Five disputations of church-government, and worship. I. Whether it be necessary or profitable to the right order or peace of the churches of England, that we restore the extruded episcopacy? Neg. II. Assert. Those who nullifie our present ministry and churches, which have not the prelatical ordination, and teach the people to do the like, do incur the guilt of grievous sin. III. An episcopacy desirable for the reformation, preservation and peace of the churches. IV. Whether a stinted liturgie or form of worship be a desireable means for the peace of these churches? V. Whether humane ceremonies be necessary or profitable to the Church? By Richard Baxter

Publication Date1659
Extent[10], 38, [10], 24, 492 p.
Publisherprinted by R[obert]. W[hite]. for Nevil Simmons, bookseller in Kederminster, and are to be sold by him there, and by N[athaniel]. Ekins at the Gun, and by J[ohn]. Baker at the Peacock in Pauls Church-yard


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