Converts -- England -- Early works to 1800. : The life and miraculous conversion from Popery, &c. of Joseph Perry : in three parts: I. The Glory of Divine Grace. II. The Protection of Divine Providence. III. In the Goodness of God manifested. The second edition. Written by himself.
Converts -- New Brunswick -- Saint John. : Narrative of the gracious dealings of God in the conversion of W. Mooney Fitzgerald and John Clark, two malefactors, who were executed on Friday, Dec. 18, 1789, at St. John's, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, for burglary; in a letter from the Reverend Mr. Milton To The Right Honourable The Countess Dowager Of Huntingdon.
Converts -- New England. : The Banners of grace and love displayed in the farther conversion of the Indians in New-England : held forth in sundry letters from divers ministers to the corporation established by Parliament, for promoting the Gospel amongst the heathen in New-England : and farther attested by Edm. Callamy, Simon Ashe, VVill Spurstow, Lazarus Seaman, George Griffith, [brace] [brace] Phil Nye, VVilliam Bridge, Henry VVhitfield, Joseph Carryll, Ralph Venning.
Converts -- Pakistan. : Islamic ideology and fundamentalism in Pakistan : climate for conversion to Christianity? / Warren Fredrick Larson.
Converts -- Protestant. : An account of the late conversion of Mr. John Barville alias Barton, from popery, to the reformed Church of England. : With the form of his solemn abjuration of the Romish religion. Written by himself. To which are added, a letter of the Reverend Dr. Kennett, ... And also the forms of renouncing popery, made by some other late converts.
Converts -- Sermons. : The conduct of the first converts to christianity : considered and applied, in a sermon, preached at Bridport, on the tenth of July, 1788, at the ordination of the Rev. Thomas Howe. By Joshua Toulmin, A. M. Also, the perpetuity of the Christian Church, in a sermon, preached at Ringwood, on the sixteenth of July, 1788. At the Ordination of the Rev. William Gellibrand. By Abraham Rees, D. D. F. R. S. To which are added, the questions proposed to Mr. Howe, with his answers; and a charge, delivered on both these occasions. By Andrew Kippis, D. D. F. R. S. and S. A.