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Appello Evangelium for the True Doctrine of the Divine Predestination, Concorded with the Orthodox Doctrine of Gods Free-Grace, and Mans Free-Will. By John Plaifere, B.D. Sometime Fellow of Sidney-Suffex Col. in Cambridge and late Rector of Debden in Suffolk. Φιλαληθς ad Amicum. Amice, Evangelium appellasti? Ad Avangelié ibis. Bern. in Cant. Ser. 65. Responsio. Nullus reprehensor formidandus est amatori Veritatis Trin. in Prom. Hereunto is added Dr. Chr. Potter his owne Vindication in a Latter to Mr. V. touching the same Points.


Price: $375.00

Publisher: London,, Printed by J. G. for John Clark, and are to be sold at his shop under S. Peters Church in Cornhill,: 1651 1651

Inscription: Signed

Item Number: 17368

"""This brings us to the name of John Plaifere. Little is actually known about this seventeenth-century figure. The title page of his work reveals most of what is known, ""Sometime Fellow of Sidney-Sussex Col. in Cambridge, and late Rector of Debden in Suffolk."" In 1719 a work was published anonymously and entitled, A Collection of Tracts Concerning Predestination and Providence, and the other Points Depending on Them (1719). The volume co... View more info