Baxter - BX5202 B291 1679

[ 69 Infirá This is after further anfwerd. I now only lay z.. The people may not touch his Perfòn, by violence, nor deprive him of his benefice or temple, nor yet degrade him : As they that change their Plnyfician or Lawyer do no fuch thing, but (imply choose one that they can truft. No man will win more by my falvation than I (hall, nor would Puffer more than I by it if I were damned Who is more than I concerned what becometh of my foul ?Am I not to have more care of it than of my eltate or health of body? Who can eafily believe thole men that fend us to goales and ruin us for trotting our foules with fuch Guides as to the belt of our underftandings we think meetelt, or at least for avoiding fuch as we cannot fo farr truft, and then tell us that they do it lìecaute they love our fouls better than we love our felves, and therefore will not rruft them to our choice. z. what confufion doth it caafe that every man now choofeth his owne Tutor in philofophy, his own matter, his own Lawyer and phyfician, and everywoman at age her own husband. 3. Doth not the Church of Engel n. ( as is faid) allow every man his choice, when no man is forbidden to forfake any Bithop or Paftot and choofe another by removing his habitation when he pleafes ? So that all this is but about Parilh bounds, which is confeflTed to be of hu- mane alterable conftitution. And how ordinarily do many Gentlemen of the Church of E;;gl.-cnd go from their own Parifhes it Lon61oh? 4. You may fee by Philip Tvyes printed papers, and Mr. c-aysbs his, that even thofè called Independents F3 and