|Author:||Simpson, John, 17th cent.|
|Title:||The perfection of justification maintained against the Pharise the purity of sanctification against the stainers of it: the unquestionablenesse of a future glorification aganst the Sadduce: in severall sermons. Together with an apologeticall answer to the ministers of the new province of London in vindication of the author against their aspersions. / by John Simpson, an unworthy publisher of gospel-truths in London.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The perfection of justification maintained against the Pharise the purity of sanctification against the stainers of it: the unquestionablenesse of a future glorification aganst the Sadduce: in severall sermons. Together with an apologeticall answer to the ministers of the new province of London in vindication of the author against their aspersions. / by John Simpson, an unworthy publisher of gospel-truths in London.
Simpson, John, 17th cent.
London: Printed by M. Simmons, for Hanna Allen, and are to be sold at the Crowne in Popes-head-alley, 1648.
Sermons, English -- Early works to 1800.
Sanctification -- Early works to 1800.
Justification (Christian theology) -- Early works to 1800.
To the man truely spiri∣tuall in the knowledge of JESUS CHRIST.
TO The two and fifty Parish-Ministers within the new Pro∣vince of London, who have subscri∣bed unto that Pamphlet, which is wickedly and unjustly called by them; A Testimonie to the truth of Jesus Christ, and to our solemn League and Covenant.
Truth breaking forth through a mist and cloud of Slanders.
sermon collection 1
Mans legall righteous∣nesse, is no cause or part of his justification.
Salvation is on∣ly by Gods grace.
Salvation one∣ly by Beleeving.
Faith is not from our SELVES.
sermon collection 2
1. Ʋse. Confut.
2. Ʋse from this errour.
Christs Title to the dead bodies of Saints maintained.
The great Joy of Saints in the great Day of the Resurrection.
A POST-SCRIPT TO THE READER.
Calvin against the Libertines
Chap. 4. He sheweth the authors, and giveth his reason why he writeth against them.
Chap. 5. Where he discovereth the followers of these deluders.
Chap. 7. Of their idiome and manner of speaking.
In his Epistle.
The Order of Christs re∣mote, poore and despicable Churches in Wales, described by M. L. for the satisfaction of all mis-infor∣med Saints.