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Religious cases of conscience answered in an evangelical manner : at the casuistical lecture, in Little St. Helen's, Bishopsgate-Street / by S. Pike and S. Hayward. To which is now added The spiritual companion, or, the professing Christian tried at the bar of God's word : being some pious thoughts offered in answer to several practical questions, first published in the Spiritual Magazine : and some free thoughts on the character of the happy man.

Author/Creator:
Pike, Samuel, 1717-1773.
Standardized Title:
Some important cases of conscience answered. 1775
Other Title:
Spiritual companion.
Cases of conscience.
Answers to practical questions.
Touchstone of saving faith.
Publication:
Glasgow : Printed by John Bryce, and sold at his shop ..., 1775.
Format/Description:
Book
viii, [9]-584 p. ; 20 cm. (8vo)
Subjects:
Christian ethics -- Early works to 1800.
Casuistry -- Early works to 1800.
Place of Publication:
Scotland Glasgow.
Notes:
Running title: Cases of conscience.
"The spiritual companion" (with running title: Answers to practical questions) has special t.p. (p. [369]): The spiritual companion, or, The professing Christian, tried at the bar of God's word; being answers to several important questions respecting the faith and practice of believers. Together with a few free thoughts on the character and happiness of the happy man. To which is prefixed The touchstone of saving faith: by Samuel Pike ...
Penn Chronology:
1775
Contributor:
Hayward, Samuel.
OCLC:
17380762
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