An Apologeticall Narration Humbly Submitted To The Honourable Houses Of Par : A reply of two of the brethren to A.S. : wherein you have observations on his considerations, annotations, &c. Upon the apologeticall narration. With a plea for libertie of conscience for the apologists church way; against the cavils of the said A. S. formerly called M. S. to A. S. Humbly submitted to the judgements of all rationall, and moderate men in the world. With a short survey of W. R. his Grave confutation of the separation, and some modest, and innocent touches on the letter from Zeland, and Mr. Parker's from New-England.
An Apologie For Mr John Goodwin : The apologist condemned: or, A vindication of the Thirty queries (together with their author) concerning the power of the civil magistrate in matters of religion. : By way of answer to a scurrilous pamphlet, published (as it seems) by some poposalist, under the mock-title of An apologie for Mr John Goodwin. Together with a brief touch upon another pamphlet, intituled, Mr J. Goodwin's queries questioned. By the author of the said Thirty queries.; Goodwin, John,
Anabaptists Anatomizd : A plea for anti-pædobaptists, : against the vanity and falshood of scribled papers, entituled, The anabaptists anatomiz'd and silenc'd in a public dispute at Abergaveny in Monmouth-shire Sept. 5. 1653. Betwixt John Tombes, John Cragg, and Henry Vaughan, touching infant-baptism. By John Tombes, B.D.; Tombes, John,
Anabaptists Apologetic Works England Early Works To 1800 : A declaration concerning the publike dispute which should have been in the publike meeting-house of Alderman-bury, the 3d. of this instant moneth of December; concerning infants-baptisme : Together, with some of the arguments which should then have been propounded and urged by some of those that are falsly called anabaptists, which should then have disputed. Viz. By Benjamin Coxe. Hanserd Knollys. William Kiffen, &c. Published for the satisfaction of those that desire information
Anabaptists Controversial Literature Germany Early Works To 1800 : Moderation: or Arguments and motives tending thereunto, humbly tendred to the Honourable Members of Parliament. : As also indifferently calculated for common consideration. Together with a brief touch of the reputed German Anabaptists, and Munster tragedy. / By S.T.; S. T.
Anabaptists England 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : Seven questions about the controversie betweene the Church of England, and the Separatists and Anabaptists, : breifely [sic] discussed. 1. Whether is the Church of England as it now stands a true church? 2. Whether the Church of England be a right nationall church? 3. Whether are the ministers in the Church of England sent of God, and so are true ministers or not? 4. Whether is the baptisme of infants a true and lawfull baptisme or no? 5. Whether it be lawfull to be rebaptized or not? 6. Whether it is lawfull to separate from all the publike ordinances and Christian assemblies in our English church, because there are some defects in discipline, and in other things amongst us? 7. Whether is it necessarie to demolish our churches (steeple-houses as the Separatists call them,) and to build them in other places, because they were built by idolators for idolatrous worship, were abused with images, and dedicated to saints? By Immanuel Knutton, preacher of Gods word at Beeston in Nottingham shire [sic].; Knutton, Immanuel,
Anabaptists England Apologetic Works Early Works To 1800 : A plea for tolleration of opinions and perswasions in matters of religion, : differing from the Church of England. Grounded upon good authority of Scripture, and the practice of the primitive times. Shewing the unreasonablenesse of prescribing to other mens faith, and the evil of persecuting differing opinions. / Humbly presented to the kings most excellent majesty, by John Sturgion, a member of the Baptized People.; Sturgion, John.
Anabaptists England Catechisms : The catechist catechized, or, An examination of an Anabaptistical catechism : pretended to be published for the satisfaction and information of the people of God in Lancashire &c. : also some observations both old and new concerning the pretended visibility ... of the present Roman Church and religion / sent to a gentleman upon his revolt to popery and now published for the churches good by Richard Hollingworth.; Hollingworth, Richard,
Anabaptists England Creeds Early Works To 1800 : A brief confession or declaration of faith. (Lately presented to King Charles the Second) : set forth by many of us, who are (falsely) called Ana-baptists, to inform all men (in these days of scandal and reproach) of our innocent beleef and practise; for which wee are not only resolved to suffer persecution, to the losse of our goods, but also life it self, rather than to decline the same. Subscribed by certain elders, deacons, and brethren, met at London, in the behalf of themselves, and many others unto whom they belong; in London, and in several counties of this nation, who are of the same faith with us.
Anabaptists England London Doctrines Early Works To 1800 : A declaration of some of those people in or near London, called Anabaptists, : that own, and beleeve, that Gods love, in the death of his son, is extended to all men; and that are in the belief and practice of the doctrine of Christ, contained in Hebrew 6. 1, 2. Humbly presented to the high court of Parliament, and the people of this Common-wealth.
Anabaptists English Early Works To 1800 : An answer to a scandalous paper, lately sent to the right Honourable the Lord Mayor, touching a late dispute intended by the Anabaptists with the Presbyterians. : As also, a briefe discovery of the grosse mistakes and confused puslements of Anabaptisticall spirits in the point of rebaptising, according to Mr. Saltmarsh, in somelate [sic] exceptions here recited. With a reply to the main arguments of F.C. the great Anabaptisticall champion / by a well-willer and daily desierer [sic] of a happy settlement of truth and peace.; Well-Willer and Daily Desierer of a Happy Settlement of Truth and Peace.
Anabaptists Germany Munster : Munster and Abingdon, or, The open rebellion there [brace] and [brace] unhappy tumult here : (bred in the same wombe) that from Sleidans Comm. L. 10. [brace] [brace] this from eye and eare witnesses : with marginal notes of Mvncer and Mahomet, faithfully communicated to English readers, in a booke and postscript, for a seasonable caution to the British nation and a serious check to rash and giddy spirits / by W.H.; Hughes, William,
Anabaptists Great Britain 17th Century : The fourth humble address of several societies of baptized believers (commonly called Anabaptists) in the county of Lincoln; : humbly presented to Charles the II. King of Great Brittain, &c. containing their faithful representation, sober vindication, true thankfulness, peaceable and constant resolution, and humble petition, &c.
Anabaptists Ireland Early Works To 1800 : To you that are called Anabaptists in the nation of Ireland : teachers and people, who profess your selves to be the Church of Christ; this is the word of the Lord God unto you.; Burrough, Edward,