A treatise of knowledge and love compared

Publication Date1689
RemainderIn two parts: I. Of falsly pretended knowledge. II. Of true saving knowledge and love. I. Against hasty judging, and false conceits of knowledge, and for necessary suspension. II. The excellency of divine love, and the happiness of being known and loved of God. Written as greatly needful to the safety and peace of every Christian, and of the Church. The only certain way to escape false religions, heresies, sects, and malignant prejudices, persecutions and sinful wars: all caused by falsly pretended knowledge, and hasty judging, by proud ignorant men, who know not their ignorance. By Richard Baxter; who by God's blessing on long and hard studies, hath learned to know that he knoweth but little, and to suspend his judgment of uncertainties, and to take great, necessary, certain things, for the food of his faith, and comforts, and the measure of his church-communion
Extent[16], 342, [2] p.
Publisherprinted for Tho. Parkhurst at the Bible and Three Crowns, at the lower end of Cheapside, near Mercers Chapel



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