A moderate, seasonable apology for indulging just Christian liberty to truly tender consciences, conforming to the publike liturgy

Publication Date1662
RemainderIn, not bowing at, or to the name of Jesus; and not kneeling in the act of receiving the Lords Supper; according to His Majesties most gracious declaration to all his loving subjects, concerning ecclesiastical affairs. Comprising the principal reasons for their nonconformity in point of judgement, conscience, (not humour or schism) to these two ceremonies; the first whereof is at large discussed both as a pretended duty of the text, or necessary ceremony grounded on Philippians 2. 9, 10, 11. and its true original, progresse, abuses in the Church of Rome fully discovered. The second briefly and occasionally touched, as inferred from that text. (p. 64 to 90.) In three serious and sober inquiries, concerning bowing at the name of Jesus; compiled above 30. years since: published (with some few additions) to prevent uncharitable censures, and satisfy or pacify all of contrary judgement and practise in these particulars. By William Prynne Esquire, a bencher of Lincolnes Inne.
Extent[20], 151, [1] p.
Publisherprinted for the author by T[homas]. C[hilde]. and L[eonard]. P[arry]



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