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Author: Purnell, Robert, d. 1666.
Title: The vvay to heaven discovered: and, the stumbling-blocks (cast therein by the world, flesh, and devill) removed. Or, The ready way to true happines:: leading to the gate of full assurance. With a word of reproof to the scattered, discontented Members of the late Parliament. And a word of advise to the present supreme authority of England. / By Robert Purnell.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The vvay to heaven discovered: and, the stumbling-blocks (cast therein by the world, flesh, and devill) removed. Or, The ready way to true happines:: leading to the gate of full assurance. With a word of reproof to the scattered, discontented Members of the late Parliament. And a word of advise to the present supreme authority of England. / By Robert Purnell.
Purnell, Robert, d. 1666.

[London]: Printed for William Ballard of Bristol, and are sold by J. Grismond in Ivie-lane, London, 1653.
Subject terms:
Happiness -- Religious aspects
Christian life
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A91367.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE EPISTLE TO THE Impartiall READER.
The way to Heaven discovered, and the stumbling blocks (cast therein by the World, Flesh, and Devill) removed.
section
stumbling block 1
answer
II.
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III.
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IV.
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objection
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answer 2
3. Quaere is, Whether there be not many promises made to the Gentiles; and if so, then what those promises were and are.
V.
objection
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objection
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objection
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VI.
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VII.
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VIII.
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X.
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XI.
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XII.
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XIII.
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XIV.
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XV.
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XVI.
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XVII.
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XVIII.
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XIX.
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XX.
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21.
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objection
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objection
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conclusion
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A mild and gentle word of Re∣proofe to the scattered discon∣tented Members of the Late PARLIAMENT.
A word of Advice to the present Supream Authority of ENGLAND, &c.
A Table shewing the principall things in this TREATISE.