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Author: Salmon, Joseph.
Title: Heights in depths and depths in heights: or Truth no less secretly then sweetly sparkling out its glory from under a cloud of obloquie. Wherein is discovered the various motions of an experienced soul, in and through the manifold dispensations of God. And how the author hath been acted in, and redeemed from the unknown paths of darkness; wherein, as in a wilderness, he hath wandered without the clear vision of a Divine Presence. Together with a sincere abdication of certain tenents, either formerly vented by him, or now charged upon him. Per me Jo. Salmon
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Heights in depths and depths in heights: or Truth no less secretly then sweetly sparkling out its glory from under a cloud of obloquie. Wherein is discovered the various motions of an experienced soul, in and through the manifold dispensations of God. And how the author hath been acted in, and redeemed from the unknown paths of darkness; wherein, as in a wilderness, he hath wandered without the clear vision of a Divine Presence. Together with a sincere abdication of certain tenents, either formerly vented by him, or now charged upon him. Per me Jo. Salmon
Salmon, Joseph.

London: Printed by Tho. Newcomb, 1651.
Subject terms:
Conversion -- Christianity
Salmon, Joseph
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93386.0001.001

Contents
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AN Apologeticall Hint to the ensuing Discourse.
Heights in Depths, AND Depths in Heights. OR TRVTH no less secretly then sweetly sparkling out its GLORY from under a Cloud of OBLOQUIE.
How the Author hath beene acted in, and carried thorough va∣rious and manifold ap∣pearances.
A sincere Abdication of cer∣tain Tenents, either for∣merly vented by, or now charged upon the Author.
And first, of God.
Of the Divell.
Of Heaven.
Of Hell.
Of the Scripture.
Of sin, or God being the Author of sin.
Lastly, Of the Tri∣nity.