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, xiv, ,546,  pp. Errata statement, p. . In what appears to be original full leather binding with five raised bands. Corners and extremities a bit scuffed and rubbed, a few stronger scuffs to the rear board. Interior has some contemporary brown ink notes on the end pastedowns, text has foxing and browning throughout but otherwise clean and unmarked. A famous work of its time, now quite scarce in the original. ESTC W23142. On the primitive covenant of work, or law of nature. On the eternal obligation of the law of nature. On the universal condemnation of sinners by the law and covenant of works. On the impossibility of the sinner’s justification, by the law, in the sight of God. On the imputation of righteousness without works. On the covenant of grace in general, or divine reconciliation. On the covenant of redemption, or mediation. On the first covenant, or law of Moses. On the second or bette covenant of our Lord Jesus Christ. On faith and its connection with justification and holiness. Objections to the doctrine of justification in the vicarial way answered, and its consistence with the reward of virtue demonstrated. On Christian obedience as a new-covenant condition. On the perseverance of the saints, and final salvation of believers. On the final judgment, and justification and condemnation in that day. Recapitulation and reflections relative to the whole. Mellen 1723-1807, was a Unitarian divine, educated at Harvard. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 546 pages
Title: Fifteen Discourses Upon doctrinal, connected Subjects, with practical Improvements, viz.
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Boston, Edes and Gill: 1765
Book Condition: Good
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