A Confutation of Quakerism, Or a Plain Proof of the Falshood of What the Principal Quaker Writers (Especially Mr. R. Barclay in His Apology and Other Works) Do Teach: Concerning the Necessity of Immediate Revelation in Order to a Saving Christian Faith; T

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Wherefore it cannot now he pretended, that the 'dtfioutes hetween our Selves and the Quakers are too mean for our ahleft' Champions to engage in. They have heen managed on the Qiakerfide hr 'very jhrewd Teflons; and I may add, with great flex tert/y. Hl/hy then jhould they he defpifed hy thofe ameng/i our [elves, to whom God has given the greate/l lihzlities Certainly the Talents where with they are intro/ted, ought to he carefully imp/eyed, when/oefver occa fion ofiiers, in the Vindication ofour Holy Religion, and for the Benefit of deluded Souls.

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