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Author: Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679.
Title: A question to the professors of Christianity, whether they have the true, living, powerful saving knowledge of Christ or no? with some queries concerning Christ, and his appearances, his taking upon him our flesh : as also concerning his flesh and blood, and our being formed thereof, and feeding thereon, and an incitation to professors seriously to consider, whether they or we fail, in the true acknowledgment and owning of the Christ which died at Jerusalem : likewise some propositions and considerations concerning the nature of church-worships and ordinances, since the death of the apostles, for the sake of simplicity, which hath been long held captive therein : with the sounding of bowels towards thee, O England : also a faithful guidance to the principle and path of truth, with some sensible experimental questions and answers from the tenth chapter of John / by Isaac Penington ...
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679.

London: [s.n.], 1667.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Duke University Library.
Subject terms:
Jesus Christ.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A54048.0001.001

Contents
title page
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THE PREFACE.
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A Question to the Professors of Christianity; Whether they have the true, living, powerful, saving Knowledge of Christ, or no?
A POST-SCRIPT to the Profes∣sors of Christianity.
Some QUERIES concerning Christ, and his Ap∣pearances; his taking upon him our flesh: As also concerning his flesh and blood, and our being formed thereof, and feeding thereon.
An Incitation to Professors seriously to consider, Whe∣ther they or we fail, in the true acknowledgment and owning of the Christ which died at Jerusalem.
Some Propositions and Considerations concerning the nature of Church-Worships and Ordinances, since the dayes of the Apostles, for the sake of the Sim∣plicity, which hath been long held captive therein.
The Sounding of Bowels towards thee, O ENGLAND.
A faithful Guidance to the Principle and Path of Truth, wherein eternal Life is witnessed, by those who are born thereof, and walk therein.
Some sensible experimental Questions and Answers from the tenth Chap∣ter of John.
The Conclusion.