An apology for M. Antonia Bourignon: in four parts

Publication Date1699
RemainderI. An abstract of her sentiments, and a character of her writings. II. An answer to the prejudices raised against them. III. The evidences she brings of her being led by the spirit of God; with her answers to the prejudices opposed thereunto. To which is added, A dissertation of Dr. De Heyde, on the same subject. IV. An abstract of her life. To which are added, two letters from different hands, containing remarks on the preface to The snake in the grass and Bourignianism detected. As also, some of her own letters, whereby her true Christian spirit and sentiments are farther justified and vindicated; particularly as to the doctrine of the merits and satisfaction of Jesus Christ
Extent[8], 444, [4] p., [1] leaf of plates
Publisherprinted for D. Brown, at the Black Swan, without Temple-Bar; S. Manship, at the Ship in Cornhil; R. Parker, at the Unicorn under the Piazza's of the Royal-Exchange; and H. Newman, at the Grashopper [sic] in the Poultry


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