Baxter’s answer to two questions proposed by Roman Catholics on whether there is an infallible 'rule of faith'? And, how it may be known? With an introduction, concerning Mr Langhorne’s questions from ‘about 20 years ago’.
On the rule of faith
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Argent / Black v.175 (also listed as v.45); Thomas p.23
- See Rel. ii. 218 and Rel. iii. 99 and Baxter’s book there referred to; also art. 35 (DWL/RB/1/278).
- Reference is made to Richard Langhorne’s questions, published and answered in Baxter’s The certainty of christianity without popery, or, whether the Catholick Protestant, or the Papist have the Surer Faith, 1672 (AGM 70) Cf Rel. iii.99 (§ 213).
- For Richard Langhorne (c1624-79), barrister and victim of the Popish Plot, see McElligott and ODNB.
- See also Corr 525, 572, 892 and 896.