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Richard Alleine (1610/11 – 22 December 1681) was an English Puritan divine.

He was born at DitcheatSomerset, where his father was rector. He was a younger brother of William Alleine, the saintly vicar of Blandford. Richard was educated at St Alban Hall, Oxford, where he was entered commoner in 1627, and whence, having taken the degree of B.A., he transferred himself to New Inn, continuing there until he proceeded M.A. On being ordained he became assistant to his father, and immediately stirred the entire county by his burning eloquence.
    • A Brief Explanation of the Common Catechisme Distinguished into Three Parts, London, 1630
    • Vindiciae Pietatis, London, 1660
    • Cheirothesia Tou Presbyteriou, or A Letter to a Friend, London, 1661
    • The Godly Mans Portion and Sanctuary, London, [1662?]
    • Heaven Opened, or, A Brief and Plain Discovery of the Riches of Gods Covenant by Grace, London, 1665
    • The Best of Remedies for the Worst of Maladies, London, 1667
    • The World Conquered, or A Believer's Victory Over the World, London, 1668
    • Two Prayers: One for the Use of Families, the Other for Children, [ca. 1670]
    • Godly-Fear, or, The Nature and Necessity of Fear, and its Usefulness, London, 1674
    • A Rebuke to Backsliders, and a Spurr for Loyterers, London, 1677
    • A Murderer Punished and Pardoned or, A True Relation of the Wicked Life, and Shameful-Happy Death of Thomas Savage, London, 1679
    • A Companion for Prayer, London, 1680
    • Instructions About Heart-Work, London, 1681
    • The Christian's Daily Practice of Piety, Edinburgh, 1703
    • The Voice of God to Christless Unregenerate Sinners, Boston, 1743.

Heaven Opened

Heaven Opened.