A Dialogue Concerning Witches and Witchcrafts
A Dialogue Concerning Witches and Witchcrafts was a book written by George Gifford and published in 1593. It 'is notable for its attention to the ministerial challenges posed by witch belief as well as for its entertaining dialogue designed to appeal to a wide audience'.
- Rosenthal, Joel T. (Winter 2009). "Reviewed Works – A Dialogue concerning Witches and Witchcrafts by George Gifford; The Discovery of Witches and Witchcraft: The Writings of the Witchfinders, Matthew Hopkins and John Stearne by S. F. Davies". Sixteenth Century Journal. 40 (4): 1321–1322. JSTOR 40541304.
- McGinnis, Scott (Autumn 2002). ""Subtiltie" Exposed: Pastoral Perspectives on Witch Belief in the Thought of George Gifford". Sixteenth Century Journal. 33 (3): 665–686. JSTOR 4144019.
- Devil Dogs, p.26, Mark Stoyle, May 2011, BBC History Magazine
- Gifford, George (1603). A Dialogue Concerning Witches & Witchcrafts. The Percy Society. p. 67.
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