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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 2851 1874
Name: 
Kiffen, William
Kiffin, W.
Kiffin, William
Dates: 
1616-1701
Creation class: 
cre
Language material
Creation role: 
contributor
Related names: 
Chamberlen, Peter (1601-1683)
Claridge, Richard (1649-1723)
Fleet, Thomas (1685-1758)
Norcott, John -1676
Philpot, J.C. (1802-1869)
Philpot, Joseph Charles (1802-1869)
Ramsbottom, B.A.
Ramsbottom, Benjamin Ashworth
Titles: 
Baptism discovered plainly and faithfully
Baptism discovered plainly & faithfully according to the word of God. Wherein is set forth the glorious pattern of our blessed Saviour Jesus Christ, the pattern of all believers in his subjection to baptism. Together with the example of thousands who were baptized after they believed. By John Norcott, late servant of Jesus Christ, and of his Church.
blazen van de grote bazuin
briefe remonstrance of the ... grounds of ... anabaptists for their separation, a
briefe remonstrance of the reasons and grounds of those people commonly called Anabaptists, for their seperation, &c. Or certaine queries concerning their faith and practice, propounded by Mr. Robert Poole;, A
Certaine queries concerning their faith and practice, propounded by Mr. Robert Poole
christian man's trial, the
declaration concerning the publicke dispute, a
discourse between Cap. Kiffin, and Dr. Chamberlain, about imposition of hands., A
glimpse of sion's glory, a
letter to mr. edwards, a
letter to the lord mayor, by lieut.-col. kiffin, a
life of hanserd knollys
looking-glass for the anabaptists, a
Nagelaten brokken..
observations on hosea ii. 7, 8
quakers appeal answered, the
Remarkable passages in the life of William Kiffin, 1823.
sober discourse of right to church communion, a
sufficiency of the spirit's teaching, the
To Mr. Thomas Edwards. Sir you stand as one professing your selfe to be instructed by Christ with abilities from God, to throw downe errour, and therefore to that end doe preach every third day, may it therefore please you and those that imploy you in that worke, to give those leave whom you so brand, as bubliquely to object against what you say, when your sermon is ended, as you declare your selfe: and vve hope it will be an encrease of further light to all that feare God and put a large advantage into your hands if you have the trueth on your side, to cause it to shine with more clearnesse and I hope we shall doe it with moderation as becometh Christians. Yours, William Kiffin.
Waarheid is zeldzamer dan leugen
walwyn's wiles
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