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Browne, Simon, 1680-1732 Library of Congress/NACO German National Library

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Browne, S. (Simon), 1680-1732 National Library of the Netherlands-test

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Browne, Simon German National Library

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A defence of the religion of nature, and the Christian revelation; against the defective account of the one, and the exceptions against the other, in a book, entitled, Christianity as old as the creation. National Library of the Netherlands-test German National Library
A defence of the scripture, as the only standard of faith. In answer to a preface, first publish'd at Edinburgh, before a collection of confessions; and since publish'd by it self at London. In which the prefacer's account of the ends and uses of creeds and confessions of faith is examin'd; and what is said of their justice, reasonableness, and necessity, as a publick standard of orthodoxy, is fully considered. By the author of the occasional paper. National Library of the Netherlands-test German National Library
The error of them who devise evil a sermon preach'd in the Old-Jewry, Nov. 5. 1716. By Simon Browne. German National Library
The greatest concern in the world. a short and plain essay to answer that most concerning and all concerning inquiry, What must I do to be saved? Now published with a design to assist the addresses of good men unto their neighbours, whom they press to mind the one thing needful. German National Library
The guilt and provocation of taking encouragement to sin, from the mercies of God. Represented in a sermon preach'd Nov. 7. 1710. Being a day of publick thanksgiving for the successes in Spain and Flanders. By Simon Browne German National Library
The real Christian, or Sincere good man, describ'd. In a discourse from Psalm CXIX. 113. Wherein the nature of a religious hatred to vain thoughts, and a love to the law of God, is explain'd ; and these passions are prov'd to be the real and distinguishing property of the true Christian. By Simon Browne, minister in Portsmouth. With a recommendatory preface, by Daniel Williams, D.D. Joshua Oldfield, D.D. Mr. Benjam. Robinson, and Samuel Rosewell, M.A. German National Library

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