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An epistle to the several congregations of the non-conformists
|Statement||by Cap. Robert Everard, now by Gods Grace a member of the Holy Catholick Church of Christ, shewing the reasons of his conversion and submission to the said Catholick Church|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 738:6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 40 p|
|Number of Pages||40|
By , there were already several of these congregations in England, and they mushroomed by The Separatists included many groups holding a variety of views. Some of them later helped populate such diverse churches as Quakers, Presbyterians, Congregationalists, and assorted independents and nonconformists. The six book-sellers proctor non-suited wherein the gross falsifications, and untruths, together with the inconsiderate and weak passages, found in the apologie for the said book-sellers, are briefly noted and evicted, and the said book-sellers proved so unworthy, both in their second beacon-fired, and likewise in their epistle written in the.
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Get this from a library. An epistle to the several congregations of the non-conformists. [Robert Everard]. Author/creator: Howgill, Francis, Format: Electronic and Book: Publication Info [London: s.n.], Description , 65 p. Supplemental Content. 'An Epistle to the several Congregations of the Non-Conformists' [Lond.?], 2nd edit.
8vo. In this work the author states the reason of his conversion to the catholic church. Replies to it were published by 'J. I.,' Matthew Poole, and Francis Howgill. Everard's work, commentary on the Book of Genesis, is dated towhen Everard was active in Leicestershire.
An Epistle to the several Congregations of the Non-Conformists [Lond.?], 2nd edit. In this work the author states the reason of his conversion to the Catholic Church. Non-conformists I've likely mentioned this before, but one of the classic 20th Century works in my faith tradition is a book by H.
Richard Niebuhr entitled, Christ and Culture. It speaks of several possible relationships between the two, "Christ against Culture, The Christ of Culture, Christ above Culture, Christ and Culture in Paradox," and Author: James Sledge.
The Popish Proselyte the Grand Fanatick. or an Antidote Against the Poyson of Captain Robert Everard's Epistle to the Several Congregations of the Non-Conformists () by.
Topics: Everard, Robert, fl. -- Epistle to the several congregations of the non-conformists., Catholic Church -- Controversial literature., Anti-Catholicism Author: Francis Howgill. An epistle to the several congregations of the non-conformists: X: Pub. in Paris, explaining his conversion to Catholicism: Howgill The True Rule, Judge and Guide E Ewens Thomas: many others: The Church of Christ in Bristol: Brewster: p.
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 London, 3d ed. ; 7th ed. The spirit of this book may be judged from the title and the following passage of the Epistle Dedicatory: 'Of all heretics and schismatics, the Anabaptists ought to be most carefully looked into, and severely punished, if not utterly exterminated and banished out of the Church and Kingdom.Revised: 25 May, [26 titles: 12 from 1st edition corrected; 5 elsewhere in OLL previously corrected; 9 new titles (8 still uncorrected)] Note: As corrections are made to the files, they will be made here first (the “Pages” section of the OLL) and then when completed the entire volume will be added to the main OLL collection (the “Titles” section.
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