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Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God. In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly of being saved by faith. Of trusting to external performances. Of the power of charity to cover sins. Of relying upon the merits of Christ. Of man's weakness, and God's grace. Of repentance. Of the example of the thief on the cross. Of trusting to a death-bed sorrow. Of the parable of the labourers in the vineyard. Of depending upon amendment in time to come. /

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  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; ... II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. ... By Benjamin Hoadly, .. /"
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God. In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly of being saved by faith. Of trusting to external performances. Of the power of charity to cover sins. Of relying upon the merits of Christ. Of man's weakness, and God's grace. Of repentance. Of the example of the thief on the cross. Of trusting to a death-bed sorrow. Of the parable of the labourers in the vineyard. Of depending upon amendment in time to come. /"@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down ; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly of being saved by faith. Of trusting to external performances. Of the power of charity to cover sins. Of relying upon the merits of Christ. Of man's weakness, and god's grace. Of repentance. Of the example of the thief on the cross. Of trusting to a death-bed sorrow. Of the parable of the labourers in the vineyard. Of depending upon amendment in time to come. By Benjamin Hoadly, M.A. rector of St. Peter's Poor (now Lord Bishop of Salisbury.)."
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God : In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; ... II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. ... By Benjamin Hoadly."
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; ... II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. ... By Benjamin Hoadly ..."
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; ... II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. ... By Benjamin Hoadly ..."@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God : In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly of being saved by faith. Of trusting to external performances. Of the power of charity to cover sins. Of relying upon the merits of Christ. Of man's weakness, and God's grace. Of repentance. Of the example of the thief on the cross. Of trusting to a death-bed sorrow. Of th parable of the labourers in the vineyard. Of depending upon amendment in time to come. By Benjamin Hoadly, M.A. Rector of St. Peter's Poor"
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God : in which, I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down, as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament : and, II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered ... /"
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God : in which, I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down, as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament : and, II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered ... /"@en
  • "[Several Discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God: in which, 1, the terms themselves are distinctly laid down, as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament; and, 2, several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered, etc.]."@en
  • "[Several Discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God: in which, 1, the terms themselves are distinctly laid down, as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament; and, 2, several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered, etc.]."
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God. In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly of being saved by Faith. Of trusting to External Performances. Of the Power of Charity to cover Sins. Of relying upon the Merits of Christ. Of Man's Weakness, and God's Grace. Of Repentance. Of the Example of the Thief on the Cross. Of trusting to a Death-bed Sorrow. Of the Parable of the Labourers in the Vineyard. Of depending upon Amendment in time to come."
  • "[Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God : in which, I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down, as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament : and, II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered ... /"@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly of being saved by faith. Of trusting to external performances. Of the power of charity to cover sins. Of relying upon the merits of Christ. Of man's weakness, and god's grace. Of repentance. Of the example of the thief on the cross. Of trusting to a death-bed sorrow. Of the parable of the labourers in the vineyard. Of depending upon amendment in time to come. By Benjamin Hoadly, M.A. rector of St. Peter's Poor (now Lord Bishop of Salisbury.)."@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly of being saved by faith. Of trusting to external performances. Of the power of charity to cover sins. Of relying upon the merits of Christ. Of man's weakness, and god's grace. Of repentance. Of the example of the thief on the cross. Of trusting to a death-bed sorrow. Of the parable of the labourers in the vineyard. Of depending upon amendment in time to come. By Benjamin Hoadly, M.A. rector of St. Peter's Poor (now Lord Bishop of Salisbury.)."
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly, Of being saved by Faith. Of trusting to External Performances. Of the Power of Charity to cover Sins. Of relying upon the Merits of Christ. Of Man's Weakness, and God's Grace. Of Repentance. Of the Example of the Thief on the Cross. Of trusting to a Deth-Bed Sorrow. Of the Parable of the Labourers in the Vineyard. Of depending upon Amendment in time to come. By Benjamin Hoadly, M.A. Rector of St. Peter's Poor (now Lord Bishop of Winchester.)."@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly, Of being saved by Faith. Of trusting to External Performances. Of the Power of Charity to cover Sins. Of relying upon the Merits of Christ. Of Man's Weakness, and God's Grace. Of Repentance. Of the Example of the Thief on the Cross. Of trusting to a Deth-Bed Sorrow. Of the Parable of the Labourers in the Vineyard. Of depending upon Amendment in time to come. By Benjamin Hoadly, M.A. Rector of St. Peter's Poor (now Lord Bishop of Winchester.)."
  • "Several Discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God: in which, 1, the terms themselves are distinctly laid down, as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament; and, 2, several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered, etc."
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down ; ... II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. ... By Benjamin Hoadly ..."@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly of being saved by faith. Of trusting to external performances. Of the power of charity to cover sins. Of relying upon the merits of Christ. Of man's weakness, and God's grace. Of repentance. Of the example of the thief on the cross. Of trusting to a death-bed sorrow. Of the parable of the labourers i n the vineyard. Of depending upon amendment in time to come. By Benjamin Hoadly, M.A. Rector of St. Peter's Poor."
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God. In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament, and II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered."@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God. : In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down ; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered ... /"@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down ; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly Of being saved by Faith. Of trusting to External Performances. Of the Power of Charity to cover Sins. Of relying upon the Merits of Christ. Of Man's Weakness, and God's Grace. Of Repentance. Of the Example of the Thief on the Cross. Of trusting to a Death-Bed Sorrow. Of the Parable of the Labourers in the Vineyard. Of depending upon Amendment in time to come. By Benjamin Hoadly, M.A. Rector of St. Peter's Poor (now Lord Bishop of Bangor.)."@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In Which I. The Terms themselves are distinctly laid down ; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false Notions of the Conditions of Salvation are considered. Particularly Of being saved by Faith. Of trusting to External Performances Of the Power of Charity to cover Sins. Of relying upon the Merits of Christ. Of Man's Weakness, and God's Grace. Of Repentance. Of the Example of the Thief on the Cross. Of trusting to a Death-Bed Sorrow. Of the Parable of the Labourers in the Vineyard. Of depending upon Amendment in time to come. By Benjamin Hoadly, M.A. Rector of St. Peter's Poor (now Lord Bishop of Winchester.)."@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly of being saved by faith. Of trusting to external performances. Of the power of charity to cover sins. Of relying upon the merits of Christ. Of man's weakness, and God's grace. Of repentance. Of the example of the thief on the cross. Of trusting to a death-bed sorrow. Of th parable of the labourers in the vineyard. Of depending upon amendment in time to come. By Benjamin Hoadly, M.A. Rector of St. Peter's Poor."
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly of being saved by faith. Of trusting to external performances. Of the power of charity to cover sins. Of relying upon the merits of Christ. Of man's weakness, and God's grace. Of repentance. Of the example of the thief on the cross. Of trusting to a death-bed sorrow. Of th parable of the labourers in the vineyard. Of depending upon amendment in time to come. By Benjamin Hoadly, M.A. Rector of St. Peter's Poor."@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God. In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down ; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly of being saved by faith. Of trusting to external performances. Of the power of charity to cover sins. Of relying upon the merits of Christ. Of man's weakness, and God's grace. Of repentance. Of the example of the thief on the cross. Of trusting to a death-bed sorrow. Of the parable of the labourers i n the vineyard. Of depending upon amendment in time to come. By Benjamin Hoadly, M.A. Rector of St. Peter's Poor."@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down ; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly Of being saved by Faith. Of trusting to External Performances. Of the Power of Charity to cover Sins. Of relying upon the Merits of Christ. Of Man's Weakness, and God's Grace. Of Repentance. Of the Example of the Thief on the Cross. Of trusting to a Death-Bed Sorrow. Of the Parable of the Labourers in the Vineyard. Of depending upon Amendment in time to come. By Benjamin Hoadly, M.A. Rector of St. Peter's Poor (now Lord Bishop of Winchester.)."@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God. : In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down ; ... II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. ... By Benjamin Hoadly ..."@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down ; ... II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. ... By Benjamin Hoadly, .. /"
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; ... II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. ... By Benjamin Hoadly."
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God. : in which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down ; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered ... /"@en
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  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God : In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down ; ... II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. ... By Benjamin Hoadly ..."@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God : In which I. the terms themselves are distinctly laid down ; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered /"@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In Which I. The Terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false Notions of the Conditions of Salvation are considered. Particularly Of being saved by Faith. Of trusting to External Performances Of the Power of Charity to cover Sins. Of relying upon the Merits of Christ. Of Man's Weakness, and God's Grace. Of Repentance. Of the Example of the Thief on the Cross. Of trusting to a Death-Bed Sorrow. Of the Parable of the Labourers in the Vineyard. Of depending upon Amendment in time to come. By Benjamin Hoadly, M.A. Rector of St. Peter's Poor (now Lord Bishop of Winchester.)."
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God : in which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament : and II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered : particularly of being saved by faith : of trusting to external performances : of the power of charity to cover sins : of relying upon the merits of Christ : of man's weakness, and God's grace : of repentance : of the example of the thief on the cross : of trusting to a death-bed sorrow : of the parable of the labourers in the vineyard : of depending upon amendment in time to come /"@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly Of being saved by Faith. Of trusting to External Performances. Of the Power of Charity to cover Sins. Of relying upon the Merits of Christ. Of Man's Weakness, and God's Grace. Of Repentance. Of the Example of the Thief on the Cross. Of trusting to a Death-Bed Sorrow. Of the Parable of the Labourers in the Vineyard. Of depending upon Amendment in time to come. By Benjamin Hoadly, M.A. Rector of St. Peter's Poor (now Lord Bishop of Bangor.)."
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God : In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; ... II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. ... By Benjamin Hoadly"
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God. : In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly, of being saved by faith. Of trusting to external performances. Of the power of charity to cover sins. Of relying upon the merits of Christ. Of man's weakness, and God's grace. Of repentance. Of the example of the thief on the cross. Of trusting to a deth-bed sorrow. Of the parable of the labourers in the vineyard. Of depending upon amendment in time to come. /"@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down ; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered ... /"@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God : in which, I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down, as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament ; and, II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered ... /"@en
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly Of being saved by Faith. Of trusting to External Performances. Of the Power of Charity to cover Sins. Of relying upon the Merits of Christ. Of Man's Weakness, and God's Grace. Of Repentance. Of the Example of the Thief on the Cross. Of trusting to a Death-Bed Sorrow. Of the Parable of the Labourers in the Vineyard. Of depending upon Amendment in time to come. By Benjamin Hoadly, M.A. Rector of St. Peter's Poor (now Lord Bishop of Winchester.)."
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God. In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly of being saved by faith. Of trusting to external performances. Of the power of charity to cover sins. Of relying upon the merits of Christ. Of man's weakness, and God's grace. Of repentance. Of the example of the thief on the cross. Of trusting to a death-bed sorrow. Of the parable of the labourers i the vineyard. Of depending upon amendment in time to come. By Benjamin Hoadly, M.A. Rector of St. Peter's Poor."
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God. : In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; as they are proposed to Christians in the New Testament. And II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. Particularly of being saved by faith. Of trusting to external performances ... Of depending upon amendment in time to come. /"
  • "Several discourses concerning the terms of acceptance with God. In which I. The terms themselves are distinctly laid down; ... II. Several false notions of the conditions of salvation are considered. ..."@en

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