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Quakerism not Christianity: or, Reasons for renouncing the doctrine of Friends.

Author: Samuel H Cox
Publisher: New York, Printed by D. Fanshaw, 1833.
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Cox, Samuel H. (Samuel Hanson), 1793-1880.
Quakerism not Christianity: or.
New York, Printed by D. Fanshaw, 1833
(OCoLC)656589338
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel H Cox
OCLC Number: 1291932
Description: 686 pages 22 cm
Contents: I. Addresses to certain ministers of the gospel --
Their probable estimate of Quakerism --
Sentiments of Dr. Alexander --
Friends a society, not a church --
The author's conversion --
Reluctance to leave Friends --
Visit to Elias Hicks --
"Dealings" at Philadelphia --
Decision to profess Christianity --
Dedication to the ministry --
Disownment by Friends --
Style of this work --
Barclay, the greatest author of Friends --
Logic --
Friends averse to classical learning --
Uncharitableness --
Schism in the body --
Believing what we cannot understand --
Distinction between the mode and the fact --
George Fox --
Mystery --
I Tim. 3:16 --
Which party are primitive Friends --
Journal of George Fox --
His miracle --
APostates --
Rom. 9:1-3 --
Motives of the author --
Predicament of a censurer --
Sophisms of Friends --
The apostles --
I Tim. 5:24, 25 --
Inspired interpretation --
Heb. 2:9 --
I Cor. 15:22 --
The resurrection of the body --
Education of Friends --
Their excellences --
Harshness --
Sincerity --
Sentiments of Dr. Miller --
Priest-craft --
Confidence --
Irreligious sages --
Changing one's religion --
Union of the evangelical ministry --
Sectarianism --
Orthodoxy not illiberal --
Success --
a criterion --
Forbearance and evidence --
Quotation from Dr. Woods --
Quotation from Dr. Beecher --
Quakerism, a synopsis --
Infidels prefer Quakerism --
Trinity --
War --
Washington's opinion --
THe pacification of the world --
Conclusion II. Mottoes --
Principles --
Quotation from Dr. Fitch --
Positions of truth --
Title of this work, what it means --
Definition of Christianity --
Radicalism and innovation --
Inward light, the grand error --
Incapable of definition --
Conscience all the thing at which they blinding aim --
The Spirit --
I John 4:1-8 --
Confession of Friends --
Scriptures superfluous --
Different modes of getting rid of them --
Inward-light patriotism --
Rom 8:14 --
Inspired actions --
They make God himself to be --
a rule of action --
All they truly know comes from the Bible --
Inward light among the heathen --
ANecdote --
No salvation but that of Christ --
Practice of the apostles --
Their preaching --
Influences of the Spirit --
Views as Friends --
Quakerism chance-begotten --
The catholic view not those of Friends --
Texts not int he Bible --
"Winked at" --
Dr. Waugh, anecdote --
Sin of perverting the gospel --
The scripture vainly quoted to support their views --
Barclay's great proof-texts examined --
Gen 6:3 --
Antediluvians --
Facilities of tradition --
Rom 10:8 --
The word of God --
Justification --
Barclay's view --
John 1:9 --
Mistakes of inspiration --
Tit. 2:11 --
I Cor. 12:7 --
Plenary inspiration of Fox --
Peculiar testimonies --
Isa. 28:16 --
Isa. 30:21, the inward teacher --
2 Pet. 1:19 --
Fox in Nottingham steeple-house --
Naked 'for a sign;" note 55 --
Friend Bevan --
Catacombs of Paris --
Sentiments of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian church --
What saith the scripture --
Quotation from Bishop M'Hvaine's evidences --
Quotation from Josephus --
Isa. 8:19-22 --
Accountability --
Barclay's vitiation of 2 Tim. 3:14-17 --
Sealing of the canon --
Good things in the theatre --
Conclusion III. Mottoes --
A sacrament --
Baptism --
Apostolic practice --
I Pet. 3:21 --
I Cor. 1:14-17 --
Lay baptism --
Matt. 3:13-15 --
Subjects and mode --
Eph. 4:5 --
In the name of --
The Lord's supper --
Friends' view --
I Cor. 11:17-34 --
2 Cor. 5:18-21 --
'Friends,' three etc. --
Cardinal's hat --
Beauties of nature --
Restraint --
Quakerism waning and to wane --
Col. 2:20-23 --
The Christin ministry --
Life-devotement --
How Barclay was converted --
A call to the ministry --
Temporal support --
Matt.10:8 --
Example of Paul --
Anecdote --
Very ancient Friends --
The first gratis preacher --
Value of the ministry --
Female preachers --
The rule --
Their prohibition not partial, local, or temporary --
The proper sphere of female usefulness --
Saying of Dr. Mason --
The Bible commended to Christians --
Conclusion.
Other Titles: Reasons for renouncing the doctrine of Friends.
Responsibility: In three parts. By Samuel Hanson Cox ...

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