Adam's Condition in Paradise Discovered Wherein Is Proved that Adam Had Right to Eternall Life, in Innocency, and Forfeited It, for Him and His: Also, a Treatise of the Lawful Ministry, and the Manner of Sion's Redemption Opened (1656)

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