A treatise of original sin ... proving that it is, by pregnant texts of Scripture vindicated from false glosses
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664.

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    Redeemer.
  • THe necessity of a Redeemer demon∣strates our thraldom to sin. 319
    Reformation.
  • A carnal mans Reformation is but the avoiding of one sin by another. 318
    Regenerate.
  • A sure difference between a Regenerate and unregenerate man. 9
    Regeneration.
  • Three sorts of mistaken Regeneration. 10
    Reliques.
  • Reliques of sin. 474
    Remember.
  • Whence is it that we Remember things when we would not. 266
    Righteousness.
  • Original Righteousness not given to Adam as a curb to the inferiour facul∣ties. 25
  • The difficulty of Rom. 5. 26
  • Original Righteousness, the privation of it a sin. 130
  • We were deprived of it by Adam. 131
  • Page  [unnumbered] Vniversally lost. 135
  • The losse of it the cause of all temporal losses. ib.
  • The privation of it doth necessarily inferre the presence of all sin in a subject susceptible. 202