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Antichrist's strongest hold overturned: or, The foundation of the religion of the people called Quakers, bared and razed in a debate had with some of them in the castle at Lancaster, and in an additional account of the light within. Wherein is shewed, 1. That their first principle is a lye. 2. That their Christ is not the true Jesus. 3. That their idolatrly is worse and more dangerous then Jeroboam's or the Papists. 4. That their principle denies the great mystery of godliness, departs from the faith, and leads to give attendance to the doctrine of dæmons. Here also is shewed the occasion of their rise and growth, together with the right way of discovering their secret delusions. Lastly, the best things that the best of this people pretend to own, are here mentioned and allowed. Hereunto is annexed an Appendix, ... All which is published ... for common benefit: by J. W.

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Main Authors: Wigan, John., Curwen, Thomas. (Author)
Corporate Author: Early English Books Online.
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: London : printed for the author, in the year 1665.
Series:Early English books online.
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