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An antidote against that poysonous and fundamental error of the Quakers

An antidote against that poysonous and fundamental error of the Quakers

denying the same numerical true and real manhood of Jesus Christ in heaven, a place remote from the earth : in two sermons preached at Hartford


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Published by Printed for Jonathan Robinson ... in London .
Written in English

  • Society of Friends -- Controversial literature,
  • Sermons, English -- 17th century

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby W.H. Christophilus
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 565:5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[4], 20 p
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15032510M

    Politicaster or, a comical discourse, in answer unto Mr. Wren's book, intituled, Monarchy asserted, against Mr. Harrington's Oceana. / By J.H. Harrington, James, / [] Political discourses tending to the introduction of a free and equal commonwealth in England / by James Harrington, Esq. Harrington, James, / []. Animadversions upon a late quibling libel from the Hartford Quakers, stiled, A testimony for the man Christ Jesus demonstrating that it is not the same true and real man Christ Jesus that they give testimony unto, but another false and feigned Jesus, or, A fresh and fuller draught of the same antidote, against the poyson presented in the whores. Hicks himself appears unwilling to "test the spirits" [see 1 John ], and must surely have appeared in the orthodox light as a false prophet. In the end, the most significant issue rested on the true source of authority within the community of Christian believers.

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Quakers (or Friends) are members of a Christian religious movement that started in England in the 17th century, and has spread throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Central America.

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In fact, many Quakers who were there when the. A Quaker Action Group (AQAG) was founded in Philadelphia during the summer of to "apply nonviolent direct action as a witness against the war in Vietnam". History. Founding member Lawrence Scott was a Quaker and radical pacifist who had worked for the.

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The researches of recent years conclusively show that the movement, known in History as Quakerism, was part of a very much wider religious movement which had for many years been gathering volume and intensity, and which had prepared the way, especially in England, for this particular type of lay-religion.

The other intervening book is the small volume, Historical Writings An antidote against that poysonous and fundamental error of the Quakers book Quakers Against War. The main items in this book, Thomas Lurting's The Fighting Sailor Turned Peaceable Christian () and Jonathan Dymond's An Inquiry into the Accordance of War with the Principles of Christianity (), were already on our website, and we had thought we.

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stressed Protestant culture and federal-sponsored internal improvements and courted the support of a variety of reform movements, including temperance, nativism, and even antislavery, though few believed in. The claim that peace is the one essential Friends testimony is grounded in a fundamental misunderstanding of Quaker testimonies.

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Edward Beckham, D.D. Rector of Gayton-Thorp, Henry Meriton M.A. Rector of Oxborough, Lancaster Topcliffe r of Hockwold [brace] NorfolkPages: A. brought indentured servants and small farmers together against the colony's rich planters and political leaders C.

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To which are adjoyned Animadversions in the margin by way of Antidote against those places where the rankest poyson is couched. London, Dr. D. Featley revived: or, the faithfull shephard, a sermon [on 1 Pet.

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