Author:William Spurstowe

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William Spurstowe
(1605–1666)

English nonconformist minister

Works[edit]

  • Smectymnuus (1641), co-author
  • Englands Patterne and Duty in Its Monthly Fasts (1643)
  • Englands eminent judgments, caus'd by the abuse of Gods eminent mercies (1644)
  • The Magistrate's Dignity and Duty (1653)
  • The wels of salvation opened, or, A treatise discovering the nature, preciousnesse, usefulness of gospel-promises, and rules for the right application of them (1655)
  • Death and the Grave No Bar to Believers Happinesse (1656)
  • A Crown of Life, the Reward of Faithfulnesse (1662)
  • Satana Noēmata. Or, The Wiles of Satan (1666)
  • The Spiritual Chymist; or, Six Decads of Divine Meditations on Several Subjects (1666)

Works about Spurstowe[edit]

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