An apostate exposed: or, George Keith contradicting himself and his brother Bradford, wherein their testimony to the Christian faith of the people called Quakers, is opposed to G.K.'s late pamphlet, stiled, Gross error and hypocrisie detected
T. Sowle, near the meeting-house in White-Hart-Court in Grace-Church-street, 1695 - Society of Friends - 29 pages
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Page 17 - For as we believe all those things to have been certainly transacted, which are recorded in the holy Scriptures concerning the birth, life, miracles, sufferings, resurrection and ascension of Christ ; so we do also believe that it is the duty of every one to believe it to whom it pleases God to reveal the same, and to bring to them the knowledge of it; yea we believe it were damnable unbelief not to believe it, when so declared...
Page 17 - We do not hereby intend, any ways, to lessen or derogate from the atonement and sacrifice of Jesus Christ ; but, on the contrary, do magnify and exalt it. For as we believe all those things to have -been certainly transacted, which are recorded in the Holy Scriptures, concerning the birth, life, miracles, sufferings, resurrection, and ascension of Christ; so we do also believe, that it is the duty of every one to believe it, to whom it pleases God to reveal the same, and to bring to them the knowledge...