The death of legal hope, the life of evangelical obedience [electronic resource] : An essay on Galatians ii. 19. : Shewing, that while a sinner is alive to the law, as a covenant, he cannot live to God, in the performance of duty: and, that the moral law is immutable in its nature, and of perpetual use, as the rule of a believer's conduct. / By Abraham Booth. ; [Three lines from Romans].
- Booth, Abraham, 1734-1806
- Boston : Printed and sold by Manning & Loring, no. 2, Cornhill, 1806.
- Physical Description:
- iv, 3 unnumbered pages, 8-84 pages ; 18 cm
- "Dedication," p. [iii]-iv, is dated July 18, 1770.
"Just published, and for sale at Manning & Loring's bookstore, no. 2, Cornhill ..."--p. 84.
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- Reviewed/Cited In:
- Shaw, R.R. American bibliography 10017
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