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[Hebrew] or, An appeal to the scriptures In a summary collection of scriptures, produced, and placed, in answer to twenty one questions, relating to this following enquiry. Viz. Whether the seventh, of last day of the week, in the weekly revolutions, and returns of it, formerly was, now is, and till heaven, and earth pass away, will be, the divine will, and pleasure of Jehovah Elohim, to be observed, and celebrated, as a weekly sabbath-day, according to the prescription of infinite wisdom; by vertue of his holy command, as the duty of all mankind, to their real and true benefit, and advantage, if observed, and to their deplorable misery if neglected. By J.W.

Title:[Hebrew] or, An appeal to the scriptures In a summary collection of scriptures, produced, and placed, in answer to twenty one questions, relating to this following enquiry. Viz. Whether the seventh, of last day of the week, in the weekly revolutions, and returns of it, formerly was, now is, and till heaven, and earth pass away, will be, the divine will, and pleasure of Jehovah Elohim, to be observed, and celebrated, as a weekly sabbath-day, according to the prescription of infinite wisdom; by vertue of his holy command, as the duty of all mankind, to their real and true benefit, and advantage, if observed, and to their deplorable misery if neglected. By J.W.
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Note:London : [s.n.], printed in the year 1676
  
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Subject:Christian literature -- Early works to 1800
Subject:Theology -- Miscellanea -- Early works to 1800
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