Three questiones, godly, plainly, and briefly handled : I. They vvhich are induced of God vvith a iustifying faith, can not vtterly loose the same. II. The true beleeuer, by faith, is assured of the forgiuenes of his sinnes. III. Christ died effectually for the elect alone: therfore not for euery seurall man. Hereunto is added a proposition full of comfort, very godly, and plainly handled: to wit, they vvhich haue most grieously offended the maiestie of God, ought not to despaire of his mercie. By Robert Some.
- [Cambridge] : Printed by Iohn Legat, printer to the Vniuersitie of Cambridge, 1596.
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- Early English books online
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