Idolatry England Early Works To 1800 : Anthropolatria; or, The sinne of glorying in men, : especially in eminent ministers of the Gospel. : Wherein is set forth the nature and causes of this sinne, as also, the many pernicious effects which at all times this sinne hath produced, and with which the Church of Christ is still infected. : With some serious disswasives from this sinne, and directions to prevent the infection thereof. : A discourse usefull, and in these times very seasonable. / By John Tombes, B.D. and preacher of Gods word to the Honourable Societies of the Temples.; Tombes, John,
Idolatry In Art : Idolizing pictures : idolatry, iconoclasm and Jewish art.; Julius, Anthony.
Idolatry In Literature : Reformations of the body : idolatry, sacrifice, and early modern theater / Jennifer Waldron.; Waldron, Jennifer Elizabeth,
Idolatry Sermons : Four godlye sermons agaynst the polution of idolatries : comforting men in persecutions, and teaching them what comodities thei shal finde in Christs church / which were preached in Frenchby the most famous clarke Ihon Caluine ; and translated firste into Latin, and afterward into Englyshe by diuers godly learned men.; Calvin, Jean,
Idols And Images England : The sham-indictment quash'd : being a true account of what passed at the Old-Baily the 20th of May, 1681, when the minister of Alhallows-Barkin, London, answered to Mr. Whitaker's indictment : together with some just reflections upon a libel called, The birth and burning of St. Michael, &c., lately published / by a lover of the loyal parish of Barkin.; Sanders, Jonathan.