Franklin

MLA

Howgill, Francis. The Common Salvation Contended For, and the Faith Which Was Once Delivered to the Saints· Or, An Answer to a Book Called a Plain Answer to Eighteen Queries of Iohn Whitehead, Put Forth by William Kays, Who Calls Himself Minister of the Gospel At Stokesly; : Wherein He Hath Perverted the Faith Once Delivered to the Saints, and Pleads for Those Things Which the Scripture Declares Against, and So He Is Made Manifest, Not to Be a Minister of the Everlasting Gospel, but Preachesanother [sic] Gospel. The Queries Laid Down, and the Substance of His Answer, with a Reply to His Answer. .

APA

Howgill, F. The common salvation contended for, and the faith which was once delivered to the saints· Or, An answer to a book called a plain answer to eighteen queries of Iohn Whitehead, put forth by William Kays, who calls himself minister of the Gospel at Stokesly; : wherein he hath perverted the faith once delivered to the saints, and pleads for those things which the Scripture declares against, and so he is made manifest, not to be a minister of the everlasting Gospel, but preachesanother [sic] Gospel. The queries laid down, and the substance of his answer, with a reply to his answer. .

Chicago

Howgill, Francis, The Common Salvation Contended For, and the Faith Which Was Once Delivered to the Saints· Or, An Answer to a Book Called a Plain Answer to Eighteen Queries of Iohn Whitehead, Put Forth by William Kays, Who Calls Himself Minister of the Gospel At Stokesly;: Wherein He Hath Perverted the Faith Once Delivered to the Saints, and Pleads for Those Things Which the Scripture Declares Against, and So He Is Made Manifest, Not to Be a Minister of the Everlasting Gospel, but Preachesanother [sic] Gospel. The Queries Laid Down, and the Substance of His Answer, with a Reply to His Answer..