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The perpetual gouernement of Christes Church: Wherein are handled ; the fatherly superioritie which God first established in the patriarkes for the guiding of his Church, and after continued in the tribe of Leui and the prophetes ; and lastlie confirmed in the New Testament to the Apostles and their successours: as also the points in question at this day ; touching the Iewish Synedrion: the.
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Get this from a library. An attestation of many learned, godly, and famous divines, lightes of religion, and pillars of the Gospell: iustifying this doctrine, viz. That the Church-governement ought to bee alwayes with the peoples free consent.
Also this ; that a true Church vnder the Gospell contayneth no more ordinary congregations but one. Identifier: perpetualgoverne00bils. Title: The perpetual governement of Christes Church: wherein are handled, the fatherly superioritie which God first established in the partriarkes for the guiding of his church.
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Bilson, Thomas, The perpetual gouernement of Christes Church (). That the Church- governement ought to bee alwayes with the peoples free consent (). Jacob, Henry,A Christian and modest offer of a most indifferent conference, or disputation, about the maine and principall controversies betwixt the prelats, and the late silenced and Cited by: E-book Add to basket Remove from basket Print Bilson, Thomas.
The perpetual governement of Christes Church. Printer's name from STC. With a final errata leaf. The malice of hir hart being planelie perceaved, deliberatioun was had what was to be done. It was concluded, that the Lordis, Barronis, and gentil men, with thare substantious housholdis, should remane in Edinburgh that hole winter, for establissing of the Church In MS.
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A compendious discourse upon the case, as it stands between the Church of England and of Rome on the one hand, and again between the same Church of England and those congregations which have divided from it on the other hand together with the treatise of the division of the English church and the Romish, upon the Reformation / enlarged with.
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A stiff partisan of the Church of England, he wrote such polemical works as The True Difference betweene Christian Subjection and Unchristian Rebellion () and The Perpetual Governement of Christes Church ().
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Your 'avatar' tells me you follow my blog. Wednesday, 28 December Thomas Bilson - Jacobean courtier bishop. Yea, the whole Book of Daniel is not about Prophecy [though it does marvelously contain it], not about Babylon [though it does contain it in several modes], not about Nebuchadnezzar or Kingdoms [though it does contain them], not even about Daniel or his three friends [though they are part of it], but rather the whole Book is about CHRIST JESUS, the very "GOD/LORD/MOST HIGH GOD" [throughout the.
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and ) refer to sidenotes on those pages. Other asterisks will be seen in. It contains the concluding portion of the First Book of Discipline, but several of the paragraphs in Book Fourth of the History are abridged or omitted. XIII. (3.)—A copy of the same volume, with these portions similarly supplied, and including both the First and Second Books of Discipline, appeared at the sale of George Paton's.
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Shct chavura tudor protestant political thought – ITEM, The xxix. day of December, the zeir of God, zeires, quhilk was the last day of this Parliament, the samin being continued, to the xj. day of Julij nixt-to-cum: Our Soveraine Lord, with advise of his Regent, and the three Estaites of Parliament, hes ordained, and ordainis, all and sindrie the foirsaidis Acts of Parliament, to be.
Yet, when I found that the so-called Reformed Presbyterian Church of Scotland would so impose upon the readers of their testimony, as to condemn the very same Acts of Parliament as are embodied within the National Covenant of Scotland, which the said Church professes to uphold, some holy anger was stirred, and I was again motivated to the same.
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