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The eighth part of The Christian-Quaker distinguished from the apostate & innovator

William Rogers

The eighth part of The Christian-Quaker distinguished from the apostate & innovator

wherein certain doctrines ... are examined, and in order to a decision of the controversie ... an adress [sic] is made to a book entituled, An Adress to Protestants, given forth by W.P. anno 1679 ...

by William Rogers

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Published by s.n. in [London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Penn, William, -- 1644-1718.,
  • Society of Friends -- History -- 17th century,
  • Society of Friends -- Apologetic works

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby W.R
    GenreApologetic works
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2237:10
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination16 p
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15408343M

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The eighth part of The Christian-Quaker distinguished from the apostate & innovator: wherein certain doctrines are examined, and in order to a decision of the controversie an adress [sic] is made to a book entituled, An Adress to Protestants, given forth by W.P. anno   The Christian-Quaker distinguished from the apostate & innovator in five parts, wherein religious differences amongst the people termed in derision Quakers, are treated on Rogers, William, d.

Errata following p. 32 of first numbered count. Each part has special t.p. and separate pagination. Includes index. Numerous errors in Author: William Rogers. The Christian-Quaker distinguished from the apostate & innovator. [2], 13, [1] p.

London: printed for Benjamin Clark, in George-yard in Lombard-street, Smith, J. Catalogue of Friends' Books / II, p. 87 Wing (2nd ed.) / LA English Reproduction of the original in the Friends' Library, London, England ++++ This book represents an Author: Thomas Lawrence.

In the yearWilliam Rogers published “The Christian Quaker Distinguished from the Apostate & Innovator, in Five Parts” as a response to what many Quakers at the time understood to be an introduction of a peremptory spirit into the gathering led by George Fox.

By ca. Christopher Taylor and d. Christian-Quaker distinguished from the apostate & innovator. William Rogers and d. Christian-Quaker distinguished from the apostate & innovator. About the Christian Quaker In the yearWilliam Rogers published “The Christian Quaker Distinguished from the Apostate & Innovator, in Five Parts” as a response to what many Quakers at the time understood to be an introduction of a peremptory spirit into the gathering led by George Fox.

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The part where it talks about the early Christian leaders in AD and how it was part of their theology that we will become like Gods--that we will be gods someday.

It shows that this doctrine had been lost through the centuries and was brought back in the restoration. In the yearWilliam Rogers published “The Christian Quaker Distinguished from the Apostate & Innovator, in Five Parts” as a response to what many Quakers at the time understood to be an introduction of a peremptory spirit into the gathering led by George Fox.

The accuser of our brethren cast down in righteous judgment against that spirit of hellish jealousie vented in a great confused book, falsly entituled, The Christian-Quaker distinguished from the apostate and innovator, in five parts ; the fallacy and force whereof being.

Antichristian treachery discovered and its way block'd up in a clear distinction betwixt the Christian apostolical spirit, and the spirit of the antichristian apostate: being an answer to a book put forth by William Rogers, falsely called, The Christian Quaker distinguished from the apostate and innovator In three parts By The letters in the last part of the New Testament are called "catholic" because.

for the most part they are not addressed to a single locality. The catholic letters are titled by their. apocalyptic book of. 1 Enoch. The James who wrote the letter of James was not. the apostle in the Peter-James-John trio. William Rogers' The Christian-Quaker, Distinguished from the Apostate and Innovator (London, ) and The Harmony of Divine and Heavenly Doctrines by William Penn, George Whitehead, and others (London, ) are both well-known publications, the former written by a Quaker separatist and an-swered by Penn and Whitehead.

They both appear in a. apostasy. the state of having rejected your religious beliefs or your political party or a cause (often in favor of opposing beliefs or causes) arianism. early teaching of the church that was heretical by saying that Jesus was not God but created by God. gnosticism.

The accuser of our brethren cast down in righteous judgment against that spirit of hellish jealousie vented in a great confused book, falsly entituled, The Christian-Quaker distinguished from the apostate and innovator, in five parts ; the fallacy and force whereof being herein clearly detected & justly repelled.

Whitehead, George. What is Dr. Roth's suggested way to study the Book of Proverbs. read one chapter per day. skin the entire book to see the interrelatedness of the proverbs. read and mediate on a few proverbs each days.

read and memorize one proverb daily. The accuser of our brethren cast down in righteous judgment against that spirit of hellish jealousie: vented in a great confused book, falsly entituled, The Christian-Quaker distinguished from the apostate and innovator, in five parts ; the fallacy and force whereof being herein clearly detected & justly repelled.

Find a copy online. The accuser of our brethren cast down in righteous judgment against that spirit of hellish jealousie vented in a great confused book, falsly entituled, The Christian-Quaker distinguished from the apostate and innovator, in five parts ; the fallacy and force whereof being herein clearly detected & justly repelled.

Some shared this lamentation openly, however, many others were not willing to speak out publically. Williams Rogers in his “The Christian Quaker Distinguished from the Apostate and Innovator in Five Parts, Wherein Religious Difference Amongst the Quakers are treated upon wrote” in ”Oh Friends!Whitehead, George, ?

The accuser of our brethren cast down in righteous judgment against that spirit of hellish jealousie vented in a great confused book, falsly entituled, The Christian-Quaker distinguished from the apostate and innovator, in five parts ; the fallacy and force whereof being herein clearly detected & justly repelled.

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