The marrow of modern divinity touching both the covenant of works, and the covenant of grace, with their use and end, both in the time of the Old Testament, and in the time of the New : wherein every one may cleerly see how far forth he bringeth the law into the case of justification, and so deserverh the name of legalist : and how far forth he rejecteth the law, in the case of sanctification, and so deserveth the name of Antinomist : with the middle path between them both, which by Iesus Christ leadeth to eternall life : in a dialogue, betwixt Evangelista, a minister of the Gospel, Nomista, a legalist, Antinomista, an Antinomian, and Neophytus, a young Christian / by the author, E.F. ; before the which there is prefixed the commendatory epistles of divers divines of great esteem in the citie of London ; whereunto is also added, the substance of a

Title

The marrow of modern divinity touching both the covenant of works, and the covenant of grace, with their use and end, both in the time of the Old Testament, and in the time of the New : wherein every one may cleerly see how far forth he bringeth the law into the case of justification, and so deserverh the name of legalist : and how far forth he rejecteth the law, in the case of sanctification, and so deserveth the name of Antinomist : with the middle path between them both, which by Iesus Christ leadeth to eternall life : in a dialogue, betwixt Evangelista, a minister of the Gospel, Nomista, a legalist, Antinomista, an Antinomian, and Neophytus, a young Christian / by the author, E.F. ; before the which there is prefixed the commendatory epistles of divers divines of great esteem in the citie of London ; whereunto is also added, the substance of a

Author

Fisher, Edward, fl. 1627-1655.

Hamilton, Patrick, 1504?-1528. Patricks places.

Date

1646

Place of Publication

London

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Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York. Edition statement taken from title. "Patrick's places", p. 247-255, was written by Patrick Hamilton.

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Identifiers
  • OTA: A41355
  • PURL: http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/A41355
  • DLPS: A41355
  • STC: Wing F997
  • STC: ESTC R1839
  • EEBO-CITATION: 12369170
  • OCLC: ocm 12369170
  • VID: 60509