Guilt -- Early works to 1800. : The hue and cry of conscience after secure sinners; or The alarm of conscience in order to the discovery of hidden guilt by John Ryther minister of the gospel [electronic resource]
Guilt -- Religious aspects -- Early works to 1800. : A learned and acurate discourse concerning the guilt of sin, pardon of that guilt, and prayer for that pardon. [electronic resource] : Written many years ago by the Reverend Mr. Thomas Gilbert, minister of the Gospel, lately deceased at Oxford. Now published from his own manuscript, left by him some years before his death, with a friend in London.
Guilt -- Sermons. : The inadvertencies and indiscretions of good men, [electronic resource] : a great cause of general corruption in society. A sermon preached at Enfield in Middlesex, January 7, 1746-7. Being the Day appointed by his Majesty for the Observation of a General Fast. By William Bush.
Guilty Covered Clergy Man Unvailed Speed Thomas B 1622 Or 3 : A vindication of Scripture and ministery [electronic resource] : in a rejoynder to a reply not long since published by Thomas Speed ... : wherein sundry Scriptures are explained, divers questions (relating to these times) discussed, and the truth asserted against the exceptions of papists and Quakers : whereunto is adjoyned a postscript reflecting upon and returning answer to divers passages in Thomas Speed his last pamphlet / by William Thomas ...