Many strong reasons confounded, which would hinder any reasonable man from being a Quaker

Publication Date1657
Remainderand offences taken out of the way. But particularly, foure and twenty arguments overturned and confuted; put forth and sent into the world by Richard Baxter, a professed minister; but a frequent contender against the wayes of God: and this is an answer to a sheet of his cryed up and down the streets in London as some excellent piece: but is proved to be full of lies, slanders and false reproaches against an innocent people; and this is sent forth in the pursuit thereof, that people may not be deceived with every lying monster vvhich is brought forrh [sic] to publike view; but first let all things be tryed, and onely that which is good held fast. And this is for the satisfaction of honest people by a friend, E.B.
Extent21, [1] p.
Publisherprinted for Thomas Simmons at the Bull and Mouth neer Aldersgate



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