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What moveth the hypocrite to this self-deceit, and what are the
reasons and uses of his vain religion
In what respects the hypocrite's religion is not vain
In what respects his religion is vain
Use 1. Why a seeming, outside, hypocritical religion is so
Why popery hath so many followers
Use 2. To awaken the self-deceiving hypocrite
Terror to the self-deceiver. 1. His religion being vain, his
1. The deriders, scorners, revilers, or opposers of serious godli-
Of the common malicious use of the nicknames-puritans, pre-
Bishop Downame's testimony of the use of the word puritan in
The testimony of Dr. Robert Abbot, regius professor of divi-
Mr. Robert Bolton's testimony at large...
His further description of the formal hypocrite
How far we may mention such sins of others,
REPENTANCE.-Ezekiel xxxvi. 31.......
HIM.-Psalm ii. 10-12.
THE MISCHIEF OF AN UNBRIDLED TONGUE,
AS AGAINST RELIGION, RULERS, OR DISSENTERS,
PREACHED AT THE ABBEY IN WESTMINSTER,
MANY MEMBERS OF THE HONOURABLE HOUSE OF COMMONS,
THE FOOL'S PROSPERITY
THE OCCASION OF HIS DESTRUCTION
PREACHED AT COVENT GARDEN.
BOTH PUBLISHED TO HEAL THE EFFECTS OF SOME HEARERS' MISUNDERSTANDINGS AND MISREPORTS.