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Author: Saunders, Richard, d. 1692.
Title: A balm to heal religions wounds: applied in a serious advice to sober-minded Christians that love the truth, and are well-wishers to reformation : in answer to The pulpit guard routed, lately set forth by one Thomas Collier ... / by Richard Saunders ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A balm to heal religions wounds: applied in a serious advice to sober-minded Christians that love the truth, and are well-wishers to reformation : in answer to The pulpit guard routed, lately set forth by one Thomas Collier ... / by Richard Saunders ...
Saunders, Richard, d. 1692.

London: Printed by M. Simmons for William Adderton, and are to be sold at his shop ..., 1652.
Subject terms:
Collier, Thomas. -- Pulpit guard routed.
Church of England -- Apologetic works.
Pulpit guard routed.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A94219.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the VVorshipfull JOHN TYRLING, Esquire, One of the Justices of the Peace for the County of Devon, my Dear Uncle.
To the READER.
A BALME To Heale Religions Wounds: In answer to the Pulpit-Guard Routed.
The Proeme shewing the grounds of writing this Treatise.
Five serious Questions to be debated by modest Christians, in order to the discovery of the ge∣nius, and scope of the PULPIT GUARD ROUTED.
His First Error.
His Second Errour.
His third Error.
His Fourth Error.
His Fifth Errour.
His Sixth Error.
Severall Scriptures opened and cleared from giving any countenance to that Babell and confusion pleaded for, by the P. G. Routed.
That the gift of Prophecy which we read of in first times of the Gospel Church, was extraordinary, and not as the P. G. Routed, sayes, proper to all the Saints.
Same additionall Arguments, proving that all Gifted Brethren may not Preach, viz. as Gifted Brethren, not being appointed unto the Office, &c.
The First Argument.
The Second Argument.
The Third Argument.
The Fourth Argument.
His Seventh Error.
Some SCRIPTURES and Scripture-Expressions, a good account of which cannot be given, without the help of Humane Learning.
His Eighth Error.
The First Argument.
The Second Argument.
The Third Argument.
The Fourth Argument.
The Fifth Argument.
The Sixth Argument.
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