The glory of Christ vindicated, in the excellency of his person, righteousness, love, and power. [electronic resource] : Being an explication of the mystery which was kept secret since the world began. Wherein the doctrine of the Holy Trinity is manifest in the Glory-Man, the Lord Jesus, and that bearing the filth of sin, in his sufferings, was part of the atonement he made to God for the elect. ... : To which is added, the spiritual operations of the Holy Ghost, as the immediate spring, life and source of all practical religion. The whole containing, a consise, and comprehensive answer, to a book entitled, The saints treasury; or Christ the most excellent. / Wrote originally by Joseph Hussey, Minister of the Gospel of Christ, at Cambridge, and now faithfully abridged.
- Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, for John M'Gibbons., 
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- Early American imprints. First series ; no. 12082.
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