Browsing by Author "Fowler, Christopher, 1610?-1678."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)Dæmonium meridianum. Satan at noon. Or, Antichristian blasphemies, anti-scripturall divelismes, anti-morall uncleanness, evidenced in the light of truth, and published by the hand of justice. Being, a sincere and impartiall relation of the proceedings of the commissioners of the county of Berks. Authorized by the ordinance for ejection, against John Pordage, late minister of Bradfield, in the same county. Published for the vindication of justice, and satisfaction of the conscientious, in the name, and by the order of the said commissioners and assistants. With some notes, and animadversions upon a book of the said John Pordage, initiuled, Innocency appearing, &c. / By Christopher Fowler, minister of the gospel at S. Maries in Reding.Date of publication:
1655Author(s):Description:Text continuous despite pagination. Annotation on Thomason copy: "May. 23". Reproduction of the original in the British Library.This item contains 4 files (1.2 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)A sober answer to an angry epistle, directed to all the publick teachers in this nation, and prefixed to a book, called (by an antiphrasis) Christs innocency pleaded against the cry of the chief priests. Written in hast by Thomas Speed, once a publick teacher himself, and since revolted from that calling to merchandize, and of late grown a merchant of soules, trading subtilly for the Quakers in Bristoll. Wherein the jesuiticall equivocations and subtle insinuations, whereby he endeavours secretly to infuse the whole venome of Quaking doctrines, into undiscerning readers, are discovered; a catlogue of the true and genuine doctrines of the Quakers is presented, and certaine questions depending between us and them, candidly disputed, / by [brace] Christopher Fowler & Simon Ford, [brace] ministers of the Gospel in Reding,Date of publication:
1656Description:A reply to: Speed, Thomas. Christ's innocency pleaded against the cry of the chief priests, or, a reply unto certain papers received from William Thomas. Annotation on Thomason copy: "June 29". Reproduction of the original ...This item contains 4 files (582.45 KB).Publicly Available