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Imprint 2001Available in ProQuest Ebook Central - Academic Complete.
Warning-peece to all back-sliding Protestants and luke-warme professors wherein is manifested how sinfull it is to spare our enemies, and the unlawfulnesse of the Irish cessation, and of giving protections to the enemies of God : with a demonstration of the fearfull basenesse of the sin to neutralitie, to the satisfaction of all those who desire to have their consciences informed in these matters.
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Unum necessarium: or, Christ's justification of Mary's choice and of his servants wrongfully accused: containing a resolution of many weighty cases of conscience. Viz. Indifferent things, obedience to the higher powers, &c. With some reflections on Popery, and a brief account of the many cruelties committed by the Papists. By Richard Baxter.
by Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691.Get full text
A caveat or information, for informers, witnesses, and judges (Not printed till now) useful for this present time of reformation; delivered in a sermon at Preston in Lancashire, the first Wednesday in July, 1647. before an assembly of divines, and deputie-lieutenants. By Henry Jenney Mr. of Arts, now vicar of St. Michaels in the said county.
by Jenney, Henry, b. 1607 or 8.Get full text
The sacred and soveraigne church-remedie: or, The primitive and apostolicall way of composing ecclesiasticall differences, and establishing the churches of Christ. Wherein the authority and utility of lawfull councels and synods is asserted and vindicated, and divers of the sad controversies of the times modestly debated; first preached in the parish church of great Yarmouth, and now published for a preservative against the poyson of anti-synodall suggestions, and a preparative to the receiving of what mercy God shall please to convey unto his Church in this kingdome, through the hands of the present reverend Assembly of Divines. /
by Brinsley, John, 1600-1665.Get full text
Gods fury, Englands fire. Or A plaine discovery of those spirituall incendiaries, which have set church and state on fire. With a serious exhortation to all persons to joyne together in seeking to quench it. And a briefe description of the best meanes thereto, which timely made use of, will prevent the fire from being unquenchable in our ruine. /
by Benbrigge, John.Get full text
The arraignment of unbelief, as the grand cause of our nationall non-establishment: cleared in a sermon to the Honourable House of Commons in Parliament, at Margarets Westminster, upon the 28th. of May, 1645. being the day of their publike fast. /
by Caryl, Joseph, 1602-1673.Get full text
Temple-defilers defiled, vvherein a true visible Church of Christ is described. The evils and pernicious errours, especially appertaining to schisme, anabaptisme, and libertinisme, that infest our Church, are discovered. And directions to preserve from the sin and punishment of temple-defiling, delivered in two sermons preached at the lecture in Kingston upon Thames, Feb. 20. & 27. 1644. out of I Cor. 3.17. /
by Byfield, Richard, 1598?-1664.Get full text
England's deliverance from the northern presbytery, compared with its deliverance from the Roman papacy by Peter Sterry, once fellow of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge, now preacher to the Right Honorable the Councell of State, sitting at White-Hall.
by Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672.Get full text
by Bede, the Venerable, Saint, 673-735.
by Bonhoeffer, Dietrich, 1906-1945.Available in Books at JSTOR: Evidence-Based Acquisition.