A just defence and vindication of Gospel ministers and Gospel ordinances against the Quakers many false accusations, slanders and reproaches. In ansvver to John Horwood his letter, and E.B. his book, called, A just and lawful tryal of the ministers and teachers of this age, and several others. Proving the ministers calling and maintenance just and lawful, and the doctrine of perfection by free justification, preached by them, agreeable to the scriptures. VVith the Quakers objections answered. And the Quakers perfection by hearkning to, and obeying a light within them, proved contrary to the scriptures. And their practices in ten particulars proved contrary to the commands and examples of Christ and his apostles. By a lover of gospel ministers and gospel ordinances.
printed by W.G. for the author, and are to be sold by Isaac Pridmore at the signe of the Golden Falcon neer the New Exchange,
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Burrough, Edward, > 1634-1662. > Just and lawful trial of the teachers & professed ministers of England, by a perfect proceeding against them > Early works to 1800.
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