Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679.
The flesh & blood of Christ, both in the mystery and in the outward : briefly, plainly, and uprightly acknowledged and testified to, for the satisfaction and benefit of the tender-hearted, who desire to experience the quickning, healing, and cleansing vertue of it : with A brief account concerning the people called Quakers in reference both to principle and doctrine : whereunto are added some few other things which by the blessing of God may be experimentally found useful to the true pilgrim and faithful travellers out of the nature & spirit of this world / written in true love and tenderness of spirit by Isaac Penington.
[London? : s.n.], 1675.
A reply to the second part of Thomas Hick's Dialogues, entitled: A continuation of the dialogue between a Christian and a Quaker.
Probable place of publication from Wing.
Errata: p. 54.
Wing P1168
Atonement -- Early works to 1800.
Society of Friends -- Doctrines.
Brit Tracts -- 1675.
Hicks, Thomas, 17th cent. Continuation of the dialogue between a Christian and a Quaker.
Philadelphia Area Center for History of Science
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