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Author: Gibson, William, 1629-1684.
Title: A general epistle given forth in obedience to the God of peace. [part 1] for the preservation and increase of charity and unity amongst the professors of Christ Jesus, and the teachings of his divine light within / by ... William Gibson.
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Print source: A general epistle given forth in obedience to the God of peace. [part 1] for the preservation and increase of charity and unity amongst the professors of Christ Jesus, and the teachings of his divine light within / by ... William Gibson.
Gibson, William, 1629-1684.

London: Printed, and sold by John Bringhurst ..., 1682.
Subject terms:
Society of Friends -- Doctrines.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A42679.0001.001
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Contents
title page
complete errata
publisher's note
ERRATA.
First PART.
Second PART.
part
publisher's note
THE CONTENTS.
introduction
A General Epistle TO FRIENDS, &c.
Concerning good Conscience.
Concerning evil Conscience.
Concerning them that are weak in the Faith.
Concerning Days.
Something concerning Christian Order, or, Order in the Church of Christ.
Something more Concerning the order of the works of God in Heaven and Earth, and particularly in his Peo∣ple.
Something more particularly concerning the Order of Christ in his Church.
Concerning the form of the Apostles Doctrine, &c.
Concerning the Commands of the Apo∣stles of Christ, whih they gave not of Themselves, or by their own Pow∣er; but by and in His Power, Wis∣dom, Strength, and Authority; for they were His Ambassadors, over them He Reigned, in them He spake, and gave Commands; who is Head of His Church, and One in the Male and Female.
Concerning the Honour which God gives unto his People, &c.
Concerning Rule and Government in the Church of Christ.
Concerning the Living Faith, with its fruits and works.
Something concerning Self Separation.