The Doctrine of Man and Grace as Held by the Reverend John Flavel
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In this paper I propose to set forth the conception of man as held by John Flavel, the 17th century Puritan divine. The greater portion of the material presented here was taken from his, "Treatise on the Soul of Man," and his work on, "The Method of Grace." Other information was gained from a study of his complete works. The information about the life of Flavel, though inadequate in respects to dates about important events in his life, was found in the beginning of the compiled volumes used in this study, "The Whold Works of one Reverend Me. John Flavel, Late Minister at Dartmouth in Devon, In Two Volumes." The complete works was published in London, 1716.
DescriptionBachelor of Divinity
CitationFarrell, Earl T. (1949). The Doctrine of Man and Grace as Held by the Reverend John Flavel. Honors thesis, Duke University. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/2855.
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