Phipps, Joseph

Phipps, Joseph a noted member of the Society of Friends, flourished in the second half of last century, Hle is distinguished as the writer of eight important theological treatises (Lond. 1767-96), of which we mention here, Brief Remarks on the Common Arguments now used in Support of divers Ecclesiastical Impositions in this Nation (1769, 8vo): — The Original and Present State of Man briefly considered; wherein is shown the Nature of his Fall, and the Necessity, Means, and Manner of his Restoration; to which are added some Remarks on the Arguments of Samuel Newton, of Norwich (1773, 8vo): — A Reply to a late Publication of S. Newton, intituled An Appendix, etc.; in Answer to which it is plainly shown that the Quakers are not Calvinists, that the Gospel comprehends more than Words, and that the Spirit of Truth is to be experienced and sensibly felt in the Minds and Consciences of Men (1774, 8vo); — An Address to the Youth of Norwich (1776, 12mo): — Dissertations on the Nature and Effect of Christian Baptism, Christian Communion, and Religious Waiting upon God; to which are added a few Reflections on the Observance of Public Fasts and Festivals (1781, 8vo).

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