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JOURNALS, DOCTRINAL TREATISES, AND OTHER WRITINGS
MEMBERS OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS.
EDITED BY WILLIAM EVANS AND THOMAS EVANS.
LIFE OF THOMAS STORY.—THE ORIGINAL AND PRESENT STATE OF MAN.
LIFE OF PATIENCE BRAYTON.
PRINTED BY JOSEPH RAKESTRAW,
FOR THE EDITORS.
Holy Scriptures, 36; adding to, or taking from,
61; to be understood by the inshining of the
light, 62, 411, 413; of divine authority-not
the Word of God, 107, 156, 173, 437; sub-
ordinate to the Spirit, 167, 414; preferred
to all other writings, 423, 426; use of, 428.
fire and water, 127; above the Scriptures,
167; distinguished from reason, 326; sanc-
tification by it, 378, 384; gift of the Father
the Spirit is known, 415; infallible in-
terpreter of the Scriptures, 419; ought
to be every man's guide, 425; true effi-
cient of all the real good in the church,
or its members, 430; kingdom of God
is the dominion of the light, and life of
future state, 87; gospel preached to them
89-91 ; terror to New England, 163.
Ministry, call to the, 29, 32, 42, 102; without bar-
Ministers preach to obtain a call, 116; how quali-
fied, 176; without pay, 200; how far
Christians may contribute to the neces-
sary charge of Gospel ministry, 366.
Military fines, reasons for not paying, 145.
Negroes, gospel preached to them in North Caro-
Original sin, 380.
Passover, 20. 142.
Predestination, 34, 100, 141, 403.
Penn, William, 45; death, 288.
duct towards Friends, 51.
sacrifice for the people among whom the Peter the Great, emperor of Russia, visited by T.
ited by William Penn and others, 71; at-
tends meeting, 228.
Phipps, Joseph, Original and Present state of