Browsing by Author "Crisp, Samuel, 1669 or 70-1704."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)Christ exalted and Dr. Crisp vindicated in several points called antinomian, being cleared from neonomian suggestions alledged, by some remarks on Mr. A-, his rebuke to Mr. Lob shewing from Scripture and most orthodox authors the invalidity of his rebuke in taxing the doctor to be apocryphal, and his doctrine antinomian : with some observations on the Bishop of Worcester's letter concerning the great point of the change of persons between Christ and believers ... : with a table to find the heads insisted on / done by a happy, tho' unworthy branch of the said doctor.Date of publication:
1698Author(s):Description:Includes index. Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.This item contains 4 files (1.02 MB).Publicly Available
TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)Two letters written by Samuel Crisp, ; about the year 1702, to some of his acquaintance, upon his change from a chaplain of the Church of England, to join the people called Quakers. ; [One line from I Thessalonians]Date of publication:
1762Author(s):Description:Date of publication supplied by Evans. Signatures: A^8. Bookseller's advertisement, p. 16.This item contains 3 files (108.25 KB).Publicly Available