|Author:||Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676.|
|Title:||Three treatises of the vanity of the creature. The sinfulnesse of sinne. The life of Christ. Being the substance of severall sermons preached at Lincolns Inne: by Edward Reynoldes, preacher to that honourable society, and late fellow of Merton Colledge in Oxford.|
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|Print source:||Three treatises of the vanity of the creature. The sinfulnesse of sinne. The life of Christ. Being the substance of severall sermons preached at Lincolns Inne: by Edward Reynoldes, preacher to that honourable society, and late fellow of Merton Colledge in Oxford.
Reynolds, Edward, 1599-1676.
London: Imprinted by Felix Kyngston for Robert Bostocke, and are to be sold at his shop in Pauls Churchyard at the signe of the Kings Head, 1631.
Jesus Christ -- Biography -- Early works to 1800.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
Pride and vanity -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800.
Sin -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800.
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HONORATIS∣SIMO ET CELEBER∣RIMO DOCTISSIMORVM Iurisprudentium Collegio, Hospitij Lincolniensis Magistris Uenerabilibus, Socijsque universis, Auditoribus suis faventissimis,
THE SINFVLNESSE OF SINNE.