|Author:||Holland, John, porter.|
|Title:||The smoke of the bottomlesse pit. Or, A more true and fuller discovery of the doctrine of those men which call themselves Ranters:: or, the Mad Crew. / By John Holland porter, an eye and ear witnesse. Licensed and entred according to order.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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The smoke of the bottomlesse pit. Or, A more true and fuller discovery of the doctrine of those men which call themselves Ranters:: or, the Mad Crew. / By John Holland porter, an eye and ear witnesse. Licensed and entred according to order.
Holland, John, porter.
London: Printed for John Wright, at the Kings Head in the Old-Baylie, 1651.
The Doctrine of the RANTERS, viz.
A word to the Christian READER.
The doctrine of the RANTERS.
First concerning GOD.
Secondly concerning Christ.
Thirdly, concerning the Spirit.
Fourthly, concerning the Scriptures.
Fifthly, concerning the Creation.
Sixthly, concerning marriage.
Seventhly, concerning the Commandements of God.
Eightly, concerning Ordinances.
Ninthly, concerning sinne.
Tenthly, concerning man.
Eleventh, concerning the Devill.
Twelfth, concerning heaven and earth.
Thirteenth, concerning death and resurrection.
Fourteenth, concerning the last Judgement.