Synopses & Reviews
Excerpt from Journal of Travels From New-Hampshire to Caratuck, on the Continent of North-America
I. Pag. 17, 18, 19. He saith God cloth afford to all Men, even in the ordinary way of his Providence, such a manifestation of his Light or Spirit, as is sufficient to lead and Guide the Faithful into all truth necessary to Salva tion, without Scripture. Note, by Faithful, he means Faithful to the Light within them, who have not the Scripture.
II. Pag. 49. Faith in Christ, as outwardly, (he saith) is no essential part of the Christian Religion.
III. Pag. 26. He denies that Christ's Body is the same in Substance he had on Earth.
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