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Despite George Johnson's rigorous dealings with Thomasine, he claimed to advocate a middle road between two extremes: "The ditch of anabaptistry and the pit of pride must both be pasted [passed] by, and the path of modesty walked in.
When Francis accused George of anabaptistry and warned against "put[ting] a great part of religion in .
Indeed, Bradford believed and Francis, when he accused George of anabaptistry, implied that such hypocritical strictness, disguised as "spiritual purity and godly works, .