A defence of the Christian doctrines of the Society of Friends; being a reply to the charge of denying the three that bear record in heaven, the divinity and atonement of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, and the authenticity and divine authority of the Holy Scriptures, recently revived against the early Quakers, (Book, 1825) [WorldCat.org]
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A defence of the Christian doctrines of the Society of Friends; being a reply to the charge of denying the three that bear record in heaven, the divinity and atonement of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, and the authenticity and divine authority of the Holy Scriptures, recently revived against the early Quakers,

Publisher: Philadelphia : [publisher not identified], 1825.
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Defence of the Christian doctrines of the Society of Friends.
Philadelphia, 1825
(OCoLC)610551099
Named Person: Elias Hicks; William Penn; Elias Hicks
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 1304560
Notes: " In two parts. The first part containing a refutation of a pamphlet lately published, entitled 'The Sandy Foundation Shaken, &c. to which are added, Extracts from the writings of divers of our primitive Friends on the Divinity of Christ, Atonement, the Scriptures, &c.;' in which the compilers' mutilations and perversions of the language and meaning of the authors whom they quote, are detected and exposed. Part second, consisting of extracts from the writings of Fox, Penn, Barclay, Pennington, Whitehead, Claridge and others, showing the consistency of their belief with the doctrines of Holy Scripture."
Includes errata and index.
Description: 359 pages ; 22 cm
Responsibility: by the followers of Elias Hicks.

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