Apologetics 17th Century : A conference with a theist. Part II. : Shewing the defects of natural religion; the necessity of divine inspiration; the rationale of the mosaical laws, and defence of his miracles : together with an account of the deluge, the origin of sacrifices, and the reasonableness of Christ's mediatorship. / By William Nicholls ...; Nicholls, William,
Apologie For The Six Booksellers Subscribers Of The Second Beacon Fired : The six book-sellers proctor non-suited : wherein the gross falsifications, and untruths, together with the inconsiderate and weak passages, found in the apologie for the said book-sellers, are briefly noted and evicted, and the said book-sellers proved so unworthy, both in their second beacon-fired, and likewise in their epistle written in the defence of it, that they are out of the protection of any Christian, or reasonable apologie for either / by John Goodwin.; Goodwin, John,
Apology For The Failures Chargd On The Reverend Mr George Walkers Printed A : Apology for Mr. Walker fully vindicated : in a conflict with the author of the Reflections on the Apology. The Reflector's intellectual endowments, learning, and morals display'd. This paper, having waited above three months for the true narrative of the siege of Derry, is now publisht, chiefly, for the diversion of such as have read the Apology.
Apostasy Catholic Church : For the Pope, cardinals and Jesuites, and all the rest of his family of papists : being a discovery of 74 errors which they walk in, contrary to their own translation of the Scriptures ... : also here is 77 proofs taken out of the Scriptures, which proves the popes, cardinals, Jesuites and papists to be in the apostacy, from the apostles, and contrary to them, in life, doctrine and practice : and also herein is shewed, how that there is a recovery again out of their apostacy ... : likewise here is a challenge to the Pope, to give us some publick meeting in Germany ... / George Fox.; Fox, George,
Apostasy Catholic Church Early Works To 1800 : The pigeons flight : From out of Noes arke, ouer the floud, into the arke againe. Gen. chap. 8. vers. 8. Resembling well, the fall of heriticks, scismaticks, &c. out of holie Church, their continuaunce without, and returne againe. Deuided accordinglie, into three parts or smal treatises, viz. one discouering the arke or Church from whence they flye, fall, or are let out: the other describeth the flood ouer which the flight, & is called the annatomie of all heretical bodies or congregations: or discouerie of the inchanted castle or deluge towre of Babilon. The third discourseth of the end of the flight, & proueth that to be the Catholike Romain Church onely: with an exhortation to the same. Compiled by N.C. for his countrie sake.; N. C.,
Apostasy Christianity Early Works To 1800 : A warning from God to all apostates; or, the nature, great evil, and danger of apostacy discovered. : Wherein the fearful states of Francis Spira and John Child are compared; the latter whereof, under dismal despair, hang'd himself, Octob. 13. 1684.
Apostles History : The apostolical history : containing the acts, labours, travels, sermons, discourses, miracles, successes, and sufferings of the Holy Apostles from Christ's ascention to the destruction of Jerusalem by Titus : a brief description whereof is here inserted : also, a narration of the particular times and occasions upon which the apostolical epistles were written, together with a brief analytical paraphrase of them : to which is added (for the better understanding of this history) a map of the Apostle Paul's travels ... / by Samuel Cradock.; Cradock, Samuel,
Apostolic Succession History Of Doctrines Early Works To 1800 : The determination of the qvestion, concerning the divine right of episcopacie. / By the famous and learned divine Dr. Abrahamus Scultetus, late professour of divinity in the University of Heidelberg. Faithfully translated out of his observations upon the epistles to Timothy and Titus.; Scultetus, Abraham,