Baxter’s review of the circumstances under which he wrote his Saints Everlasting Rest’ 1650, and his later thoughts on what he had written; serving as a preface to a discourse on ‘The Future everlasting Rest and Blessedness of true Believers’. Both parts of this article seem to be unfinished. With a ‘Postscript’ referring to the antinomian controversy about Dr. Crisp in answer to a certificate prefixed to Doctor Crisp’s Works (1690).
Baxter’s reflection on writing The Saint’s Everlasting Rest
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Argent / Black v.143 (also listed as Treatises v.12); Thomas p.23
- For John Howe (1630-1705) see DWL/RB/1/7 (Treatises i.7)
- For Tobias Crisp(e) (1600-43) see ODNB and Corr 160, 182, 201, 243, 927, 1200, 1201, 1202, 1206, 1208, 1210, 1225 and 1237.