Reformed Church England London History Early Works To 1800 : Theses seu articuli è sacræ scripturæ fontibus desumpti, : ex quibus non solùm diutini in Ecclesia Christi Belgio-germanica Londinensi dissid[ij] causa perspici, sed & quos hoc potissimùm tempore, emergentibus nouis Eccles[ij]s proponere prorsus vtile est. = Sett-artikelen wt grondt der heyliger Schrifft genomen: waer-wt niet alleene de grondt der langdueriger twist in der Nederduydtschen Gemeinte Christi to Londen ontstaen, licht te siens is, mer ock die seer nutte sijn, insunderheit te deser tijdt, den nieuwe-opgaenden kercken voor te houdene.
Reformed Church Government Early Works To 1800 : Corpus disciplinæ: or The discipline together with the form of all ecclesiasticall administrations used in the Dutch-churches within this kingdom. : Agreeing with the reformed churches of the United-Provinces in the low countreys. Wherein also is comprised the confession of faith of the said churches, and the catechisme, with a brief abstract thereof, for the benefit of those that are to be admitted to the sacrament of the Lords supper. Published by the ministers and elders of the Dutch congregation in London.
Reformed Church History : By the King : Charles by the grace of God, King of England ... whereas wee haue receiued certaine information ... of the most distressed and lamentable estate of the poore exiled ministers of the Palatinate ...; England and Wales.
Reformed Churches Doctrines : Eirenikon: or, A way of peace. : Wherein, the church of God may safely walk (amidst the many distractions wherewith she is now intangled) and happily arrive (by Gods blessing) at a city of habitation. Marked out unto her; by the most juditious travellers, and experienced guides of our times: divers reverend and learned divines.
Reformed Churches Government : A counter-essay, or, A vindication and assertion of Calvin and Beza's presbyterian judgment and principles : drawn from their writings, in answer to the imputations of a late pamphlet, entituled, An essay concerning church-government ... attempting to fasten upon them an episcopal perswasion ... / by a minister of the true Presbyterian Church of Scotland, established by law.; Forrester, Thomas,