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Mercy in her exaltation. Or, A soveraigne antidote against fear of the second death.:In a sermon preached at the funeral of Daniel Taylor Esq; in Stephens Colemanstreet London, on the twentieth day of April, an. 1655. (London : J. Macock, for H. Eversden, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Grey-hound, in Paul's Churchyard, 1655)
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Neophytopresbyteros, or, The yongling elder, or, novice-presbyter.:Compiled more especially for the Christian instruction and reducement of William Jenkin, a young presbyter, lately gone astray like a lost sheep from the wayes of modesty, conscience and truth. And may indifferently serve for the better regulation of the ill governed Society of Sion Colledge. Occasioned by a late importune pamphlet, published in the name of the said William Jenkin, intituled Allotrioepiskopos; the said pamphlet containing very little in it, but what is chiefly reducible to one, or both, of those two unhappy predicaments of youth, ignorance, & arrogance. Clearly demonstrated by I.G. a servant of God and men in the glorious Gospel of Jesus Christ. Wherein also the two great questions, the one, concerning the foundation of Christian religion: the other, concerning the power of the naturall man to good supernaturall, are succinctly, yet satisfactorily discussed. With a brief answer in the close, to the friv ([London] : Henry Overton in Popes-head-Alley, 1648)
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The pagans debt and dowry, or, A brief discussion of these questions how far and in what sence such persons of mankinde amongst whom the letter of the Gospel never came are not withstanding bound to believe on Jesus Christ (with some other particulars relating hereunto) : returned by way of answer to a discourse in writing lately sent without name (together with a letter subscribed only T.S.) unto Mr. John Goodwin, the author as yet unknown to him, yet (as appears by the said discourse) a person of worth and learning, and (as he supposeth) a minister of the Gospel (London : J. Macock for H. Cripps and L. Lloyd ..., 1651)
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Peace protected, and discontent dis-armed.:Wherein the seventeen queries (with the addition of three more, postscript-wise) lately published, partly to allay the discontents of some about the late revolution of government, but more especially to guide every mans feet into the way of peace, as well his own, as the publique, are reinforced with replies unto, and animadversions upon, such answers, which some (it seems) have given unto them, to invalidate their purport and intent. Together with four new queries superadded. By the author of the said seventeen queries. (London : I. Macock, for H. Cripps, and L. Lloyd, and are to be sold at their shop in Popes-head Alley, 1654)
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Philadelphia: or, XL. queries peaceably and inoffensively propounded for the discovery of truth in this question, or case of conscience;:whether persons baptized (as themselves call baptism) after a profession of faith, may, or may not, lawfully, and with good conscience, hold communion with such churches, who judg themselves truly baptized, though in infancy, and before such a profession? Together with some few brief touches about infant, and after-baptism. By J.G. a minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ. (London : J.M. for Henry Cripps, and Lodowick Lloyd, and are to be sold at their shop in Popes-head Alley, 1653)
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Pleroma to pneumatikon (romanized form): or, a being filled with the Spirit (J. Nichol, 1867)
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A post-script, or appendix to a treatise lately published by authority, intituled, Hagio-Mastix, or the scourge of the saints displaid in his colours of ignorance and blood.: Being an explication of the third verse of the thirteenth chapter of the prophecie of Zacharie; (the tenour whereof is this: and it shall come to passe, that when any shall yet prophecie, then his father and his mother that begat him shall say unto him, thou shalt not live, for thou speakest lies in the name of the Lord: and his father and his mother that begat him, shall thrust him through when he prophecieth.) According to the analogie of the Sriptures [sic], the scope and exigency of the context, and the sence of the best expositors upon the place. (London : Printed for H : Overton, and are to be sold at his shop in Popes-head Ally, 1647)
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A quære concerning the church-covenant practised in the separate congregations sent with a letter thereunto annexed, from J.G. to T.G., wherein is proved that there is much evill and manifold inconveniences in the exacting and urging such a covenant. (London : For John Bellamie and Ralph Smith, and are to be sold at their shop ..., 1643)
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Redemption redeemed : wherein the most glorious Work of the Redemption of the World by Jesus Christ, is vindicated against the Encroachments of later Times (London : Tegg, 1840)
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Redemption Redeemed: Wherein the Most Glorious Work of the Redemption of the World by Jesus Christ (London, 1651) [1840 Reprint]
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Redemption redeemed: wherein the most glorious work of the redemption of the world by Jesus Christ is vindicated against the encroachment of later times ; with a thorough discussion of the great questions concerning election, reprobation, and the perseverance of the saints (Thomas Tegg, 1840)
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Redemption redeemed: wherein the most glorious Work of the Redemption of the World by Jesus Christ, is vindicated against the Encroachments of later Times (Tegg, 1840)
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The remedie of unreasonableness. Or The substance of a speech intended at a conference or dispute, in Al-hallows the Great, London. Feb. 11. 1649.:Exhibiting the brief heads of Mr John Goodwin's judgement, concerning the freeness fulness effectualness of the grace of God. As also concerning the bondage or servility of the will of man. Occasioned by an undue aspersion cast upon him; as (viz.) that he held free-will in opposition to free-grace. (London : John Macock, for Lodowick Lloyd, and Henry Cripps, and are to be sold at their shop in Popes head Alley, 1650)
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A short ansvver to A. S. alias Adam Stewart's second part of his overgrown duply to the two brethren.:Together with certaine difficult questions easily answered; all which A. Stewart is desired to consider of, without replying, unlesse it be to purpose. A. Steuart [sic] in his second part of his duply to the two brethren. page 166. The civill magistrate cannot bee orthodox, and tollerate a new sect, (hee meanes independencie, and may as well say Presbytery) unles hee tollerate us to beleeve that hee is either corrupted by moneys, or some other waye, so to doe. (London?, 1644)
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Sion-Colledg visited. Or, Some briefe animadversions upon a pamphlet lately published,: under the title of, A testimonie to the truth of Jesus Christ, and to our Solemne League and Covenant, &c. Subscribed (as is pretended) by the ministers of Christ within the province of London. Calculated more especially for the vindication of certaine passages cited out of the writings of J.G. in the said pamphlet, with the black brand of infamous and pernicious errors, and which the said ministers pretend (amongst other errors so called) more particularly to abhominate. Wherein the indirect and most un-Christian dealings of the said ministers, in charging & calling manifest and cleere truths, yea such as are consonant to their own principles, by the name of infamous and pernicious errours, are detected and laid open to the kingdome, and the whole world. (London : M.S. for Henry Overton, at the entring out of Lombard-street into Popes-head Alley, 1648)
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The six book-sellers proctor non-suited wherein the gross falsifications, and untruths, together with the inconsiderate and weak passages, found in the apologie for the said book-sellers, are briefly noted and evicted, and the said book-sellers proved so unworthy, both in their second beacon-fired, and likewise in their epistle written in the defence of it, that they are out of the protection of any Christian, or reasonable apologie for either (London : H. Cripps, and L. Lloyd, 1655)
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Some modest and humble queries concerning a printed paper, intituled, An ordinance presented to the Honourable House of Commons, &c. for the preventing of the growing and spreading of heresies, &c.: (London : Matthew Simmons for Henry Overton, and are to be sold in Popes-head Alley, 1646)
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Theomachia; or The grand imprudence of men running the hazard of fighting against God, in suppressing any way, doctrine, or practice, concerning which they know not certainly whether it be from God or no.: Being the substance of two sermons, preached in Colemanstreet, upon occasion of the late disaster sustain'd in the west. With some necessary enlargements thereunto. (London : Henry Overton, and are to be sold at his shop entering into Pope's-head-Alley out of Lumbard-street, 1644)
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Thirty queries,:modestly propounded in order to a discovery of the truth, and mind of God, in that question, or case of conscience; whether the civil magistrate stands bound by way of duty to interpose his power or authority in matters of religion, or worship of God. By John Goodvvin, minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ. (London : J.M. for Henry Cripps and Lodowick Lloyd, 1653)
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Tvvo hyms,:or spirituall songs; sung in Mr. Goodwins congregation on Friday last being the 24. of Octob. 1651. Which was a day set apart by authority of Parliament for a solemn thanksgiving unto God by this nation, for that most wonderfull and happy successe of the English army under the conduct of his excellency the Lord General Cromwel over the Scottish forces at Worcester. Also a letter for satisfaction of some Presbyterian ministers, and others, who hold it unlawfull to give thanks for the shedding of blood. (London : F:N : in Aldersgatestreet, 1651)
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