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A single eye all light, no darkness; or light and darkness one: In which you have it purely discussed, 1. The original of darkness. 2. What darkness is. 3. Why it is called darkness. As also, what God is within, and what without; how he is said to be one, yet two; when two and not one, yet then one, and not two. Likewise a word from the Lord touching the onely resurrection of the body, in, from, and to the Lord. With a certain parcel of quaeries to be answered from Heaven or Hell,

Laurence Claxton Imprinted at London : , in the yeer that the powers of Heaven and Earth was, is, and shall be shaken, yea damned, till they be no more for ever 1650

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