God all in all [microform] : or The highest happines of the saints. Jn [sic] two parts. The I. Asserting this happiness to consist in the enjoyment of God. II. Enquiring into the quality of that enjoyment. Together with a short appendix, wherein is very briefly considered, the claim of natural reason, and private inspirations to a guidance of us in the things of God. Also what courses dishonour the Gospel, and what duties we owe it. By Edward Buckler, preacher of the Gospel.
- London : Printed for Luke Fawn, at the sign of the Parrot in Paul's Church-yard, 1655.
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- Thomason Tracts ; 184:E.1442.