The examiner, or Gilbert against Tennent

Publication Date1743
RemainderContaining a confutation of the Reverend Mr. Gilbert Tennent and his adherents: extracted chiefly from his own writings, and formed upon his own plan of comparing the Moravian principles, with the standard of orthodoxy, in distinct columns. Together with some strictures on the preface to the Rev. Mr. Tennent's Five sermons and appendix lately published, and subscribed by six reverend ministers of Boston. The whole being an essay towards answering three important queries, viz. 1. What is truth in the present religiou commotions in this land? 2. What is the shortest method of finding the whole truth? 3. Whether such as are given to change, ought not in conscience to make their publick retractations, according to St. Austin? The whole essay is submitted to the judgment of common sense. By Philalethes. [Five line of Scripture texts]
PublisherPrinted for S. Eliot, in Cornhill



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