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Author: Norton, John, 1606-1663.
Title: The heart of N-England rent at the blasphemies of the present generation. Or A brief tractate, concerning the doctrine of the Quakers,: demonstrating the destructive nature thereof, to religion, the churches, and the state, with consideration of the remedy against it. : Occasional satisfaction to objections, and confirmation of the contrary trueth. / By John Norton ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The heart of N-England rent at the blasphemies of the present generation. Or A brief tractate, concerning the doctrine of the Quakers,: demonstrating the destructive nature thereof, to religion, the churches, and the state, with consideration of the remedy against it. : Occasional satisfaction to objections, and confirmation of the contrary trueth. / By John Norton ...
Norton, John, 1606-1663.

[Cambridge]: Printed by Samuel Green, at Cambridg in New-England, 1659.
Subject terms:
Society of Friends -- Doctrines.
Society of Friends
Quakers -- New England.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89735.0001.001

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CHAP: 1. The Original of the Doctrine of the Quakers. With some of their principal Heterodoxies. A brief Demonstration of three distinct Persons, in the Divine Essence. Satisfaction to some Objections. And a Vindication of some Scriptures.
The tenets of the Enthusiasts, & Libertines, concerning the same heads of Religion. The Enthusiasts began about 1521. The Libertines in Calvin's time, both Sects vexed the Church and State many yeares.
The tenets of the Quakers concerning the same heads of Religion.
Concerning three distinct Persons in the divine Essence.
Concerning satisfaction to some Objections.
Concerning the Vindication of some Scriptures.
CHAP. 2. Of the Signal Nature of the Quakers, and other false Teachers, arising, and prevailing among the people of God.
CHAP: 3. Of the destructivenes of the Doctrine, and Practice of the Quakers; Ʋnto Religion, the Churches of Christ, and Christian States.
Fundamentals in Religion are so denominated.
Their Opposition to Civil Order, is thus evinced.
CHAP: 4. Of the Remedy against Heretical doctrines, and in particular, against the doctrine of the Quakers.
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