ing the authority of Scripture, and the divinity of Christ.
It was a departure from the original basis of tny one speak more plainly concerning the manhood of Christ, than George Fox himself.
Penn was imprisoned in trs in some of his theological views.
He considered Christ as the only Son of the most high God; but he deniedn African, who never heard of the Scriptures, or of Christ, might become truly a child of God, if he humbly an a blind zeal, instead of the broad philanthropy of Christ.
Is there no better alternative?
Yes. To adopt thcensure from those who know not God, nor his son Jesus Christ.
They profess that they know God, but in works y to suffer, even unto death, for their fidelity to Christ; sustained through those last bitter moments by an m Augusta, Georgia, that tender-hearted minister of Christ says: They can scarcely tolerate us, on account of dded, And to thee, who claimest to be a minister of Christ, I would say that thy Master requires thee to give