An apology for private preaching. In which those formes are warranted, or rather justified, which the maligannt sect contemne, and daily by prophane pamphlets make ridiculous. (Viz.) Preaching in a tub. Teaching against the backe of a chaire. Instructing at a tables end. Revealing in a basket. Exhorting over a buttery hatch. Reforming on a bed side. Or (indeed) any place, according to inspiration (since it is knowne) the spirit moves in sundry places.) Whereunto is annexed, or rather conjoyned, or furthermore united, or moreover knit, the spirituall postures, alluding to that of musket and pike. by T.J.
|Main Author:||Taylor, John, 1580-1653.|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
Jun. 28. Printed for R. Wood, T. Wilson, and E. Christopher,
Early English books online.
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