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Sabbathum Veteris Et Novi Testamenti, Or, the True Doctrine of the Sabbath Held and Practiced of the Church of God, Both Before, and Under the Law, and in the Time of the Gospel

Sabbathum Veteris Et Novi Testamenti, Or, the True Doctrine of the Sabbath Held and Practiced of the Church of God, Both Before, and Under the Law, and in the Time of the Gospel

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No book had more influence in confirming a Sabbatarian "heart" to Puritanism than that of the parson of St. Andres, Norton, Suffolk, Nicholas Bowned. The Doctrine of the Sabbath was the first scholarly treatment defending the concept of the Christian Sabbath or Lord's Day, later embodied in the Westminster Standards. Not reprinted since 1606, this influencial work is presented in a new critical edition. Book jacket.

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No book had more influence in confirming a Sabbatarian "heart" to Puritanism than that of the parson of St. Andres, Norton, Suffolk, Nicholas Bowned. The Doctrine of the Sabbath was the first scholarly treatment defending the concept of the Christian Sabbath or Lord's Day, later embodied in the Westminster Standards. Not reprinted since 1606, this influencial work is presented in a new critical edition. Book jacket.
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  • Catalogue Code 429964
  • Product Code 9781601783998
  • ISBN 160178399X
  • EAN 9781601783998
  • Pages 482
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Reformation Heritage Books
  • Publication Date May 2015
  • Sales Rank #79407
  • Dimensions 233 x 162 x 43 mm
  • Weight 1.065kg

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