This (famous) quote from Margaret Fell includes,
... and I did as the apostle saith, I ‘received the truth in the love of it’.
Does "the apostle" there imply that's a quote from the New Testament?
I tried Google -- receive "the truth in the love of it" -- and with that I only saw the phrase being used in sermons and commentaries (including John Locke).
The first few search results seem to be contemporary with Margaret Fell's quote, i.e. 17th century.
Is a phrase like that in an edition of the Bible? Otherwise I wonder what she's quoting (apparently quoting rather than paraphrasing)? Or is it a contemporary paraphrase of a biblical reference?