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De brieven van Mr. Samuel Rhetorfort ...
(Pieter Bandsma, 1754
De brieven van Mr. Samuel Rhetorfort in leven professor en predikant aan de Academie en Kerk van St. Andrews in Schotland
, trans. Jacobus Koelman
: D. Donner)
|Vol. 2 (1886) ||VU |
Christ and his cross: selections from Rutherford's letters
(Longmans, Green, and Co., 1902
Christ and the doves heavenly salutations, with their pleasant conference together: or A sermon before the communion in Anwoth. Anno 1630. By that flour of the Church, Mr. Samuel Rutherfurd.
Christ dying and drawing sinners to himself, or, A survey of our Saviour in his soul-suffering, his loveliness in his death, and the efficacy thereof
|Niven, Napier & Khull for Samuel and Archibald Gardner, Publishers, 1803||GB |
|T. Lumisden and J. Robertson, 1727||GB |
|London : J.D. for Andrew Crooke, 1647||EEBO-TCP |
Christs napkin: or, A sermon preached in Kirkcubright at the Communion, May 12. 1633. By that flower of the Church; famous, famous, Mr. Samuel Rutherfurd. Never before printed.
The covenant of life opened, or, A treatise of the covenant of grace containing something of the nature of the covenant of works, the soveraignty of God, the extent of the death of Christ ... the covenant of grace ... of surety or redemption between the Lord and the Son Jesus Christ, infants right to Jesus Christ and the seal of baptisme : with some practicall questions and observations
|Edinburgh : A. Anderson for R. Broun, 1655||EEBO-TCP |
A cry from the dead, from the flower of the Church of Scotland, or an exhortation at a communion to a Scot's congregation in London: By Mr. Samuel Rutherford. From a manuscript never before printed
(printed in the year, 1765
derde deel der brieven van Mr. Samuel Rhetorfort ...
|Pieter Bandsma, 1754||GB |
|Vol. 3 (1754) ||GB |
Disputatio scholastica de divina providentia : variis prælectionibus, quod attinet ad summa rerum capita, tradita S. Theologiæ adolescentibus candidatis in Inclytâ Academiâ Andreapolitanâ, in quâ adversus Jesuitas, Arminianos, Socinianos, de dominio Dei, actione ipsius operosâ circa peccatum, concursu primæ causæ, prædeterminatione & contenditur & decertatur : adjectæ sunt disquisitiones metaphysicæ de ente, possibili, dominio Dei in entia & non entia, & variæ quæstiones quæ ad uberiotem & exquisitiorem cognitionem doctrinæ de providentiâ divinâ imprimis conducunt
|Edinburgh : George Anderson, for Robert Broun, 1649||GB |