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A New-England-fire-brand quenched The second part. Being something in answer to Roger Williams his Appendix. Wherein he hath taken and pickt up some of G.F."s words, and some of G.F."s old persecutors here and there, that writ against him and the people of God called Quakers, what he thinketh he can pick out for his own advantage; who is of the same spirit, as they that writ against us, and persecuted us in Oliver"s days. With a - Post-script confuting his blasphemous assertions, viz: of the blood of Christ, that was shed, its being corruptible and corrupted: and that salvation was by a man that was corruptible. Where-unto is added a - Catalogue of R.W."s envious, malitious, scornful railing stuff, false accusations and blasphemies, which he foully and un-Christian-like hath scattered and dispersed throughout his book, and calls it scripture-language. Together with the - letters of W. Coddington and Rich. Scot of Providence in New-England, testifying against the said R. Williams and his slanderous and wicked book. And lastly some - testimonies of antient and modern authors concerning the light, scriptures, rule and the soul of man. By George Fox and John Burnyeat by George Fox

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

Subjects:

  • Quakers

Book details:

The Physical Object
Pagination[2], 255, [1] p. ;
Number of Pages255
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25596005M

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The book is, much like The Great Mystery, a point-by-point reponse to criticism. Unlike that book, which responded to a wide variety of critics, A New England Fire-Brand Quenched is a detailed response to a single critic, Roger Williams, founder of Rhode Island, champion of religious freedom, and a religious dissident himself. H. In order to READ Online or Download Fire Brand ebooks in PDF, ePUB, Tuebl and Mobi format, you need to create a FREE account. We cannot guarantee that Fire Brand book is in the library, But if You are still not sure with the service, you can choose FREE Trial service. The book is, much like The Great Mystery, a point-by-point reponse to criticism. Unlike that book, which responded to a wide variety of critics, A New England Fire-Brand Quenched is a detailed response to a single critic, Roger Williams, founder of Rhode Island, champion of religious freedom, and a religious dissident himself. A New-England-fire-brand quenched: being something in answer unto a lying, slanderous book, entituled, George Fox digged out of his burrows, &c. printed at Boston in the year , of one Roger Williams of Providence in New-England : of a dispute upon XIV, of his proposals held and debated betwixt him, the said Roger Williams, on the one part, and John Stubs, William .

  A New-England-fire-brand quenched. The second part. Being something in answer to Roger Williams his Appendix. Wherein he hath taken and pickt up some of G.F.'s words, and some of G.F.'s old persecutors here and there, that writ against him and the people of God called Quakers, what he thinketh he can pick out for his own advantage; who is of the same spirit, as Pages: A New-England-fire-brand Quenched George Fox,John Burnyeat,Roger Williams — Society of Friends Being an Answer Unto a Slanderous Book, Entituled; George Fox Digged Out of His Burrows, &c. Printed at Boston in the Year by Roger Williams of . "A New-England-fire-brand quenched The second part. Being something in answer to Roger Williams his Appendix. Wherein he hath taken and pickt up some of G.F.'s words, and some of G.F.'s old persecutors here and there" Fox, George, Place of publication from Wing. Verso of final leaf bears errata. [2], , [1] p. [London: s.n.],Format: Pasta blanda. Fox, George, A New-England-fire-brand quenched being something in answer unto a lying, slanderous book, entituled, George Fox digged out of his burrows, &c. printed at Boston in the year , of one Roger Williams of Providence in New-England.

collaborated upon A New-England Fire-Brand Quenched, a spirited reply,to Williams' book based upon a stenographic record of the debate, Burnyeat's recollections, and a copy of Williams' book. The great Quaker debate caused quite a stir in its time, and it is hardly possible today for. A New-England-Fire-Brand Quenched the Second Part. Being Something in Answer to Roger Williams His Appendix. Wherein He Hath Taken and Pickt Up Some G.F.'s Old Persecutors Here and There () | George Fox | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch : Taschenbuch.   The following is a fairly complete list of his works: 1. ‘A New-England Fire-Brand Quenched; being an answer to a slanderous book entituled “George Fox digg'd out of his Burrows,”’ &c. By John Burneyeat [and George Fox], 4to, 2. ‘An Epistle from John Burneyeat to Friends in Pennsylvania,’ &c. 4to, 3.   A letter of Richard Scott appended to “A New England Fire-Brand Quenched,” and published about , states that Mr. Williams left the Baptists and turned Seeker, a few months after he was baptized. Mr. Scott was a member of the Baptist church for some time, but at the date of this letter, had united with the Friends.