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But not indifpenfiby neceffary to thofe from whom Provi
Of the Light of Christ.
The Light of Chrift in Man, a Main Fundamental in Re-
It's Divinity proved,
The Vicar's Milinterpretation of Mat. xvi. 16.
That God doth afford unto all Men, even in the ordinary
The Vicar's confus'd Interpretation of Coloff. i. 2,3. ibid.
The great End of outward Teaching is to bring Men to an
Sin, in the New Teftament Senfe, is a Breach or Neglect
Sins of Ignorance no Scripture Term,
The Vicar's Mifconftruction of Rom. i. 26.
His Perverfion of W. Penn's Primitive Chriftianity,
His Way of diftinguishing Truths, not Scriptural,
The infpir'd Writers ufe not the Word Truths in the Plural
The Death and Sufferings of Chrift neceffary to the Salva
tion even of those who have not the Hiftory of them, 29 The Vicar's Query about the Light answer'd by W. P. ibid. His Charge of worshipping the Light in one another confuted, 29,30. 30
His Perversion of R. B's Senfe manifefted,. The Weakness of his Reasoning about the Light's being a ibid. material Subftance, His Query about the Light in particular Perfons being tried by the Light of the Body, answer'd by Dr. Philips, 31, 32 The Imputation of blindly following their Leaders more applicable to the Clergy than theQuakers, 33
The Quakers Church-cenfures are only againft fuch as profething to be of their Society, keep not the Rules of it, 34 But the Excommunications of the Church of England have been againft fober Men who did not profess to be Memibid. bers of it, A View of the Vicar's Self-contradictions in this Sect. 34, 35 The Light within never contradicts Reason nor Script. 35
SE C T. III.
Of the Holy Scriptures.
The Vicar's pretended Proofs of the Scriptures being the only, infallible, and compleat Rule and Standard, of a Chriftian's Faith and Practice, examined, 35-42 The Quakers Belief concerning the Scriptures being a Rule 42, 43
They diftinguish between a Rule and the Rule, By the Rule of Faith, they understand that conftant MeaJure or Standard, by which Men in all Ages have been enaibid. bled to judge of Trush and Error, That the Scriptures are not that Rule, they prove by many Arguments, 43-46 Inftances of the Vicar's perverting R. Barclay's Senfe, 46, 47 His Mifinterpretation of Rom. viii. 16. with Pool's Annota
tions on that Text, and W. Tindal's Tranflation of it, 48 The Vicar's Conceffions about the Spirit's Teftimony with 49,50
feveral Arguments drawn therefrom,
He curtails the Text 1 Cor. ii. 11. to make it favour his Cause, being otherwise against him, SI The Quakers pretend not to any Revelations contrary to Scripture,
They admit the Scriptures as Judge and Teft in all Religi ous Controverfies,
A malicious Inference drawn by the Vicar from an innocent
W. Penn's Reasons for teftifying against the Outward Baptifm
The Vicar's Mifconftruction of Col. iii. 16.
Of the Holy Spirit.
A Perversion of the Vicar's, about the Divinity of the Light
of Inspiration which the Apoftles had,
His uncharitable Reflections void ofArgument,
63 to 67
Of the Inward Immediate Teftimony of the Spirit.
Wicked Men are not true Believers,
True Faith is always productive of good Works,
fary to a faving Chriftian Faith, viz. Calvin, Zanchius, Pifcator, Bucanus, Ravanellus, Dr.Willet, Arch-Bp. Ujher, and Bishop Stillingfleet, The ordinary Affiftances of the Spirit inward & immed. 82 The Church of England holds Inspiration in the fame Sense the Quakers do, 83
Of the Ministry.
The Quakers do not lay claim to a perfonal Infallibility, 84 The Vicar's Pretence of the Neceffity of a Creed or fummary of Faith confidered, ibid The Multitude of Ancient Creeds an Argument against their univerfal Reception,
The Bible, the only Creed of Proteftants,
Dr. Hammond's Paraphrafe on Eph. i. 19, 20. The Vicar's Cenfure of E. Burroughs for ufing hard Words, confider'd, and fhewn to be more juftly applicable to fome of his own Fraternity, 93, 95 An excellent Difcourfe of R. Claridge on the Call an Qualifications of a Gofpel-Minifter, 95,-107 The Vicar's Perverfion of feveral Texts of Scripture 107-111 R. Barclay's Definition of the Catholick Church and its Members, 111-113 Confequences of the Vicar's narrow Opinion of the Catho
113 The Vicar's Miftake about Minifters not preaching Chrift within,
His Perverfion of E. Burrougb's Sense,
The Quakers take not away all Distinction of Offices and Officers in the Church,
Their Reasons for their oppofing the Distinction of Clergy aud Laity, 117, 118 Dr. Whitaker and Dr. Fulk's Opinion about the Ufe of the Word Prieft,, 118, 119 The Helvetick Confeffion difowns the the Ufe of the Word Prieft to any of their Minifters,
The Texts brought by the Vicar againft Women's Preach-
W. Dewsberry's Difcourfe of Women's Preaching 123-127 The Vicar's falfe Quotation of G. Fox.
Of Minister's Maintenance
That 'tis the Duty of those to whom God fends, or among whom he raises up a Minifter, to adminifter to his Neceffities, if he ftand in need,
But no Maintenance to be conftrained,
By Maintenance fuch as is freely given,
ibid. An Objection of the Vicar's about providing for the future answered, 129
The Payment of Tithes under the Gospel, Popish and Superftitious, 130
A choice Paffage out of R. Claridge concerniug Melchifedec's Priesthood,
Tithes were an Heave-Offering under the Law,
Eftates The Vicar'sPerverfion of R. Barclay's Meaning, about Tithes being given by the People, obviated,
The Cafe of paying Taxes founded on a Different Reafon from that of Tithes,
The Scripture Sense of the Word Hire. The Apoftle Paul an Example for other Minifters to work
for their Living,
Dr. Hamond's Paraphrafe on Ads xx. 23, 24, 25. ibid. The Vicar's Raillery againft the Quakers proved Groundlefs, 138
A Remakable Declaration of a Quaker Preacher againft Hirelings.
The meer Pretenfions of any Man are no G round for another Man's Faith,