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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)A solemn warning to the secure world, from the God of terrible majesty. Or, The presumptuous sinner detected, his pleas consider'd, and his doom display'd. Being an essay, in which the strong proneness of mankind to entertain a false confidence is proved; the causes & foundations of this delusion open'd and consider'd in a great variety of particulars; the folly, sinfulness and dangerous consequences of such a presumptuous hope expos'd, and directions propos'd how to obtain that scriptural and rational hope, which maketh not ashamed. : In a discourse from Deut. XXIX. 19, 20, 21. / By Gilbert Tennent, M.A. Minister of the Gospel at N. Brunswick N. Jersey. ; [Three lines of quotations]Date of publication:
1735Author(s):Description:Caption title: The presumer detected and his doom display'd. Bookseller's advertisemnt, p. [xiv], 1st count. "The nature of regeneration opened, and it's absolute necessity, in order to salvation, demonstrated. ... By the ...This item contains 3 files (2.26 MB).Publicly Available