1689 Penitent Pardoned Forgiveness of SIN Prodigal Son Parable Puritan Goodman: John Goodman 1689 Penitent Pardoned Forgiveness of SIN Prodigal Son Parable Puritan Goodman: John Goodman 1689 Penitent Pardoned Forgiveness of SIN Prodigal Son Parable Puritan Goodman: John Goodman 1689 Penitent Pardoned Forgiveness of SIN Prodigal Son Parable Puritan Goodman: John Goodman

1689 Penitent Pardoned Forgiveness of SIN Prodigal Son Parable Puritan Goodman

John Goodman

Published by London : Printed by R. Norton for Luke Meredith ., MDCLXXXIX [1689], 1689
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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1689 Penitent Pardoned Forgiveness of SIN Prodigal Son Parable Puritan Goodman 4 Charming Double-Page Engraved Illustrations John Goodman (1626 – 1690) was an English writer, preacher, and bishop from London. This work is a celebrated devotional treatise dedicated to the forgiveness of sin using Biblical stories such as the prodigal son as reference. It went through many editions and was enhanced by a series of charming plates. It includes sermons by Goodman that he game at Bishops Stortford in 1677. Main author: John Goodman Title: The penitent pardoned, or, A discourse of the nature of sin and the efficacy of repentance : under the parable of the prodigal son Published: London : Printed by R. Norton for Luke Meredith ., MDCLXXXIX [1689] Language: English Note: complete with 4 folding engravings FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: secure leather binding; back board attached by rope cord Pages: complete with all 390 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: London : Printed by R. Norton for Luke Meredith ., MDCLXXXIX [1689] Size: ~8in X 5.25in (20.5cm x 16cm) Photos available upon request. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-17521332081

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Title: 1689 Penitent Pardoned Forgiveness of SIN ...

Publisher: London : Printed by R. Norton for Luke Meredith ., MDCLXXXIX [1689]

Publication Date: 1689

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Edition: 1st Edition

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