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Calvinist speaks out against Methodism  

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The Scheme of Christian Philosophical Necessity Asserted. In Opposition to Mr. John Wesley's Tract on that Subject

Toplady, Augustus


Printed for Vallance and Simmons



8vo, 19th century purple cloth, gilt rules and lettering. First Edition.

A response to the founder of Methodism, John Wesley. Toplady (1740-1778) had subscribed to Wesleyism early in life but converted, becoming an ardent and outspoken Calvinist.

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Cloth faded on spine; shelf label on spine; very good.

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