The Death of Legal Hope, the Life of Evangelical Obedience. An Essay on Galatians II, 19. Shewing, that while a sinner is alive to the law, as a covenant, he cannot live to God in the performance of duty: and, that the moral law is immutable in its nature, and of perpetual use, as the rule of a believer's conduct. Abraham Booth.

The Death of Legal Hope, the Life of Evangelical Obedience. An Essay on Galatians II, 19. Shewing, that while a sinner is alive to the law, as a covenant, he cannot live to God in the performance of duty: and, that the moral law is immutable in its nature, and of perpetual use, as the rule of a believer's conduct.

London: Sold by E. and C. Dilly; W. Harris; J. Gurney, J. Robinson; and B. Tomkins, 1770. vi, [1], 123, [1] pp. 12mo. Quarterbound morocco over marbled paper-covered boards. First edition. Lacking the half-title in some copies, spine and boards worn with some loss at the extremities, initials to free endpaper, light foxing on the title page, some offsetting throughout; overall a good to very good copy. ESTCT88205. Starr B4038. Item #27221

Abraham Booth (1734-1806) published the Death of Legal Hope as a supplement to his earlier Reigh of Grace which was directed against the extremes of Arminianism and antinominism. RLIN and OCLC show only 7 copies with an additional 6 listed in the ESTC.

Price: $150.00

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