APA Citation

Burrough, E., & Early English Books Online. (1658). The true Christian religion againe discovered: After the long and darke night of apostacy; which hath over-shadowed the whole world; for many ages; and the profession and practise thereof witnessed unto by the Scriptures. And here all may see who it is, (of all these sects and divers forms of religion, that are in these nations) that are agreeable to the Scriptures in what they profess and practise, and who it is that are not according thereunto; for the line of true judgement is stretched upon all profession, and a true search into, and tryall thereof is made; and hereby it is manifest who it is, and what sort of people that may justly claime the benefit of the Protectors oath, to be protected thereby in their practises of religion, who hath bound himself to maintaine and uphold, that Christian religion, which is according to Scriptures, &c. This is written for the good of this Commonwealth, and the Information of all people in it. London: printed by Roger Norton Junior, for Giles Calvert at the Black Spread Eagle neer the west end of Pauls.

MLA Citation

Burrough, Edward, and Early English Books Online. The True Christian Religion Againe Discovered: After the Long and Darke Night of Apostacy; Which Hath Over-shadowed the Whole World; for Many Ages; and the Profession and Practise Thereof Witnessed Unto By the Scriptures. And Here All May See Who It Is, (of All These Sects and Divers Forms of Religion, That Are in These Nations) That Are Agreeable to the Scriptures in What They Profess and Practise, and Who It Is That Are Not According Thereunto; for the Line of True Judgement Is Stretched Upon All Profession, and a True Search Into, and Tryall Thereof Is Made; and Hereby It Is Manifest Who It Is, and What Sort of People That May Justly Claime the Benefit of the Protectors Oath, to Be Protected Thereby in Their Practises of Religion, Who Hath Bound Himself to Maintaine and Uphold, That Christian Religion, Which Is According to Scriptures, &c. This Is Written for the Good of This Commonwealth, and the Information of All People in It. London: printed by Roger Norton Junior, for Giles Calvert at the Black Spread Eagle neer the west end of Pauls, 1658.

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