Author:Richard Alleine

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Richard Alleine

English Puritan divine


  • A Brief Explanation of the Common Catechisme Distinguished into Three Parts, London, 1630
  • Vindiciæ Pietatis, London, 1660
  • Cheirothesia Tou Presbyteriou, or A Letter to a Friend, London, 1661
  • The Godly Mans Portion and Sanctuary, London, [1662?]
  • Heaven Opened, or, A Brief and Plain Discovery of the Riches of Gods Covenant by Grace, London, 1665
  • The Best of Remedies for the Worst of Maladies, London, 1667
  • The World Conquered, or A Believer's Victory Over the World, London, 1668
  • Two Prayers: One for the Use of Families, the Other for Children, [ca. 1670]
  • Godly-Fear, or, The Nature and Necessity of Fear, and its Usefulness, London, 1674
  • A Rebuke to Backsliders, and a Spurr for Loyterers, London, 1677
  • A Murderer Punished and Pardoned or, A True Relation of the Wicked Life, and Shameful-Happy Death of Thomas Savage, London, 1679
  • A Companion for Prayer, London, 1680
  • Instructions About Heart-Work, London, 1681
  • The Christian's Daily Practice of Piety, Edinburgh, 1703
  • The Voice of God to Christless Unregenerate Sinners, Boston, 1743

Works about Alleine


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