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A warning against countenancing the ministrations of Mr. George Whitefield : published in the new church at Bristow, upon Sabbath, June 6. 1742. Together with an appendix upon the same subject, Wherein are shewn, that Mr. Whitefield is no Minister of Jesus Christ ; that his Call and Coming to Scotland are scandalous ; that his Practice is disorderly, and fertile of Disorder ; that his whole Doctrine is, and his Success must be, diabolical ; so that People ought to avoid him, from Duty to God, to the Church, to themselves, to Fellow-Men, to Posterity, and to him. By Adam Gib, Minister of the Gospel at Edinburgh. Preview this item
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A warning against countenancing the ministrations of Mr. George Whitefield : published in the new church at Bristow, upon Sabbath, June 6. 1742. Together with an appendix upon the same subject, Wherein are shewn, that Mr. Whitefield is no Minister of Jesus Christ ; that his Call and Coming to Scotland are scandalous ; that his Practice is disorderly, and fertile of Disorder ; that his whole Doctrine is, and his Success must be, diabolical ; so that People ought to avoid him, from Duty to God, to the Church, to themselves, to Fellow-Men, to Posterity, and to him. By Adam Gib, Minister of the Gospel at Edinburgh.

Author: Adam Gib
Publisher: Edinburgh : Printed for, and sold by David Duncan at his House in the Grass-Market, opposite to the Corn-Market, South-Side of the Street, the second Door up the Timber-Ravel'd Fore-Stair, MDCCXLII. [1742]
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Named Person: George Whitefield; George Whitefield
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Adam Gib
OCLC Number: 642550827
Description: 1 online resource (ix, [1], 65, [1] pages)

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