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KINGDOM OF CHRIST:
PRINCIPLES, ORDINANCES, AND CONSTITUTION
LETTERS TO A MEMBER OF THE SOCIETY OF FRIENDS.
A CLERGYMAN OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND.
DARTON AND CLARK, HOLBORN HILL.
Common Method of dealing with Opponents,
trines when separated from it
A Universal Atonement the Foundation of
How denied by the Calvinists, how weak-
ened by the Quakers
Doctrine of the Trinity, how treated by the
Early Quakers, by Locke, and by the
These truths involved in the Constitution of
the Catholic Church
Introduction to the following Letter