|Author:||Miller, Joshua, 17th cent.|
|Title:||Antichrist in man the Quakers Idol. Or a faithfull discovery of their ways and opinions by an eye and ear-witness thereof.: Together with an answer and confutation of some dangerous and damnable doctrines justified, in a paper sent by them unto me: as also one of them taken with a lie in his mouth before the magistrates. / By Joshuah Miller, a servant of Christ in the work of the Gospel.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Antichrist in man the Quakers Idol. Or a faithfull discovery of their ways and opinions by an eye and ear-witness thereof.: Together with an answer and confutation of some dangerous and damnable doctrines justified, in a paper sent by them unto me: as also one of them taken with a lie in his mouth before the magistrates. / By Joshuah Miller, a servant of Christ in the work of the Gospel.
Miller, Joshua, 17th cent.
London: Printed by J. Macock, for L. Lloyd, and are to be sold at his shop, at the sign of the Castle in Corn-hil, 1655 [i.e. 1656]
Society of Friends
To all that beleeve Salvation and Justification by the death and resurrection of Christ, which he in his own person performed, as a full satisfaction for all their sins, past, present, and to come; especially to the real Beleevers in the County of Glamorgan.
ANTICHRIST in MAN, THE Quakers Idol.
A Confutation of some most dangerous and damnable opinions, held forth and maintained in a Paper sent me from the Quakers, on the 16 day of Octob. 1655. signed in the names of Francis Gauler, Iohn Mayo, Mary Erberry.
1. THat which thou callest errour, that the light which God hath given to every one that comes into the World, is sufficient to Salvation without the help of any other means or discovery.
I come now to the second That the Scriptures are not the word and mind of God to us; but the conditions of them that spake them forth.
That spirits are not to be tried by Scriptures.
The fourth Errour they seem to own, is that there ought to be no sence, meaning, nor expounding the Scripture to the people.
5. That which thou callest errour that we are not justified by faith upon Christs death and resurrection, in what Christ hath purchased for us, but by what Christ doth in us.
To the sixth opinion, that Christ ascended not to Heaven with the same body he had on earth, though glorified.