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The English nonconformity, as under King Charles II. and King James II. truly stated and argued, by Richard Baxter. Who earnestly beseecheth rulers, and clergy, not to divide, and destroy the land, and cast their own souls on the dreadful guilt and punishment of national perjury, lying, deliberate covenanting to sin against God, corrupt his Church, and not amend, nor by laws or blind malignity, to reproach faithful ministers of Christ, and judge them to scorn and beggery, and to lie and die in jails as rogues, and so to strengthen profaneness, popery and schism, and all for want of willingness and patience to read and hear their just defence; while they can spend much more time in sin and vanity. The author humbly begs that he and his books of unconfutable defence of a mistaken persecuted cause may not be witnesses against them for such great and wilful sin to their condemnation. Preview this item
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The English nonconformity, as under King Charles II. and King James II. truly stated and argued, by Richard Baxter. Who earnestly beseecheth rulers, and clergy, not to divide, and destroy the land, and cast their own souls on the dreadful guilt and punishment of national perjury, lying, deliberate covenanting to sin against God, corrupt his Church, and not amend, nor by laws or blind malignity, to reproach faithful ministers of Christ, and judge them to scorn and beggery, and to lie and die in jails as rogues, and so to strengthen profaneness, popery and schism, and all for want of willingness and patience to read and hear their just defence; while they can spend much more time in sin and vanity. The author humbly begs that he and his books of unconfutable defence of a mistaken persecuted cause may not be witnesses against them for such great and wilful sin to their condemnation.

Author: Richard Baxter
Publisher: London : printed for Tho. Parkhurst at the Bible and Three Crowns, at the lower end of Cheapside, 1689.
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Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691.
English nonconformity, as under King Charles II. and King James II. truly stated and argued.
London : printed for Tho. Parkhurst at the Bible and Three Crowns, at the lower end of Cheapside, 1689
(OCoLC)1055659939
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Baxter
OCLC Number: 83104379
Description: [16], 88, 97-188, 193-304 p. ; 4to.

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