Faith Biblical Teaching : Preparation to conversion, or, Faith's harbinger : in a rare epistle, writ by a person of quality before his death, to his surviving friends, shewing, that Satan prevails most by deception of our reason, that the beauty of holiness and true wisdom is unseen to the world, that ingrateful persons are as witless as wicked, why most men hear the Gospel year after year, and are never the better, with wholsom instruction, to prevent destruction : all richly fraught with choise and pithy sentences, similitudes, examples, metaphors, rhetorical and pointed expressions, which being thought by many worth the transcribing at no small charge, is now committed to the press / by R. Young ...; Younge, Richard.
Faith Catholic Authors : A treatise of faith : wherin is briefely, and planly [sic] shewed, a direct way, by which every man may resolue, and settle his minde, in all doubtes, questions, or controuersies, concerning matters of faith.; Fisher, John,
Faith Congresses : Doubting Christianity : the Church and doubt / edited by Frances Andrews, Charlotte Methuen, Andrew Spicer.
Faith Juvenile Poetry : Spirited poetry : reflections about god, life and faith / edited by Lat Blaylock for PCfRE, The National Association for Teachers of RE.
Faith Miscellanea : Veritas evangelica, or, The Gospel-truth asserted in sixteen useful questions : which being seriously searched into, will open the way to find out assuredly the true and saving faith of Christ which is but one, as the apostle affirms / written by T.K. and now published by R.C.; T. K.
Faith Poetry Early Works To 1800 : Eirēnikon : a poeme wherein is perswaded the composing of the differences of all the faithfull in Christ Iesus under what forme soever whether Episcopall Presbyterian Congregationall or Antipedobaptist. / by an unworthy seruant of the Lord who desires the peace of the Churches of Christ and of these nations.
Faith Psychology : The psychology of religious commitment and development.; Asa, Leland F.
Falconer Jean : Woodsmoke and temple flowers : memories of Malaya.; Falconer, Jean.
Falconer Richard Major : A true and perfect narrative of the several proceedings in the case concerning the Lord Craven, before the Commissioners for Sequestrations and Compositions sitting at Haberdashers-Hall, the Council of State, the Parliament : and upon the indictment of perjury, preferred and found against Major Richard Faulconer, the single and material witness against the Lord Craven, concerning the petition to the King of Scots, vvhich as the said Faulconer pretended, was promoted at Breda by the Lord Craven, and wherein, as the said Faulconer deposed, the Parliament of England was stiled by the name of barbarous and inhumane rebels. Shortly after which oath the Lord Cravens estate was voted by Parliament to be confiscate.