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James Walder


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James Walder : The ax laid to the root; or, a preservative against the erroneous doctrines of the Methodists; candidly offered to the consideration of all Christians

'In the even I read to my friend a sermon preached at the last Visitation held at Lewes, written by Mr Nicholl, Vicar of Westham in this county, and part of three discourses written by James Walder, a Baptist preacher, the last of which I esteem the best performance, it being in my judgment written with a true spirit of piety and in a pretty modest style. And what may, I presume, be proper for to be read by any sect whatsoever, there being nothing more in it than what is the duty of all Christians both to practise and believe.'

Century: 1700-1799     Reader/Listener/Group: Thomas Turner      Print: Book


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