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Truth advanced in the correction of many gross & hurtful errors
|Other titles||Chronological account of the several ages of the world from Adam to Christ|
|Statement||by George Keith ; whereunto is added a chronological treatise of the several ages of the world, showing the intervals, time & effects of the seven churches, seven seals, seven trumpets, and seven vials, called, The seven last plagues, and the various dreadful effects that are like to ensue at the pouring forth of each of them, which is near at hand ; together with an account of the time of the churches going into the wilderness, her return, full restoration, and universal spreading of the glorious Gospel into all nations of the earth ; as also, the time of the personal anti-Christ his reign and last persecution ; with the time of the prophecying, killing and rising again of the two witnesses, and lastly, concerning the thousand years reign of the saints with Christ yet to come, and time of beginning thereof, only by way of essay and hypothesis.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 717:23., Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 792:7.|
|Contributions||Keith, George, 1639?-1716.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 184, 32 p.|
|Number of Pages||184|
Verse 4. Jude For there are certain men crept in unawares. Secret enemies in the Church. 1. The apostle saith there are certain men crept in, which some think to note the uncertainty of their persons, as who should say there are certain wicked and ungodly persons in . The free-will doctrine, by keeping in view precisely that portion of the truth which the word Necessity puts out of sight, namely the power of the mind to co-operate in the formation of its own character, has given to its adherents a practical feeling much nearer to the truth than has generally (I believe) existed in the minds of necessitarians.
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Truth advanced in the correction of many gross & hurtful errors: wherein is occasionally opened & explained many great and peculiar mysteries and doctrines of the Christian religion. Get this from a library.
Truth advanced in the correction of many gross & hurtful errors: wherein is occasionally opened & explained many great and peculiar mysteries and doctrines of the Christian religion. [George Keith].
Author of Living Language, George Keith's Fourth Narrative of His Proceedings at Turners-Hall Divided Into Three Parts, and Truth Advanced in the Correction of Many Gross & Hurtful Errors Wherein Is Occasionally Opened & Explained Many Great and Peculiar Mysteries and Doctrines of /5.
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