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[ca. 1553] [Et se ta viande est de grant pris]
Ford, Stephen, d. 1694. / [1675] Eternal glorification begun in regeneration, or, A discourse of regeneration intended for the profit of all, both regenerate and unregenerate persons / by Stephen Ford.
[1681] The Eternal gospel once more testified unto and vindicated against the ignorance, or malice of the bishops and teachers of the now Church of England : this book proving against their doctrine that the Holy Ghost is not ceased, but is still given to all the faithful and to some in the same measure as the Apostles and Disciples of Christ had it ...
Felton, Henry, 1656-1701. / [1699] The eternal joys of God's presence a sermon / preach'd at the Temple Church upon All Saints Day by Henry Felton.
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. / [1613] The eternall truth of scriptures, and Christian beleefe, thereon vvholly depending, manifested by it owne light Deliuered in two bookes of commentaries vpon the Apostles creede: the former, containing the positiue grounds of Christian religion in generall, cleared from all expections of atheists or infidels. The later, manifesting the grounds of reformed religion to be so firme and sure, that the Romanist cannot oppugne them, but with the vtter ouerthrow of the Romish Church, religion, and faith. By Thomas Iackson, Bachellar of Diuinitie, and fellow of Corpus-Christi Colledge in Oxford.
Badland, Tho. (Thomas) / [1676] Eternity, or, The weightiness of the unseen concerns of the other world, from their duration opened, proved, and applyed in a sermon preached in Worcestershire / by Tho. Badland ...
La Serre, M. de (Jean-Puget), ca. 1600-1665. / [1664] Ethice christiana, or, The school of wisdom wherein the grounds of moral philosophy are demonstrated to comply with the principles of Christian religion, by a mixt exercise of grace and vertu / written originally in French ... by M. De la Serre ; and done into English by J.A.
Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665. / [1632] The Ethiopian eunuchs conuersion. Or, The summe of thirtie sermons vpon part of the eight chapter of the Acts. By Samuel Smith, minister of the word.
Ettmüller, Michael, 1644-1683. / [1699] Etmullerus abridg'd: or, A compleat system of the theory and practice of physic. Being a description of all diseases incident to men, women and children. With an account of their causes, symptoms, and most approved methods of cure, physical and chirurgical. To which is prefix'd a short view of the animal and vital functions; and the several vertues and classes of med'cines. Translated from the last edition of the works of Michael Etmullerus, late professor of physic in the University of Leiptsich