Original Sin, Free-Will, Grace, Regeneration, Justification, Faith, Good Works, and Universal Redemption, As Maintained in Certain Declarations of Our Reformers, Which Are the Groundwork of the Articles of Our Established Church Upon These Subjects: With

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Excerpt from Original Sin, Free-Will, Grace, Regeneration, Justification, Faith, Good Works, and Universal Redemption, as Maintained in Certain Declarations of Our Reformers, Which Are the Groundwork of the Articles of Our Established Church Upon These Subjects: With an Important Account of the Subscription to the Articles in 1604, and an Historical and Critical Introduction to the Whole

I cles of Religion, set out by the Convocation, and published by the King's authority, in 1536 the evidence of the first publick and authorized attempt at a reformation, in this reign, of religious Opinion. In the next year appeared, (a) The In stitution of a Christian Man; a work prepared by bishops and other divines, consisting of an Ex position of the Creed, the Sacraments, the Com mandments, the Lord's Prayer, and the Ave Maria; with the Articles of Justification, Pur gatory, Baptism, Penance, and the Eucharist.

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