By the Quaker William Penn. Full title: The sandy foundation shaken: or, Those so generally believed and applauded doctrines, of one God, subsisting in three distinct and separate persons, the impossibility of God’s pardoning sinners, without a plenary satisfaction, the justification of impure persons by an imputative righteousness refuted, from the authority of Scripture testimonies, and right reason.
Entitled, “The Sandy Foundation Shaken; or those … doctrines of one God subsisting in three distinct and separate persons; the impossibility of God’s pardoning sinners without a plenary satisfaction, the justification of impure persons by an imputative righteousness, refuted from the authority of Scripture testimonies and right reason, etc. London, 1668.” It caused him to be imprisoned in [the Tower[(http://www.pepysdiary.com/encyclopedia/167/). “Aug. 4, 1669. Young Penn who wrote the blasphemous book is delivered to his father to be transported” (“Letter to Sir John Birkenhead, quoted by Bishop Kennett in his MS. Collections, vol. lxxxix., p. 477).
This text comes from a footnote on a diary entry in the 1893 edition edited by Henry B. Wheatley.
Chart showing the number of references in each month of the diary’s entries.