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Author: Tillam, Thomas.
Title: The fourth principle of Christian religion: or, the foundation doctrine of laying on of hands.: Asserted and vindicated by way of answer to such arguments as by Lieutenant Colonel Paul Hobson have been presented against this Gospel ordinance. Affectionately tendred to such enquiring souls as are desirous throughly to forsake Babylon notion an humane tradition, and by universall obedience to follow the lamb in all his righteous appointments. / By Tho. Tillam a minister of Jesus Christ.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The fourth principle of Christian religion: or, the foundation doctrine of laying on of hands.: Asserted and vindicated by way of answer to such arguments as by Lieutenant Colonel Paul Hobson have been presented against this Gospel ordinance. Affectionately tendred to such enquiring souls as are desirous throughly to forsake Babylon notion an humane tradition, and by universall obedience to follow the lamb in all his righteous appointments. / By Tho. Tillam a minister of Jesus Christ.
Tillam, Thomas.

London: Printed by E.C. for Henry Eversden, and are to be sold by William Hucheson of Durham, M.DC.LV. [1655]
Subject terms:
Spiritual healing -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A94351.0001.001

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To all the espoused Virgins of the Prince of Peace, whether Persons or Churches, with such pretious panting Spirits as are breathing after his Divine embraces.
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This Question it seems was propoun∣ded to the Gent.
The Fourth Principle OF CHRISTIAN RELIGION: OR, The FOUNDATION DOCTRINE OF Laying on of Hands. Asserted and Vindicated by way of Answer to these Arguments.
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