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Context of Sin destroyed, and the sinner saved: or, Justification by imputed righteousness, a doctrine, superior to all other, for promoting holiness of life. : Designed as a vindication of a sermon entitled, Encouragement for sinners, or righteousness attainable without works; from the objections raised against it by Academicus, in a letter to the author. With an introductory epistle to the governours of St. George'e Hospital, Hyde-Park-Corner. By the Rev. Richard Elliot, A.B. and late of Bennet-College, Cambridge, (electronic resource)
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