The Examiner Examined. Certain Questions proposed to the Author of Zeal Examined concerning his Principles.

The Examiner Examined Certain Questions proposed to the Author of Zeal Examined concerning his Principles This original edition of The Examiner Examined was published anonymously in London in about July of Its author is unknown It responded to an anonymous publication Zeal Examined that was probabl

  • Title: The Examiner Examined. Certain Questions proposed to the Author of Zeal Examined concerning his Principles.
  • Author: Anonymous
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • This original edition of The Examiner Examined was published anonymously in London in about July of 1652 Its author is unknown It responded to an anonymous publication, Zeal Examined, that was probably written by Sir Henry Vane Thereafter, in about September of 1652, Roger Williams, then in England, published, anonymously, a reply to The Examiner Examined under the titlThis original edition of The Examiner Examined was published anonymously in London in about July of 1652 Its author is unknown It responded to an anonymous publication, Zeal Examined, that was probably written by Sir Henry Vane Thereafter, in about September of 1652, Roger Williams, then in England, published, anonymously, a reply to The Examiner Examined under the title The Examiner defended Williams and Henry Vane were very good friends, and Vane s Zeal Examined mostly followed Williams s principles of separation of church and state and liberty of conscience.This original edition can be downloaded in PDF from Early English Books Online EEBO and perhaps some other internet sites.

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