The sufficiency of the Spirits teaching, without human learning, or, A treatise tending to prove human learning, to be no help to the spiritual understanding of the Word of God : written (if it may be) for the silencing of such false and scandalous reports as have been rumoured about concerning this matter, and also for the information of all such as desire to know the truth /
Printed for a friend of the author, and sold by William and Joseph Marshall ...,
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