|Author:||Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580?|
|Title:||Terra pacis a true testification of the spiritual land of peace, which is the spiritual land of promise, and the holy city of peace, or the heavenly city of Jerusalem, and of the walking in the spirit, which leadeth thereunto / set forth by H.N. and by him newly perused and more plainly declared ; translated out of Base-Almaine.|
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Terra pacis a true testification of the spiritual land of peace, which is the spiritual land of promise, and the holy city of peace, or the heavenly city of Jerusalem, and of the walking in the spirit, which leadeth thereunto / set forth by H.N. and by him newly perused and more plainly declared ; translated out of Base-Almaine.
Niclaes, Hendrik, 1502?-1580?
London: Printed for Samuel Satterthwaite ..., 1649.
|Alternate titles:||Terra pacis. English|
Written by Hendrick Niclaes. Cf. BM.
Caption and running title: The spiritual land of peace.
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
Familists -- Early works to 1800.
THE PREFACE of H. N. To the Spiritual Land of PEACE.
THE Spiritual Land OF PEACE.
CHAP. XLVII. In these Chapters following, there are re∣cited certain benefits shewed on the man, through the Service of the Love of Je∣sus Christ; with also a lamentable com∣plaint over the blindnesse of the people, and over certain good thinking wise, and Scripture-learned ones, and likewise how grossely they have over-reached them∣selves, or failed in their giving of judg∣ment over the spirituall and heavenly things, with more other notable Declara∣tions, and good Instructions.