The Anarchy of the Ranters, Robert Barclay: Table
THE ANARCHY OF THE RANTERS,
AND OTHER LIBERTINES,
THE HIERARCHY OF THE ROMANISTS,
AND OTHER PRETENDED CHURCHS,
EQUALLY REFUSED AND REFUTED, IN A TWO-FOLD APOLOGY,
FOR THE CHURCH AND PEOPLE OF GOD, CALLED,
IN DERISION, QUAKERS:
THEY ARE VINDI-
CATED FROM THOSE THAT
ACCUSE THEM OF DISORDER AND
CONFUSION ON THE ONE HAND, AND
FROM SUCH AS CALUMNIATE THEM WITH TYRANNY
AND IMPOSITION ON THE OTHER: SHOWING,THAT AS THE
TRUE AND PURE PRINCIPLES OF THE GOSPEL ARE RESTORED BY
THEIR TESTIMONY; SO IS ALSO THE ANCIENT AND APOSTOLIC ORDER OF
THE CHURCH OF CHRIST RE-ESTABLISHED AMONG THEM, AND SETTLED
UPON ITS RIGHT BASIS AND FOUNDATION.
Phil. 11. 3. "Let nothing be done through strife and vain glory: but
in lowliness of mind let each esteem another better than themselves."
Heb. xiii. 7. "Remember them that have the rule over you, who spoke
unto you the word of God, whose faith follow."
TABLE OF CONTENTS
In: Bancroft, Joseph, ed. A Persuasive To Unity, Setting Forth The
Ground Of That Source Of Comfort: In Which Ground Of A Clean Heart And
A Right Spirit, Men May Grow In Good And Firmly Support Each Other As Living
Stones In The Temple Of God. Philadelphia: Thomas William Stuckley,
No. 57 North Seventh Street, 1879. (Volume once owned by Samuel J. Levick.)
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