|Author:||Moor, Thomas, fl. 1695-1697.|
|Title:||An addition to the Clavis aurea with an enquiry upon what terms the salvation of man doth depend; whether entirely on faith or entirely on works, or whether entirely on grace or free-gift. By Thomas Moor, author of the Clavis aurea, living in St. Thomas's in Southwark.|
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An addition to the Clavis aurea with an enquiry upon what terms the salvation of man doth depend; whether entirely on faith or entirely on works, or whether entirely on grace or free-gift. By Thomas Moor, author of the Clavis aurea, living in St. Thomas's in Southwark.
Moor, Thomas, fl. 1695-1697.
London: [This book may be had at Thomas Moor's, a barber, living in St. Thomas's in Southwark, near the sign of the Harrow], printed in the year, 1696.
|Alternate titles:||Clavis aurea. Addition.|
Signatures: A B-C4.
Bookseller's name and address from colophon.
Reproduction of the original in the Lambeth Palace Library, London.
Salvation -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE READER.
An Addition to the Clavis Aurea, for a more perfect Satisfaction in Salvation; after fifteen years tryal of the Learned.
A Definition of a Justifying or Saving Faith.
Proofs of this Faith in every part of it.
An opening of some Obscure Places in the Clavis Aurea.
Omissions and Erratas in the Clavis Aurea.