Christian Saints Legends Controversial Literature : Romes glory, or, A collection of divers miracles wrought by popish saints, both during their lives and after their deaths / collected out of their own authors for information of all true-hearted Protestants ; together with a prefatory discourse declaring the impossibility and folly of such vain impostures.; Burnet, Gilbert,
Christian Saints Pictorial Works Early Works To 1800 : The Seauen champions of Christendome : Saint George of England, Saint Denis of France, Saint Iames of Spaine, Saint Anthony of Italy, Saint Andrew of Scotland, Saint Patricke of Ireland, and Saint Dauid of Wales,
Christian Saints Worship : An appeal to Scripture & antiquity : in the questions of 1. the worship and invocation of saints and angels 2. the worship of images 3. justification by and merit of good works 4. purgatory 5. real presence and half-communion : against the Romanists / by H. Ferne ...; Ferne, H.
Christian Sects England Humour Early Works To 1800 : Don Quixot redivivus encountring a barns-door, or An exact narrative of the rare exploits of Captain Braines in a dangerous expedition against a certain barn in a town on the other side of the river Inne in the land of Little Ease, and Less Justice. Under the command of Tom Coxcomb signifier, an over-grown tapster, and principle-member of the disloyal Society of the Vitiosi, and of the corruption of the said town, and sometimes justler of the peace there.
Christian Sects England Sermons Early Works To 1800 : Leaven, corrupting the childrens bread; or Christs caveat to beware of sectaries and their dangerous doctrines. : In two sermons on Mark 8. 15. The former preached in the Cathedrall Church of Lincoln, at the lecture, on Wednesday, October 1. 1645. The latter in another auditorie. / By John Clarke, B. D. and pastor of the church of Fiskerton, neere Lincoln.; Clarke, John,
Christian Sects Great Britain : A new sect of religion descryed, called Adamites : deriving their religion from our father Adam : wherein they hold themselves to be blamelesse at the last day, though they sinne never so egregiously, for they challenge salvation as their due from the innocencie of their second Adam : this was first disclosed by a brother of the same sect to the author, who went along with this brother, and saw all these passages following / by Samoth Yarb.; Yarb, Samoth,
Christian Sects Massachusetts Controversial Literature : Wine for Gospel wantons, or, Cautions against spirituall drunkenness : being the brief notes of a sermon preached at Cambridge in New-England, upon a day of publick fasting and prayer throughout the colony / by that reverend servant of the Lord, Mr. Thomas Shepard, deceased.; Shepard, Thomas,