Against the revolt to a foreign jurisdiction, which would be to England its perjury, church-ruine, and slavery

Publication Date1691
RemainderIn two parts. I. The history of mens endeavors to introduce it. II. The confutation of all pretences for it. Fully stating the controversie, and proving, that there is no soveraign power of legislation, judgment and execution over the whole Church on earth, aristocratical or monarchical, but only Christs: especially against the aristocratists who place it in a council or college. By Richard Baxter, an earnest desirer of the Churches concord, and therefore an enemy to all false terms, and dividing engines, and self-exalting sects; and a defender of Christ's own assigned terms, which take in all the true Christians in the world, and are injurious or cruel to none. To be offered to the next convocation,
Extent[14], 552 p.
Publisherprinted for Tho. Parkhurst at the Bible and Three Crowns, at the lower end of Cheapside, near Mercers Chapel




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