By William Huntington
London   T. Bensley
8" by 5" [3], 4-29pp
A very scarce first edition of William Huntington's letter written towards Downham's Mr Britton, an example of Huntington's Antinomianism beliefs.
By William Huntington

1801 A Letter to Mr. Britton, Minister at Downham, in the Isle of Ely

London   T. Bensley
8" by 5" [3], 4-29pp
A very scarce first edition of William Huntington's letter written towards Downham's Mr Britton, an example of Huntington's Antinomianism beliefs.
£90.00
: 0.5kgs / : 717P16

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Description

First Edition, Very Scarce

The first edition of this work.

A very scarce work.

Collated, complete.

An intriguing pamphlet discussing the Bible and Adam, looking critically at and interpreting Genesis II.

This work is a good example of Huntington's theological views of Antinomianism, which rejects any laws or legalism that argues against moral, social, or religious norms.

The letter is addressed to a minister at Downham in the Isle of Ely, Mr. Britton.

Written by William Huntington, a noted preacher. He was known for his unusual style of preaching, which made him very popular amongst his listeners, though frequently brought him into conflict with other preachers throughout his life.

Condition

Disbound. Externally, the outer leaves are lightly age-toned with a couple of light spots and marks. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are lightly age-toned and clean with just a couple of spots and marks.

Very Good Indeed

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