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Chap, J i. Of Baptism with Fire, and Bap-
THE Running Title of the Nine first Chapters should have been, Ofthe Necessity ofimmediate Revelation, p. 22. I. n, beseeches, p. 75.. Lo. the Law. p. 104. 1.14. the Gospel, p. 107. 1. xo. it what. p. 109. I.30. perception, p. no. p. 20. on our. p. 11 j. I..20. Man.Christ, p. 126. 1.6. iy the Light'* stirring, moSmg and enabling, p. 149. 1.20. that is, it is. p.ifo. 1.1& it had. p 170. I.14. Water.Baptism, p. 179. 1.8. 10. so baptized, p. 18j". 1. J J". Necessity of the Spirit of Discerning for, p. 194. I.27. a rule. p. 197. I.19. that Her. p. 198. L29. by him. p. 199. I.30. d. makes, and read which makes, p. 2ior Lit. believes. P»2ji. 1.2. import, p. 222. 1. 29. extend this. p. 23s. 1. 11. d.Holy. p. 270. 1. 2. d. O/. p. 282. I. 24. farCONFUTATION
The State of the Question concerning the Necessity of immediate Revelation in order to a saving Christian Faith.
TH E Controversies between us of the Established Church of England, and the People called Quakers, are not only many in Number, but of very great Importance. I shall therefore endevor in the following Papers to state and determine the Principal of them.
Now the first Point about which we differ, is concerning the Necessity of immediate Revelation in order to a saving Christian Faith. With this therefore I shall begin.
And that my discourse upon this Head may be the better understood, I think it necessary for me to premise a few things.