|Author:||Morton, Arthur, Scotch man.|
|Title:||The touch-stone of conversion.: Or, Marks of true faith. Wherein the impenitent sinner is rowsed. True beleever discovered. And doubting saint resolved. / By that excellent man of God now in heaven, Mr. Arthur Morton Scotch man.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The touch-stone of conversion.: Or, Marks of true faith. Wherein the impenitent sinner is rowsed. True beleever discovered. And doubting saint resolved. / By that excellent man of God now in heaven, Mr. Arthur Morton Scotch man.
Morton, Arthur, Scotch man.
London: Printed by Fr: Neile for Tho: Vnderhill at the Signe of the Bible in Woodstreet, 1647.
Conversion -- Christianity
To the Reader.
THE TOUCH-STONE OF CONVERSION. OR, The Marks of true FAITH.
RESOLUTIONS for the weak.
MEANS OF HUMILIATION.
MARKS THAT ACCOMPANY FAITH.
Of the Means of Faith, following the Doctrine of the Marks of Faith.