No seventh-day-sabbath commanded by Jesus Christ in the New-Testament

Publication Date1663
RemainderWherein is shewed, I. The authors coming to own it, with his satisfaction to the contrary. II. His grounds and reasons in opposition to it. III. An account of several disputations concerning it. As also an answer to several queries, presented to the author by Robert Turner, pastor of the Sabbath-People at Bledlo and Charly-Wood; with an account of the reasons why he believes it is lawful to work upon it. All which is insisted upon in seven particulars. With an appendix concerning Christs mediatorship. Written by a mean and unworthy servant of Jesus Christ, William Russel, of Chesham in the county of Bucks. There is also annexed at the end thereof, an excellent piece about the same subject, which was taken out of an ancient copy in Wales, written by Dr. Francis White, and transcribed by W. Reinols, and now published by S. T. wherein is plainly discussed, and clearly opened the nature and quality of moral precepts; with the distinction betwixt precepts purely moral, and meerly positive; with an application thereof to the fourth commandment
Extent59, [1] p.
Publisherprinted for the author, and are to be sold by John Price, at the sign of the Swan in Norton-Folgate



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