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A discourse concerning a guide in matters of faith: with respect especially to the Romish pretence of the necessity of such a one as is infallible. A discourse concerning a guide in matters of faith; with respect, especially, to the Romish pretence of the necessity of such a one as is infallible. () Popery not founded on scripture () A discourse concerning the Ecclesiastical commission open'd in the jerusalem-chamber, October the 10th; (). A discourse concerning a guide in matters of faith; with respect, especially, to the romish pretence of the necessity of such a one as is infallible. Especially, because at length I perfitly understood, that papistry in all ages, had civill warres against it self. Which thing is made so cleare and manifest by this little book, as more shall not need to be wished. I haue charitably and faith∣fully penned it, principally and chiefly for thy sake.
A second discourse in vindication of the Protestant grounds of faith, against the pretence of infallibility in the Roman Church in answer to The guide in controversies by R.H., Protestancy without principles, and Reason and religion, or, The certain rule of faith by E.W.: with a particular enquiry into the miracles of the Roman Church / by. 2 A Discourse Concerning a Guide in Matters of Faith; With Respect, Especially, to the Romish Pretence of the Necessity of such a One as is Infallible. () 3 A Discourse Concerning the Ecclesiastical Commission, Opened in the Jerusalem-Chamber, on Oct. 10, (). ADVERTISEMENT. The original plan of my father, the late Dr. Robertson, with respect to the History of America, comprehended not only an account of the discovery of that country, and of the conquests and colonies of the Spaniards, but embraced also the history of the British and Portuguese establishments in the New World, and of the settlements made by the several . Introduction. H AVING, in a former discourse, endeavoured to lay * firmly the first foundations of religion, in the certainty of the existence and of the attributes of God, by proving, severally and distinctly:—. That something must needs have existed from eternity, and how great soever the difficulties are, which perplex the conceptions and apprehensions we attempt to frame of an .
1. The Greek word Apocrypha, hidden, that is, hidden or secret books, was early applied by the fathers of the Christian church to anonymous or spurious books that falsely laid claim to be a part of the inspired word. By some, as Jerome, the term was extended to all the books incorporated by the Alexandrine Jews, in their Greek version, into the proper canon of the Old Testament, a . The Huntyng and Fynding Out of the Romish Fox. whiche more than seven yeares hath beene hyd among the Byshoppes of England, after that the Kynges Hyghnes, Henry VIII, had commanded hym to be dryven out of hys Realme.. written by. Wyllyam Turner, Doctour of Physicke, and formerly Fellow of Pembroke College in Cambridge. Foxes have holes and . Locke’s Letter and Evangelical Tolerance. John Locke’s Letter Concerning Toleration was one of the seventeenth century’s most eloquent pleas to Christians to renounce religious persecution. It was also timely. It was written in Latin in Holland in , just after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, and published in Latin and English in , just after the English parliament conceded. THOMAS BELS MOTIVES: CONCERNING ROMISH FAITH AND RELIGION. Exod. cap. 8. vers. 〈 in non-Latin alphabet 〉 Printed by Iohn Legate, printer to the Vniversitie of Cambridge. And are to be sold at the signe of the Sunne in Paules Churchyard in London.