Unrighteousness no plea for truth, nor ignorance a lover of it

Publication Date1659
RemainderBeing an answer to a book called A plea for truth, in love to truth, subscribed by James Pope, wherein is contained his answer to several queries (sent to him by Thomas White) which are tried and found unsatisfactory, and James Popes Ten queries to the people (called) Quakers fully answered. Also the doctrine and practise of the people (called Baptists) examined and weighed (in the true ballance) and found too light, with a full discussion of their principles, and particularly their ordinances o breaking bread and water-baptism, &c. With some queries to all the people called Baptists (wheresoever they are to be found) for them to answer in truth and righteousnesse, and in Gods fear. By a true lover of all their souls and eternal welfare. John Crook
Extent[4], 56 p.
PublisherPrinted for Tho. Simmons at the Bull & Mouth near Aldersgate


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