1693 JOHN HOWE. Puritan on the Carnality of Arguing & Dividing Over Theology. Timely!
1693 JOHN HOWE. Puritan on the Carnality of Arguing & Dividing Over Theology. Timely!
1693 JOHN HOWE. Puritan on the Carnality of Arguing & Dividing Over Theology. Timely!

1693 JOHN HOWE. Puritan on the Carnality of Arguing & Dividing Over Theology. Timely!

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Work that feels right now quite timely by John Howe, (1630-1705), English Puritan and chaplain to Oliver Cromwell. After the Act of Uniformity in 1662, he preached illegally in houses and fled to Ireland where he was a member of the Antrim Meeting where the Irish Presbyterian church was founded. 

Howe, John. The Carnality of Religious Contention in Two Sermons Preach'd at the Merchant's Lecture in Broadstreet. London. Printed by J. A. for Thomas Parkhurst at the Bible and Three Crowns. 1694.  xxxiv + 88pp.

Appears to have been part of a larger sammelband at some point. Text itself complete and generally quite good.