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Waterland, Daniel - Distinctions Of Sacrifice : Set Forth In A Charge Deliver'd In Part To Clergy Of Middlesex At The Easter Visitation 1740.

printed for W Innys and R Manby, at the West End of St Paul's Church Yard, 1740, 1st edition. Disbound, G. [iv]+122pp+2pp publishers adverts, remains of an old leather binding to the spine, a bright copy. Disbound , no dustjacket. ¶ Brief sermon by the controversialist & theologian Daniel Waterland [ 1683 - 1740 ]. Much of his work was centred around defending the orthodox doctrine of the Trinity. 'Waterland maintained that the sacraments were a major support of central elements of Christian teaching, not least because they emphasized Christ's divine nature. The eucharist was explained as a material and spiritual symbol of Christ's sacrifice; it could not then be merely the service of commemoration' [ODNB]
GBP 18.50 [Appr.: EURO 21.75 US$ 23.41 | JP¥ 3514] Book number 38278

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