SHEPARD, Thomas. The Sound Beleever. A Treatise of Evangelical Conversion. Discovering the Work of Christs Spirit, in Reconciling of a Sinner to God. London: [n.p.], 1693. 12mo. 325,pp. 19th-century 3/4 calf and marbled boards, raised spine bands, compartments gilt, black morocco spine label. Rebacked, original spine laid down, boards lightly rubbed, some wear to corners, else very good. Wing (2nd ed.) 3140A. Rare, Worldcat locates only one copy. Thomas Shepard left England in 1635 for Massachusetts, becoming the minister of the First Church of Cambridge. From 1637 to 1638, during the Antinomian Controversy, he sat with the other colonial ministers during both the civil and church trials of Anne Hutchinson, and was a very vocal critic of hers during the latter trial. He became one of the most prominent Puritan ministers in North America and was especially interested in the conversion of the Indians. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Sound Beleever. A Treatise of Evangelical ...
Publication Date: 1693
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