATISE OF Self-Deniall.
The love and free grace of God in Christ, the cause of all good unto man.
These Positions following, are the grounds of the Treatises and Medi∣tations following.
Further Arguments made to uphold In∣herent Holinesse and Righteousnesse in man, by the Sanctification of the Spirit, are answered as followeth.
I Find six sorts of men of different wayes, and opi∣nions, or judgements, touching their estates with God.
The error of Universall Redemp∣tion discovered.
A Catechisticall Dialogue, usefull for the Propagation of the Gospell of JESUS CHRIST.
Another Meditation of the Law.
Usefull Meditations and Resolutions.
Snares of Popery Discovered.
Of the Law.
The Prophet David saith, A thousand yeares in thy Sight, are as yesterdy when it is past, and as a watch in the Night. Psal. 90. 4.
A Catechistical Dialogue, Resolving Many subtil Questions, raised and made by the Adversary for the deceiving of Gods Elect, to the Propagation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Rest to the Souls of Believers.
Christs Government of his Church upon Earth.