The capital principles of the people called Quakers discovered and stated out of their own writings both as to what they own, and also as to what they disown. All weighed in the ballance, and found to repugne the scriptures of truth, and to be an eversion of the doctrine of Christ and his blessed apostles; who walked in his steps, and were as so many oracles discovering his secrets, according to Coloss.1.25, 26. whose faith and doctrine we ought to follow, Heb.6.12. and whatever is found contrary thereunto, to withstand and contend against, Jude 3. By William Burnet, a lover of truth and peace

William Burnet London : , printed in the year 1668

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