A just and lawful trial of the teachers & professed ministers of England, by a perfect proceeding against them. And hereby they are righteously examined, and justly weighed, and truly measured, and condemned out of their own mouths, and judged by their own professed rule, viz. the Scriptures; and thereby are proved to disagree, and be contrary to all the ministers of Christ in former ages; and to agree and concur with all the false prophets and deceivers in their call, in their maintenance, and in their doctrines, and conversation, and practice. And being brought to the bar of justice, these things are truly charged against them, and legally proved upon them, and their own professed rule (the Scriptures) have judged them guilty.
|Main Author:||Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662.|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
printed for Thomas Simmonds, at the Bull and Mouth near Aldersgate,
Early English books online.
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