APA Citation

Rigge, A., & Early English Books Online. (1657). The banner of Gods love, and ensign of righteousness spread over his people in these later dayes: Wherein the true light shineth, and the mysterie that hath been hid from ages and generations, is revealed to the saints, which is, Christ in us the hope of glory, as our forefathers witnessed, read Col. I. 26, 27, 28, 29. Also, a testimony against them who formerly hath tasted of the good word of God, and of the power of the world to come, who hath cast the law of God behind their backs, and hath trodden under foot the blood of the covenant. ... most especially, those that are called Anabaptists and Independents. Also, a few words in warning to the priests, professors, and people of the town and county of Southhampton. With a few quæries to the rulers and magistrates of England, to try their fruits whether they be according to the Christian magistrates recorded in the Scripture of truth, ... . Set forth most especially for the sake of the honest-hearted, who are not wholly given up to believe lyes, that they may come to know the way of life and peace. London: printed for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at his shop at the Black spread-Eagle, neer the west end of Pauls.

MLA Citation

Rigge, Ambrose, and Early English Books Online. The Banner of Gods Love, and Ensign of Righteousness Spread Over His People in These Later Dayes: Wherein the True Light Shineth, and the Mysterie That Hath Been Hid From Ages and Generations, Is Revealed to the Saints, Which Is, Christ in Us the Hope of Glory, As Our Forefathers Witnessed, Read Col. I. 26, 27, 28, 29. Also, a Testimony against Them Who Formerly Hath Tasted of the Good Word of God, and of the Power of the World to Come, Who Hath Cast the Law of God Behind Their Backs, and Hath Trodden Under Foot the Blood of the Covenant. ... Most Especially, Those That Are Called Anabaptists and Independents. Also, a Few Words in Warning to the Priests, Professors, and People of the Town and County of Southhampton. With a Few Quæries to the Rulers and Magistrates of England, to Try Their Fruits Whether They Be According to the Christian Magistrates Recorded in the Scripture of Truth, ... . Set Forth Most Especially for the Sake of the Honest-hearted, Who Are Not Wholly Given Up to Believe Lyes, That They May Come to Know the Way of Life and Peace. London: printed for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at his shop at the Black spread-Eagle, neer the west end of Pauls, 1657.

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