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Baxter, Richard (1615-1691)  en de
d'Eeuwig-durende ruste der heyligen, ofte een verhandeling van de geluksaligen staat der heyligen in hare gemeenschap met God in heerlijkheyt ... (Gerardus Borstius, 1682)
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d'Eeuwig-durende ruste der heyligen, ofte een verhandeling van de geluksaligen staat der heyligen in hare gemeenschap met God in heerlijkheyt: waar in getoont wert de voortreffelijckheyt en de sekerrheyt van dese ruste ... (Gerardus Borstius, 1682)
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The defence of the nonconformists plea for peace, or, An account of the matter of their nonconformity against Mr. J. Cheney's answer called The conforming nonconformist, and The nonconforming conformist : to which is added the second part in answer to Mr. Cheney's Five undertakings (London : Benjamin Alsop ..., 1680)
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De eerste lesse van de opperste wijsheyt,: ofte een verhandelingh van de self-verlochening (Gerardus Borstius, 1679)
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De eerste lesse van de opperste wysheyt, ofte een verhandelingh van de self-verloochening (Willem Clerck, 1679)
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Englands warning-piece. To all sleepy secure sinners, Or, The true Christians subjection to Christ as their King and Saviour.: Plainly and powerfully setting forth to the heart and conscience, of all careless secure sinners, their great folly and madness in refusing to submit to Jesus Christ as he is tendered in the Gospel. : With many cogent arguments and reasons to perswade all persons to come into Christ for salvation, now in the day of their visitation, before the fire of his wrath be kindled upon them, and the gates of Heaven be shut against them, and they perish for ever. : With some rules and directions how we may attain true happiness. ([London] : J. Conyers at the Black Raven in Duck-Lane, 1678)
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Faithful souls shall be with Christ the certainty proved and their Christianity described, and exemplified in the truely Christian life and death of that excellent saint, Henry Ashhurst, Esq ... : briefly and truly published for the conviction of hypocrites and the malignant, the strengthning of believers, and the imitation of all, especially the masters of families in London (London : Nevil Simmons ..., 1681)
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Geist-, lehr- und trostreiche Betrachtungen von dem Tod, als dem letsten Feind, der auffgehaben wird / von Hrn. Richard Baxter ... ; anjetzo... auss dem Englischen in unsere teutsche Mutter-Sprache übersetzt, sampt einem Anhang etlicher Gebätten, durch Johann Heinrich Ringier ..., trans. Johann Heinrich Ringier (Bern : Georg Sonnleitner, 1678)
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How to do good to many, or, The publick good is the Christians life directions and motives to it, intended for an auditory of London citizens, and published for them, for want of leave to preach them (London : Rob. Gibs ..., 1682)
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How to do Good to Many: or, The Publick Good is the Christians Life, &c. (London : Rob. Gibs, 1682)
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Imputative righteousness truly stated, according to the tenour of the Gospel : manifesting in what sence sound protestants hold it and in what sence libertines pervert it (London : J. D. and are to be sold by Jonathan Robinson and William Abington, 1679)
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The invaluable price of an immortal soul shewing the vanity of most people in taking care for the body, but neglect their duty as to the preservation of their never-dying souls : with advice to secure sinners to examine themselves before it be too late, that when death shall come to separate their souls from their bodies, they may be in a condition to welcome death for that happy change which all prepared Christians will ever rejoyce in : very necessary for all people to read and consider who would willingly be accounted true Christians : with large admonition to prayer as a duty most incumbant upon all who desire to obtain everlasting life through Christ Jesus. (London : J. Clark, 1681)
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The last work of a believer his passing prayer recommending his departing spirit to Christ to be received by Him (London : B. Griffin for B. Simmons, 1682)
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Methodus theologiae Christianae, : 1. Naturae rerum, 2. Sacrae Scripturae, 3. Praxi, congrua conformis adaptata plerumque (corrigenda tamen & perficienda) non I. Ignavis, festinantibus, delassatis. 2. Stolidis, indocilibus, sectariis (ex homine & fuco judicantibus.) 3. Superbis, mundanis, malignis: ergo, non plurimus: sed juventutis academicae, & pastorum juniorum parti, I. Studiosae, sedulae, indesessae. 2. Ingeniosae, docili, veritatem & ordinem sitienti. 3. Humili, candidae, deo devotae: Quippe ad. I. Veritatis indagationem, custodiam, propagationem. 2. Sanctitatis cultum, incrementum, laudem. 3. Ecclesiae falutem, pacem, decus. Supra omnes natae, dispositae, consecratae (London : M. White & T. Snowden, 1681)
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A moral prognostication I. what shall befall the churches on Earth, till their concord, by the restitution of their primitive purity, simplicity, and charity, II. how that restitution is like to be made, (if ever) and what shall befall them thence-forth unto the end, in that golden-age of love (London : Thomas Simmons ..., 1680)
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Mr. Baxter's vindication of the Church of England in her rites and ceremonies, discipline, and church-orders as faithfully taken out of his own writings, without either false citation, or fraudulent alteration : to which is prefixed his epistle to the non-conformists, being a just and true abstract of his book entituled, A defence of the principles of love. (London : Walter Kettilby ..., 1682)
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Mr. Baxters rules & directions for family duties shewing how every one ought to behave himself in a Christian behaviour, suitable to that relation in which God hath placed him : wherein is set forth the duty of parents (required of God) towards their children, likewise childrens duty to their parents, husbands to their wives, and wives to their husbands, masters to their servants, and servants duty to their masters ... (H. Brugis for J. Conyers ..., 1681)
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The nature and immortality of the soul proved in answer to one who professed perplexing doubtfulness (London : B. Simmons ..., 1682)
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The nonconformists advocate, or, A farther account of their judgment in certain things in which they are misunderstood written principally in vindication of A letter from a minister to a person of quality, shewing some reasons for his nonconformity, modesty answering the exceptions of two violent opposers of the said reasons. (London : Thomas Simmons ..., 1680)
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The nonconformists plea for peace, or, An account of their judgment in certain things in which they are misunderstood written to reconcile and pacifie such as by mistaking them hinder love and concord (London : Benj. Alsop ..., 1679)
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