2 edition of Irenicum, a weapon-salve for the Churches wounds found in the catalog.
Irenicum, a weapon-salve for the Churches wounds
Wing (2nd ed.) S5597
|Statement||by Edward Stillingfleete, Rector of Sutton in Bedfordshire.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 416, 31 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||416|
Rebound in modern full a weapon-salve for the Churches wounds book, preserving original rear board. Nothing was then thought too good, or costly, for the Service of God, or Religion; Men could not content themselves to serve God with that which cost th [ And, it would be much more reasonable to affirm, that the government of Rome continued the same under Justinian, as it was in the time of Scipio, because the senate and consuls still remained, although the power of both had been several hundred years transferred to the emperors. Not possible to shew any civilized nation ever did it Who would be clergymen then? Full panelled calf, spine rubbed.
Iew [ Is it his wit or his spleen that he cannot govern? If I have strength enough to knock a man on the head, doth it follow I can raise him to life again? Full vellum. Full calf with red leather spine label.
Railing doth but provoke. Observe that this 64th paragraph just contradicts the former. Title page is shaved at the bottom with loss of printing details. It included an attack on Catholicismand Edward Meredith replied on the Catholic side. Index bound at the end. And Birds of a Feather are impartial in [
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He published some very able religio-philosophical treatises, from the Roman Catholic point of view; but, indeed, his writings altogether were enormous, so far as their number are concerned. Later full calf with Angel motif on boards.
They must dwindle into conventicles.
The "Account of Denmark," which he wrote on his return, was answered by Dr. See Appendix B, paragraphs 2 middle4, 7, a weapon-salve for the Churches wounds book beginning. Appendix A, thesis 7.
See Appendix A, lines theses 6—7 and Appendix B, paragraphs 4—6. The best use I conceiv [ A good conscience is not current coyne, in this worlds markets; It will not purchase one dish of meat, though with a good stomack, it makes most Excellent sawce; and will make the soule, a noble feast [ Ordained to act as clergy, but not govern in civil affairs; nor act without leave of the civil power.
And, Secondly, to discover the nature and tendency in general, of the work itself.
And on startled at the Alarm, asks, Where? And 1. The full title of the work is: "The Rights of the Christian Church asserted, against the Romish and all other Priests, who claim an independent Power over it: with a Preface concerning the Government of the Church of England, as by law established.
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Some worm damage affecting the inner margin with loss of a few letters of text on a few pages. Zustand: Very Good.
And it will appear, that this author, however versed in the practice, hath grossly transgressed the rules of nonsense, whose property it is neither to affirm nor deny since every visible assertion gathered from those few lines is absolutely false: For where was the necessity of excepting the doctrines expressed in Irenicum articles, since these are equally creatures of the civil power, having been established a weapon-salve for the Churches wounds book acts of parliament as well as the others.
Title page grubby. Spine slightly worn. See Chapter 3. The parliament may condemn all the Greek and Roman authors; can it therefore create new ones in their stead? Oh at [ Leaf b5 torn without loss.This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigationPages: A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the tjarrodbonta.com: Peter Goodrich.
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