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MLA

Spittlehouse, John. A Return to Some Expressions Published In a Sermon Preached by Mr. John Simpson : At Alhallovvs: From Heb. Cap. 4. Upon the 30th Day of the Ninth Moneth, 1656. Whereby He Indeavored to Prove That the Seventh Day Sabbath, As In the Fourth Precept of the Moral Law, Is Abolished by Christ, He Being That Rest Which Believers Enter Into Faith. Presented to the Serious Consideration of All Such As Won Jehovah to Be Their God, King, and Law-giver; As In Is. 33. 21. Compared Iwth Jam. 2. 8. and 4. 12. and Particularly to Such of Them As Heard Mr. Simpson Preach At the Time and Place Aforementioned, by John Spittlehouse. .

APA

Spittlehouse, J. A return to some expressions published in a sermon preached by Mr. John Simpson : at Alhallovvs: from Heb. cap. 4. upon the 30th day of the ninth moneth, 1656. Whereby he indeavored to prove that the seventh day Sabbath, as in the fourth precept of the moral law, is abolished by Christ, he being that rest which believers enter into faith. Presented to the serious consideration of all such as won Jehovah to be their God, King, and law-giver; as in Is. 33. 21. compared iwth Jam. 2. 8. and 4. 12. and particularly to such of them as heard Mr. Simpson preach at the time and place aforementioned, by John Spittlehouse. .

Chicago

Spittlehouse, John. A Return to Some Expressions Published In a Sermon Preached by Mr. John Simpson: At Alhallovvs: From Heb. Cap. 4. Upon the 30th Day of the Ninth Moneth, 1656. Whereby He Indeavored to Prove That the Seventh Day Sabbath, As In the Fourth Precept of the Moral Law, Is Abolished by Christ, He Being That Rest Which Believers Enter Into Faith. Presented to the Serious Consideration of All Such As Won Jehovah to Be Their God, King, and Law-Giver; As In Is. 33. 21. Compared Iwth Jam. 2. 8. and 4. 12. and Particularly to Such of Them As Heard Mr. Simpson Preach At the Time and Place Aforementioned, by John Spittlehouse.