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Author: Comber, Thomas, 1645-1699.
Title: Christianity no enthusiasm, or, The several kinds of inspirations and revelations pretended to by the Quakers tried and found destructive to Holy Scripture and true religion : in answer to Thomas Ellwood's defence thereof, in his tract, miscalled Truth prevailing, &c.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Christianity no enthusiasm, or, The several kinds of inspirations and revelations pretended to by the Quakers tried and found destructive to Holy Scripture and true religion : in answer to Thomas Ellwood's defence thereof, in his tract, miscalled Truth prevailing, &c.
Comber, Thomas, 1645-1699.

London: Printed by T.D. for Henry Brome ..., 1678.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Attributed to Thomas Comber. cf. NUC pre-1956.
Table of contents: p. [37]-[38] and [2]-[7] at end.
Errata: p. [38]
Subject terms:
Ellwood, Thomas, -- 1639-1713. -- Truth prevailing and detecting error.
Society of Friends -- Controversial literature.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A34044.0001.001

Contents
title page
imprimatur
The Epistle To the READER.
table of contents
The Author living at a great Distance, these Errata's have escap't, which the Reader is desired to mend with his Pen
CHRISTIANITY NO Enthusiasm.
The Introduction.
CHAP. I. The state of the Case, and the manner of proceeding.
CHAP. II. How the Apostles came to the Knowledge of the Gospel.
CHAP. III. Whether Quakers be the Apo∣stles Successors, and receive the Gospel in the same man∣ner as the Apostles did.
CHAP. IV. Concerning their Renewed or Repeated Revelations.
CHAP. V. Concerning their Immediate Revelations.
CHAP. VI. Concerning their Partners and Competitours in Revela∣tion.
CHAP. VII. Concerning their own contra∣dictory, different and design∣ed Revelations.
CHAP. VIII. Concerning their Expository Revelations.
CHAP. IX. Of their Demonstration of the Spirit, and new Dispensa∣tion.
CHAP. X. Concerning their Experien∣ces.
CHAP. XI. How the Primitive Christi∣ans came to the knowledge of the Gospel.
CHAP. XII. Of their hearing the Voice of God, and some other Claims.
CHAP. XIII. Of the Texts of Scripture Produced by him.
CHAP. XIV. That Thomas Ellwoods ways of Expounding do destroy the Scripture.
The Conclusion.
There having been in the Preceeding Discourse Refe∣rence sometimes made to the Quakers Testimony or Constitutions, and those being Destructive both of the Light in each man, and of Thomas Ellwood's, Immediate Re∣velation in each Believer, they are here verbatim, Presented.
The Summ of the Particulars handled in the preceeding Treatise.