3 edition of A treatise of the perpetuall visibility, and succession of the true church in all ages found in the catalog.
A treatise of the perpetuall visibility, and succession of the true church in all ages
by Printed by Augustine Mattheuues and Iohn Norton, for Robert Milbourne in At London
Written in English
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1719:1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 110 p|
|Number of Pages||110|
early Church. The Book of Common Prayer itself was justified with a prefatory lament that “these many yeares passed this Godly and decent ordre of the auncient fathers, hath been so altered, broken, and neglected, by planting in uncertein stories, Legendes, Respondes, Verses, vaine. The same mysterious subject is again refe chapter, which treats of the church, and, like the earlier Confession used by Knox's con and our later Confession, identiﬁes that invisible but real church, which is "the bodie a Jesus, with the elect of all ages, nations, and tongues, so that "as without Christ Jesus salvation, so sal there nane be.
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Get this from a library. A treatise of the perpetuall visibility, and succession of the true church in all ages. [George Abbot].
Add tags for "A treatise of the perpetuall visibility, and succession of the true church in all ages.". Be the first. Aug 08, · Dedicated to the two Vniuersities of Oxford and Cambridge.’ No place,4to. It has a long ‘Appendix, wherein is taken a short view containing a full answere of a pamphlet entitvled, A Treatise of the Perpetuall Visibility, and succession of the true Church in all ages [by George Abbot, archbishop of Canterbury] printed anno ’.
Books by or about KJV translators. A treatise of the perpetuall visibility, and succession of the true church in all ages () Abbot, George: The reasons vvhich Doctour Hill hath brought, for the vpholding of papistry, which is falselie termed the Catholike religion ().
A Treatise of the Perpetuall Visibilitie, and Succession of the True Church in all Ages. [London], .
Plain calf with Edward Gwynn’s name tooled in gilt on the front cover and his initials on the back cover. Unknown Status. Achilles, Frederick, Prince of Wurttemberg. Consultatio de. Filed under: Church of England -- Controversial literature -- Puritan authors -- Early works to Examination of M.
Doctor Whytgiftes censures, contained in two tables, sett before his booke, entituled The defence of the aunswer to the admonition, &c. ([England?: Printed by the secret Puritan press?], ), by William Fulke (HTML at EEBO TCP). Thus much touching this second Dialogue; to the which I haue thought good to subnect (as an Appendix) a short view, taken of an Anonymous and froathy Pamphlet entituled: A Treatise of the perpetuall visibility and succession of the true Church, in al Ages; written some few yeares since and set forth (as is supposed) by Doctour Featly.
Thus much touching this second Dialogue; to the which I haue thought good to subnect (as an Appendix) a short view, taken of an Anonymous and froathy Pamphlet entituled: A Treatise of the perpetuall visibility and succession of the true Church, in al Ages; written some few yeares since and set forth (as is suppo∣sed) by Doctour Featly.
Daniel Featley, also called Fairclough and sometimes called Richard Fairclough/Featley (15 March – 17 April ), was an English theologian and controversialist. A leading Calvinist disputant of the s, he fell into difficulties with Parliament due to his loyalty to Charles I in the s, and he was harshly treated and imprisoned at the end of his life.
An Answer to a Pamphlet, intituled, The Fisher catched in his owne net. In which, by the way, is shewed, that The Protestant Church was not so visible in all Ages, as the true Church ought to bee; and consequently, is not the true Church, of which men may learne infallible faith necessarie to saluation, by A.
Master FISHER'S Preface. A chronicle of the Kings of England, from the time of the Romans goverment [sic] unto the raigne of our soveraigne lord, King Charles containing all passages of state or church, with all other observations proper for a chronicle / faithfully collected out of authours ancient and moderne, & digested into a new method ; by Sr.
Baker, Knight. That protestantes embrace that kind of tryall which is by antiquity, 2 Against Traditions. 3 In proofe of the protestants Church, to haue con tinued in all ages. 4 In proofe of the vnity of in his Treatise of the way to the true Church.
Chapter. (H • c est enim ordinaria &c for by this is that ordinary and perpetuall Succession of Bi. The true definition of a true visible Church of Iesus Christ. THat every true visible Church of Christ, are a company of people called and seperated out of the world, (a) By the word of God, Ioyned (b) together in the fellowship of the Gospell by volentary (c) profession of fayth and obedience of Christ (a) Levit.
Nehe. 10, Such was the animating principle which gave power to the teaching of the reformers in all lands, and which constitutes still the central article of a standing or a falling church to all their true-hearted successors—Christ crucified for our sins, raised again for our justification, and now exalted to the right hand of the Majesty in the.
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How can any that hath taken the said Protestation according to it, maintain and defend the true Protestant Religion, expressed in the Doctrine of the Church of England, against all Popery, and Popish innovations within this Realm, contrary to the same Doctrine; and yet yeeld obedience to an usurping authority, coming in, and holding in.
the cambridge history of EARLY MODERN ENGLISH LITERATURE This is the first full-scale history of early modern English literature in nearly a century. It offers new perspectives on English literature produced in Britain between the Reformation and the Restoration. The Marrow of Theology Online.
This is a unedited rough version of Ames’ Marrow. Check Puritan Publications for an updated and new edition of Ames’ work. The marrow of sacred divinity drawne out of the Holy Scriptures, and the interpreters thereof, and brought into method, by William Ames ().
Roma Ruens; Romes Ruine; being a succinct answer to a Popish Challenge, concerning the antiquity, unity, universality, succession, and perpetuall visibility of the true church, even in the most obscure times, when it seemed to be totally eclipsed, in the immediate ages before Luther.
4to. London, BM (3. A Trve relation of a Scotchman, vvho comming into the church of St. Olaves in the old iury in London, at such time as the people were receiving the communion, did much disturb them, and by force tore the service-book in peeces, on Sunday Septemb.
5. A Table of the Contents of this Book. A Company of believers professing the truth and meeting in one place every Lords day, for the worshipping of God, is not the visible Church endued with ministeriall power.
p. 1. 2, 3. & seq. The keys of the Kingdome of Heaven are not committed to the Church of Believers destitute of Elders, p. 7, 8. The keys are given to Stewards by office, p. 13, 14, seq.Untitled Treatise on Revelation (section ) Author: Isaac Newton.
No man ever doubted but that y e day of Iudgment was described in y e 20 th chapter of this book; The series of y e seales & trumpets is a continued history of all ages from S t Iohn's time to y e end of y e world.A peaceable and temperate plea for Pauls presbyterie in Scotland, or, A modest and brotherly dispute of the government of the Church of Scotland wherein our discipline is demonstrated to be the true apostolick way of divine truth, and the arguments on the contrary are friendly dissolved, the grounds of separation and the indepencie [sic] of particular congregations, in defence of.