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Author: Naylor, James, 1617?-1660.
Title: A publike discovery, of the open blindness of Babels builders, and their confused language, who have been building without, till they deny faith, knowledge and the Gospel light within, the law of the new covenant, and matter of the new creature.: Plainly laid open in an answer to a book intituled A publike discovery of a secret deceipt, subscribed John Deacon, in behalf of some who pretend a call to the ministry. Wherein their first queries their replyes; their answers to my queries, and their last queries is answered, and their whole work laid open, and the end thereof with queries sent back, by them to be answered, that their boasting spirit may be farther revealed, & its blindness. Here is also some of their confusions taken out of the heap, and set by themselves to be seen, how they will stand in the eye of truth, where but the least measure of God is known. / By an enemy to deceit, but a friend to the creation, called James Naylor.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A publike discovery, of the open blindness of Babels builders, and their confused language, who have been building without, till they deny faith, knowledge and the Gospel light within, the law of the new covenant, and matter of the new creature.: Plainly laid open in an answer to a book intituled A publike discovery of a secret deceipt, subscribed John Deacon, in behalf of some who pretend a call to the ministry. Wherein their first queries their replyes; their answers to my queries, and their last queries is answered, and their whole work laid open, and the end thereof with queries sent back, by them to be answered, that their boasting spirit may be farther revealed, & its blindness. Here is also some of their confusions taken out of the heap, and set by themselves to be seen, how they will stand in the eye of truth, where but the least measure of God is known. / By an enemy to deceit, but a friend to the creation, called James Naylor.
Naylor, James, 1617?-1660.

London: Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black Spread-Eagle neer the west end of Pauls, 1656.
Subject terms:
Society of Friends
Deacon, John, -- 17th cent. -- Publick discovery of a secret deceit
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89845.0001.001

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An Answer to several Replies, An∣swers and Queries, subscribed JOHN DEACON.
Reply to the pretended Answers sub∣scribed John Deacon, unto four∣teen Queries put forth by James Naylor.
Now to the rabble of the confused Queres, take an Answer thus.
And seeing you are telling of Paradise, of the fall of man▪ and the Law written in his heart, and many such things your curious mind runs into, give an Answer in plainness to these Queries, so shall we make farther publique proof of what you have learned, and of whom, whether of Christ or of the Serpent, which you call Christ.