Divine Right Of Kings Controversial Literature : The letter which was sent to the author of the doctrine of passive obedience and jure divino disproved &c. answered and refuted : wherein is proved to the meanest capacity, that monarchy was not originally from God : that kings are not by divine appointment but that all government proceeds from the people ... / by a true son of the Church of England.; True son of the Church of England.
Divine Right Of Kings Controversial Literature Early Works To 1800 : The letter which was sent to the author of the doctrine of passive obedience and jure divino disproved, &c. answered and refuted : wherein is proved, that monarchy was not originally from God. That kings are not by divine appointment, but that all government proceeds from the people. That the obedience required in Scripture, is to the laws of the land, and no otherwise. That resisting of arbitary power is lawful. That the oath of allegiance to to the late King James was dissolved before the Prince of Orange (our present King) landed. That upon the non-performance of an oath on one side, the other becomes void, is plainly prov'd from several examples in scripture. That protection is the only cause of allegiance, and that obedience or allegiance is due to the present government is proved from Scripture, law and reason; and those texts of scriptures which relate to government, or monarchy, are explained.; True son of the Church of England.
Divine Right Of Kings Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : The royall advocate. Or, An introduction to the magnificent and honourable laws of Jehovah the Lord Christ, now contaminated and despised by the present army-men of this nation. : Asserting and controverting the holinesse, righteousness, perfectnesse, and universallity thereof, of divine right: in opposition to the heathenish, and antichristian laws, traditions, and vaine imaginations of the past and present, pretended Christian magistrates of this nation which they yet so much dote upon and endeavour to support, against the alone law giver, lord of heaven and earth, god of gods, king of kings, and lord of lords. / Published by John Spittle-house, now a prisoner for his testimony against the idolatry and tryanny of the present army men, priests, lawyers &c ...; Spittlehouse, John.