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The Way to Heaven By John Philips
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John Philips (1585-1663) was a staunch reformed puritan during the era of the Westminster Assembly. This work by Philips covers the important topic of the nature of the church. Philips explains that... More > salvation is only found in the Church. He demonstrates what the Church is; by what means men are added to the Church; the Author, or Efficient cause of this addition; the time and continuance of that work; and the happiness of those that are added to the Church. His text comes from Acts 2:47, “And the Lord added to the Church daily such as should be saved.” In this treatise he covers three branches to define the church, and then explains how the church ministers the salvation of God through Jesus Christ by the ministry of the Word, faith and baptism. This is an excellent work which is also a polemic against the Roman Catholic Church as well as heretical sects. This work is not a scan or facsimile and has been made easy to read with an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Way to Heaven By John Philips
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John Philips 1585-1663) was a staunch reformed puritan during the era of the Westminster Assembly. This work by Philips covers the important topic of the nature of the church. Philips explains that... More > salvation is only found in the Church. He demonstrates what the Church is; by what means men are added to the Church; the Author, or Efficient cause of this addition; the time and continuance of that work; and the happiness of those that are added to the Church. His text comes from Acts 2:47, “And the Lord added to the Church daily such as should be saved.” In this treatise he covers three branches to define the church, and then explains how the church ministers the salvation of God through Jesus Christ by the ministry of the Word, faith and baptism. This is an excellent work which is also a polemic against the Roman Catholic Church as well as heretical sects. This work is not a scan or facsimile and has been made easy to read with an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less