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A Brief Description of Heretics By Ephraim Pagitt
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Ephraim Pagitt (1575-1647) was a puritan, Presbyterian divine, Reformed theologian and preacher of the Gospel. This work is one of Pagitt's most famous and was originally written in over 400 pages.... More > This "cliff note" version describes the most important aspects of various heresies. Pagitt succinctly covers heretical groups such as the Jesuits, Socinians, Arminians, Anabaptists, Pelagians, Seperatists and others. At the end of the work is attached a public "ordinance" which the magistrate enforced on heretics of the day. Obadiah Sedgwick (1600-1658) was a puritan preacher, Presbyterian divine, Reformed theologian and member of the Westminster Assembly. Added to this volume is a very important sermon on what the bible teaches concerning heresy. Sedgwick explains the nature of heresy, the danger of heresy, and then concludes with three uses in application. This is not a scan or facsimile, has been updated in modern English for easy reading and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
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Ephraim Pagitt (1575-1647) was a puritan, Presbyterian divine, Reformed theologian and preacher of the Gospel. This work is one of Pagitt's most famous and was originally written in over 400 pages.... More > This "cliff note" version describes the most important aspects of various heresies. Pagitt succinctly covers heretical groups such as the Jesuits, Socinians, Arminians, Anabaptists, Pelagians, Seperatists and others. At the end of the work is attached a public "ordinance" which the magistrate enforced on heretics of the day. Obadiah Sedgwick (1600-1658) was a puritan preacher, Presbyterian divine, Reformed theologian and member of the Westminster Assembly. Added to this volume is a very important sermon on what the bible teaches concerning heresy. Sedgwick explains the nature of heresy, the danger of heresy, and then concludes with three uses in application. This is not a scan or facsimile, has been updated in modern English for easy reading and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less