|Author:||Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722.|
|Title:||The snake in the grass: or, Satan transform'd into an angel of light. Discovering the deep and unsuspected subtilty which is couched under the pretended simplicity of many of the principal leaders of those people call'd Quakers.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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The snake in the grass: or, Satan transform'd into an angel of light. Discovering the deep and unsuspected subtilty which is couched under the pretended simplicity of many of the principal leaders of those people call'd Quakers.
Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722.
London: printed for Charles Brome, at the Gun at the west end of St. Paul's, 1696.
|Alternate titles:||Snake in the grass Satan transform'd into an angel of light.|
Anonymous. By Charles Leslie. .
Page 352 of Roman numeral sequence misnumbered 342.
Reproduction of the original in the Harvard University Library.
Quakers -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Society of Friends -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
An ADVERTISEMENT to the Reader.
table of contents
In the Second Part.
THE SNAKE in the Grass, OR, SATAN Transform'd into An Angel of Light.
SECT. II. As to Their Principle against using the Carnal Weapon, or Force of Arms.
SECT. III. That the Popish Emissaries first set up Quakerism in England.
SECT. IV. Their Damning all the World, but themselves, since the days of the Apostles.
SECT. V. The Watchful and Proud Spirit of the Quakers.
SECT. VI, Of the Quakers aspiring to an Equa∣lity with God.
SECT. VII. Of the Quakers making their Soul of the same Person and Substance with God.
SECT. VIII. Of the Quakers pretence to a sinless Perfection.
SECT. IX. Concerning the Quakers pretence to Immediate Revelation, Equal to what was given to the Pen-Men of the Holy Scriptures.
SECT. X. Concerning the Quakers Infalli∣bility.
SECT. XI. Concerning the Authority of the Ho∣ly Scriptures.
SECT. XII. Concerning the Light within. VVherein of the Quaker Idola∣try.
SECT. XIII. Of the Resurrection of the Body.
SECT. XIV. Of the Sacraments.
SECT. XV. Concerning the Satisfaction of Christ.
SECT. XVI. Concerning the Holy Trinity.
SECT. XVII. Concerning the Divinity and Incar∣nation of Christ.
SECT. XVIII. Some Remarks upon George White∣head's Creed, Relating to some of the Particulars before-going