A full answer to the country parson's plea against the Quakers tythe-bill, by the author of The replication to the country parson's papers and plea

Portada
T. Cooper, 1736 - 96 páginas
 

Comentarios de la gente - Escribir un comentario

No encontramos ningún comentario en los lugares habituales.

Otras ediciones - Ver todas

Términos y frases comunes

Pasajes populares

Página 6 - diator between God and Man, being " both God and Man; wherefore they are " not to be heard, which feign that the " old Fathers did look only for tranfitory " Promifes. Altho
Página 6 - the New, for both in the Old and New " Teftament everlafting Life is offered to « Mankind by Chrift, who is the only
Página 53 - Days, faith the™.^ Lord: I will put my Laws into their Minds^ and write them in their Hearts, and I will be to them a
Página 26 - was broken, neither have ye brought again that which was driven away, neither have ye (ought that which was
Página 53 - into their Minds^ and write them in their Hearts, and I will be to them a
Página 96 - Weak, be Patie.nt towards all Men: .See that , 'none render Evil for Evil unto any Man, but
Página 6 - are commonly received, we do receive " and account them Canonical. The
Página 32 - they a.ll look to their own Way, every one fo.r his Gain, from his Quarter.
Página 58 - things have been, faith the Lord:, but to this Man will I look, even to hint that is poor, and of a contrite
Página 6 - God by Mofes, as touching Ceremonies " and Rites, do not bind Chriftian Men, " nor the civil Precepts thereof ought of " neceflity to be received in any

Información bibliográfica