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" I thinke it containes any thing but truth; but because the names of some parties, that acted in our troubles, that have, since that time, (I hope) repented, and so God having pardoned their sins in Heaven, I should have... "
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by James Savage, John Farmer, Orrando Perry Dexter - 1862
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The Historical Magazine, Volume 1

United States - 1857
...repented, and so God having pardoned their sins in Heaven, I should have been loath to have revived them on earth. - But considering that their names...any act of mine, and that the necessity of the times calls for it, and its requisite that God's great works should be made knowne ; I therefore, in a straite...
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Historical Magazine: And Notes and Queries Concerning the ..., Volume 1

John Ward Dean, George Folsom, John Gilmary Shea, Henry Reed Stiles, Henry Barton Dawson - United States - 1857
...repented, and so God having pardoned their sins in Heaven, I should have been loath to have revived them on earth. But considering that their names are...any act of mine, and that the necessity of the times calls for it, and its requisite that God's great works should be made knowne ; I therefore, in a straite...
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The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 36

New England - 1882
...repented, and so God having pardoned their sins in Heaven, I should have been loath to have revived them on earth. But considering that their names are...any act of mine, and that the necessity of the times calls for it. and its requisite that God's great works should be made knowue ; I therefore, in a straite...
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Antinomianism in the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, 1636-1638 ..., Volume 21

John Winthrop - Antinomianism - 1894 - 415 pages
...pardoned their fins in Heaven, I mould have beene loath to have revived them on earth ; But confidering that their names are already in Print without any act of mine, and that the neceffity of the times call for it, and it's requifite that Gods great works mould be made knowne ;...
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The Antinomian Controversy, 1636-1638: A Documentary History

David D. Hall - Religion - 1990 - 453 pages
...repented, and so God having pardoned their sins in Heaven, I should have beene loath to have revived them on earth; But considering that their names are...and that the necessity of the times call for it, and it's requisite that Gods great works should be made knowne; I therefore, in a straight of time, not...
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