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|Pagination||, 38, , 24, 492 p. ;|
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Perspectives on Church Government features five chapters written by five different scholars. Each chapter defends a different view of church government and ends with responses from the other four scholars. No single view of church government should be considered an essential tenet of Christian orthodoxy, Brand and Norman write in the introduction. Christian sects -- Early works to See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.. Broader terms: Christian sects; Church history -- Early works to ; Early works to
The Antinomian Disputations, as they’ve come to be known, were a series of six disputations dealing with the role of the Law in the Church, though only four of them were actually debated. These disputations took place between the years and Why? Because "all are satisfied of the infallible truth of Scripture, and the fitness of its expressions, that are not like to be satisfied by man's" (Richard Baxter, Five Disputations of Church Government and Worship, London, , ). Second, this practice provides a plumb line to test our pastoral instincts.
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Get this from a library. Five disputations of church government and worship. [Richard Baxter]. Whether a stinted liturgie or form and worship. book worship be a desireable means for the peace of these churches?--V. Whether humane ceremonies be necessary or profitable to the church.
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By Richard Baxter. Abstract , 38, , 24, uction of original in Cambridge University part except the first, has special t.p., dated I. Whether it be necessary or profitable to the right order or peace of the churches of England. Full text of "Five disputations of church-government, and worship" See other formats.
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Summarised from Baxter, Five Disputations,  Archbishop Usher, The Reduction of Episcopacy unto the form of Synodical Governments received in the Ancient Church, proposed in the Year as expedient for the prevention of those Troubles which afterwards arise about the Matter of Church-Government.
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To which is added an appendix conteining a rejoynder to diverse things both in the Key for Catholicks, and in the book of Disputations about church-government and worship, &c.
Together with a letter to the learned and reverend Dr. Heylin, concerning Mr. Hickman and Mr. Bagshaw. The new discoverer discover'd by way of answer to Mr. Baxter his pretended discovery of the Grotian religion, with the several subjects therein conteined: to which is added an appendix conteining a rejoynder to diverse things both in the Key for Catholicks, and in the book of disputations about church-government and worship, &c.: together with a letter to the learned and reverend Dr.
Heylin. Baxter's prefatory letter to the second disputation, to the “Christian Reader,” in Five Disputations of Church Government, and Worship (), sigs. P4v–Q. For the rise of “Laudianism” see Tyacke, Nicolas, Anti-Calvinists: The Rise of English Arminianism, c.
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Baxter, Richard, Five disputations of church-government and worship / (London: Printed by R.W. for Nevil Simmons and by Thomas Johnson) (page images at HathiTrust) Baxter, Richard, Five disputations of church-government and worship by Richard Baxter.Richard Baxter, Five Disputations of Church Government, and Worship (London: Nevil Simmons, ), Preface to the Second Disputation.
 Baxter, Treatise of Episcopacy,  W Lamont, Puritanism and Historical Controversy (London: UCL Press, ), Such were the disputations of Zurich,of Swiss Baden,and of Berne, In all of these the result was the abolition of Catholic worship and in their opinion the desecration of churches and religious institutions.
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