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Author: Pryor, William.
Title: The poor mans progress and rest, or, the way of God with man passing through the wildernesse to Canaan. In answer to a grand question demanded of the author whilst a prisioner in Jameses. Viz. What the manner of Gods dealing was with him in the severall dispensations that he had gone through; and also the ground of his practise, directed to one of the councel. And now published for the prevention of false suggestions against the said prisioner during his captivity. Wherein is clearly demonstrated, first, the false foundations that many thousands in this generation [ ] upon. Secondly, what the true foundation is with the ill consequences and absurditees of the contrary. Thirdly, the infallability of the this true foundation. Fourthly, the difference between living to Christ and living by him. ... Tenthly, some reasons to induce submission to imposition of hands. All made plain by scripture reason and experience. By William Pryer, a poor despised servant of Jesus, ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The poor mans progress and rest, or, the way of God with man passing through the wildernesse to Canaan. In answer to a grand question demanded of the author whilst a prisioner in Jameses. Viz. What the manner of Gods dealing was with him in the severall dispensations that he had gone through; and also the ground of his practise, directed to one of the councel. And now published for the prevention of false suggestions against the said prisioner during his captivity. Wherein is clearly demonstrated, first, the false foundations that many thousands in this generation [ ] upon. Secondly, what the true foundation is with the ill consequences and absurditees of the contrary. Thirdly, the infallability of the this true foundation. Fourthly, the difference between living to Christ and living by him. ... Tenthly, some reasons to induce submission to imposition of hands. All made plain by scripture reason and experience. By William Pryer, a poor despised servant of Jesus, ...
Pryor, William.

[London]: Printed for the authour, 1665.
Alternate titles: Poor mans progress and rest Way of God with man passing through the wildernesse to Canaan.
Notes:
Place of publication from Wing.
Title page severly stained affecting legibility.
Reproduction of the original at the Harvard University Library.
Subject terms:
Christian literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A56233.0001.001

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To the Reader.
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