|Author:||Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689.|
|Title:||The Quakers wilde questions objected against the ministers of the Gospel, and many sacred acts and offices of religion.: With brief answers thereunto. Together with a discourse [brace] 1. Of the Holy Spirit of God, his impressions and workings on the souls of men. 2. Of divine revelation, mediate and immediate. 3. Of error, heresie, and schism: the nature, kindes, causes, reasons, and dangers thereof: with directions for avoiding the same. All very seasonable for these times. / By R. Sherlock, B D. at Borwick-Hal in Lancashire.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The Quakers wilde questions objected against the ministers of the Gospel, and many sacred acts and offices of religion.: With brief answers thereunto. Together with a discourse [brace] 1. Of the Holy Spirit of God, his impressions and workings on the souls of men. 2. Of divine revelation, mediate and immediate. 3. Of error, heresie, and schism: the nature, kindes, causes, reasons, and dangers thereof: with directions for avoiding the same. All very seasonable for these times. / By R. Sherlock, B D. at Borwick-Hal in Lancashire.
Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689.
London: Printed by E. Cotes for R. Royston at the Angel in Ivie-Lane, 1656 [i.e. 1655]
Society of Friends
To the Honourable Sir Robert Bindlosse, Baronet.
The Table of Contents.
The Quakers wilde Questions.
THE QƲAKERS several Questions: WITH The Answers Returned.
To the truly vertuous The Lady Rebecca Bindlosse.
The Introduction and general Heads of the ensuing Discourse.
CHAP. I. Of the Person of the Holy Ghost in himself.
CHAP. II. Of the workings of the holy Spirit upon the mindes of men.
CHAP. III. Of the Graces of the holy Spirit.
CHAP. IV. Of the Gifts of the holy Spirit.
CHAP. V. Of the Gift, and calling of the Ministry.
CHAP. VI. Of ministerial Gifts; ordinary and extraordinary.
CHAP. VII. Of those operations and impressions that are opposite to the Spirit of Truth.
CHAP. VIII. Of the Spirit of Man; and the Spirit of the World.
CHAP. IX. Of the Tryal of Spirits.
CHAP. X. Of the means to obtain the true Spirit of God.
The Introduction and general Heads.
CHAP. I. Of divine Revelation from Adam unto Christ.
CHAP. II. Of the several manners of extraordinary and more im∣mediate Revelation.
CHAP. III. Of an extasie, natural and supernatural, and the diffe∣rence between Divine Extasies of old, and Diabolical Entrancings, and Inspirations.
CHAP. IV. Of the ordinary waies of Divine Revelation before Christ.
CHAP. V. Of their Schooles of the Prophets.
CHAP. VI. Of being called Master.
CHAP. VII. That all Revelation is compleated in Christ and his Apostles.
CHAP. VIII. Of the necessity of learning as to the understanding of Gods revealed will in his word.
CHAP. IX. Some vulgar Objections against Vniversities, and hu∣mane learning considered.
CHAP. X. The several parts of Learning required to the under∣standing of the holy Scriptures.
CHAP. XI. Of the Analogie of faith: and the Doctrine of the Church.
CHAP. XII. Three inferences hence appliable to the general subject of the whole discourse.
CHAP. XIII. The internal and divine qualifications of the soul, as to the understanding of holy Scriptures.
CHAP. XIV. The objection from the misdemeanors of the Ministry considered.
CHAP. XV. The dangerous and destructive consequences of, and de∣pending upon immediate Revelation.
CHAP. XVI. Several texts alledged against humane Learning, and against the Ministery, and for immediate Bevelation, explained.
The Ground, and general Heads of the ensuing Discourse.
CHAP. I. Of Error in general.
CHAP. II. Heresie: the nature and ingredients thereof.
CHAP. IV. Of Schisme, the nature and kindes thereof.
CHAP. IV. That Heresie and Schism, are the mutual causes each of other.
CHAP. V. Of the causes of Heresie, and Schism: and the manners of Heretiques.
CHAP. VI. The ends why God permits Heresies and Schismes.
CHAP. VII. Of the danger of Heresie and Shism.
CHAP. VIII. Rules and directions for the avoiding of Errors in Religion.
A Catalogue of some Books printed for Rich. Royston at the Angel in Ivie-lane, London, and some formerly Printed at OXFORD.