4 edition of His Maiesties resolution concerning the establishment of religion and church-government found in the catalog.
His Maiesties resolution concerning the establishment of religion and church-government
|Other titles||Declaration of both Houses of Parliament|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1683:27|
|Contributions||Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649, Great Britain. Parliament.|
|The Physical Object|
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Get this from a library. His Maiesties resolution concerning the establishment of religion and church-government.: Also, His Majesties speech to the gentry of the county of York, attending His Majesty at the city of York, on Thursday the of May.
Whereunto is annexed, the declaration of both Houses of Parliament, May Ordered by the Lords and. His Maiesties resolution concerning the establishment of religion and church-government: wherein, he is graciously pleased to give his loyall subjects satisfaction concerning his constancie to the Protestant faith, who have bin formerly jealous of His Majesties intention to alter the practice of religion in this kingdome: whereunto is annexed, the declaration of both.
THE CHURCH – “The Establishment of the Church 2 a. When chapters have been read, the word “church” has not been mentioned.
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Concerning the VERSES of the Bible. The papers which passed at Nevv-Castle betwixt His sacred Majestie and Mr Alex: Henderson concerning the change of church-government. Anno Dom. Charles I, King of England, / [Printed in the Yeare, i.e.
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A Narrative of the Attempted Escapes of Charles the First from Carisbrook Castle, and of his Detention in the Isle of Wight, from November,to the Seizure of His Person by the Army, at Newport, in November, (London: R. Bentley, ), by George Hillier (multiple formats at Google) The Picture Gallery of Charles I (London: Seeley and.
Annotations “[F]or the men who wrote the Religion Clauses of the First Amendment the ‘establishment’ of a religion connoted sponsorship, financial support, and active involvement of the sovereign in religious activity.” 55 “[The] Court has long held that the First Amendment reaches more than classic, 18th-century establishments.” 56 However, the Court’s reading of.
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Church Establishment in an Independent Scotland John S Ross The Establishment Principle in Scotland The Establishment Principle is founded on Christ’s headship, as taught in such places as Ephesians and expounded in Chapter 23 of The Westminster Confession of Faith, and also in The Form of Church Government.
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After the Sermon, the Minister who hath Preached shall in the face of the Congregation; demand of him who is now to be ordained concerning his faith in Christ Jesus, and his perswasion of the truth of the Reformed Religion according to the Scripture; His sincere intentions and ends in desiring to enter into this Calling; His diligence in.
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Lawne and others, against the English Exiled Church in Amsterdam (), but eventually Studley was excommunicated. The simplest form of legal procedure was the act by which the possessor of a jus got his antagonist — generally by forceful means — before the magistrate, and the simplest decision was the latter’s peremptory order to the plaintiff to abandon his attempt to carry out his pretended [*fictional] jus, or to the defendant to come, to cease to.
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16th and 17th century Protestant religious movement that sought to "purify" the Church of England in more Reformed Protestant directions. The movement was Calvinistic in theology -and Presbyterian or Congregational in church government.
The church reform impulses were continued in America, primarily in New England where it was a major cultural. It is the precondition of all religion, without which no religion would ever have arisen; and it forms the silent assumption of all attempts to expound the origin of religion in fraud or political artifice, as it does also of all corruptions of religion, which find their nerve in men's incurable religious propensities (I.
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A Stated Meeting of the Society was held at No. 25 Beacon Street, Boston, on Thursday, 24 March,at three o’clock in the afternoon, the President, George Lyman Kittredge, LL.D., in the chair.
The Records of the last Stated Meeting were read and approved. The Corresponding Secretary reported that letters had been received from Mr. Adams Sherman Hill of Boston, and. Debate concerning the English Liturgy drawn out in two English and two Latin Epistles, written betwixt Edward Hyde and John Ley, u.
Discourses or Disputations, chiefly concerning matters of Religion, v. Animadversions on two printed Books of .Leveller Tracts - Table of Contents Table of Contents of Tracts on Liberty by the Levellers and their Critics, 7 vols.
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1. 29 January - [William Walwyn], Tolleration Justified, and Persecution Condemn’d. In an Answer or Examination, of the London-ministers Letter Whereof, Many of them are of the Synod, and yet framed this Letter at Sion-Colledge; to be sent among others, to themselves at the Assembly: in behalf of Reformation and Church-government, 2 Corinth, II.