3 edition of A northern blast, or the spiritual Quaker converted found in the catalog.
A northern blast, or the spiritual Quaker converted
by printed for R. Lambert, and are to be sold at the Signe of the Angel in Cornhill in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Spiritual Quaker converted|
|Genre||Early works to 1800, Controversial literature|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2390:3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 19,  p|
|Number of Pages||19|
It is divine or spiritual in its origin: “That which is born of the Spirit is spirit.” 2. It is a supernatural change, “Except a man be born again,” or, as in the margin, “from above.” 3. It is the impartation of a new principle of a spiritual life, “Whereas I was blind, now I see.”. The Episcopalian, the Presbyterian, the Quaker, and the Moravian, are all alike included, not even excepting the half-civilized barbarian, on whom the light has but dimly shone. Whatever our own particular views may be, charity compels us to believe that the virtuous and the good are acceptable to the Universal Parent.
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p. vii INTRODUCTION I. Eothen is the earliest work of Alexander William Kinglake, best known as the historian of the Crimean War. It is an account of a tour—or rather of selected adventures which occurred during a tour—undertaken in the Levant in , but was not published until ten years later. The first Quakers lived in midth century movement arose from the Legatine-Arians and other dissenting Protestant groups, breaking away from the established Church of England. The Quakers, especially the ones known as the Valiant Sixty, attempted to convert others to their understanding of Christianity, travelling both throughout Great Britain and overseas, preaching the gospel.
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A NORTHERN BLAST OR THE SPIRITUAL QUAKER CONVERTED Being Soul-saving Advice to the Giddy People of England, who are Running Headlong to Destruction Wherein are showed the manner of their meetings in the County of Yorkshire and Durham, their quakings, skreekings and ridiculous actions: also their fond and false wrestings of the Scripture WITH.
Get this from a library. A northern blast, or the spiritual Quaker converted: being soul-saving advice to the giddy people of England, who are running headlong to destruction. Wherein are shewed the manner of their meetings, in the county of Yorkshire, and Durham, their quakings, skreekings [sic] and ridiculous actions ; also their fond and false restings of the Scriptures.
Get this from a library. A northern blast, or the spiritual Quaker converted: being soul-saving advice to the giddy people of England, who are running headlong to destruction. Wherein is shewed the manner of their meetings, in the county of Yorkshire, and Durham, their quakings, skreekings [sic] and ridiculous actions ; also their fond and false restings of the scriptures.
A Northern Blast, or the Spiritual Quaker Converted. Lambert: Feb p. 54, no. 4: C: Pub. York. Wing lists as two, Northern Blast E & Spiritual Quaker EA. Experiences of one who tried Quakers.
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Among a group of Commonwealth tracts are several rare anti-Quaker items, such as George Emmot’s Northern Blast, or the spiritual Quaker converted (). Mrs. Fell converted to Quakerism which allowed Fox to hold meetings at the Fell home. Judge Fell's patronage gave credibility and protection to Fox and the local movement.
George., A Northern Blast, or the Spiritual Quaker () Farmer, Ralph. A Brief Relation of the Irreligion of the Northern Quakers, () [Wing H].
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It is divine or spiritual in its origin: "That which is born of the Spirit is spirit." 2. It is a supernatural change, "Except a man be born again," or, as in the margin, "from above." 3.
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