The Pulpit Guarded with XVII Arguments: Proving the Unlawfulness, Sinfulness, and Danger of Suffering Private Persons to Take Upon Them Publike Preaching, and Expounding the Scriptures Without a Call; as Being Contrary to the Word of God, Contrary to the Practice of All Reformed Churches... Occasioned by a Dispute at Henly in Arden in Warwick-shire, Aug. 20, 1650. Against Lawrence Williams, a Nailor-publike-preacher. Tho. Palmer, a Baker-preacher. Tho. Hinde, a Plough-wright-publike-preacher. Henry Oakes, a Weaver-preacher. Hum. Rogers, (lately) a Bakers Boy-publike-preacher. Here You Have All Their Arguments (never Yet Compiled in One Tract) Refelled and Answered Many Texts of Scripture Cleared, ... In the Close are Added Six Arguments, to Prove Our Ministers Free from Antichristianism

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J. Cottrel, 1651 - Clergy - 72 pages

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