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Dr. Wells"s controversial treatises against the dissenters ...
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Get this from a library. Wells's controversial treatises: viz. A letter to a dissenting parishioner. A letter to Mr. Dowley a dissenting teacher. A copy of Mr. Dowley's letter to Dr. Wells, with the Dr's answer.
Testimonies concerning the lawfulness of the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England, and the unlawfulness of separating from it. The first work was printed in and the second work printed in by Mr. Dowley', Third edition. Title: Dr. Wells's controversial treatises against the dissenters: Seller Rating: % positive.
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He was the son of Edward Wells, vicar of Corsham, was admitted to Westminster School inand elected to a scholarship at Christ Church, Oxford, in He graduated B.A. in and M.A. in He was inducted to the rectory of Cotesbach, Leicestershire, on 2 Januaryand he was awarded the degrees of B.D.
and D.D. on 5 April Dr. Wells's controversial treatises against the dissenters. by Edward Wells 1 edition Accessible book, Early works toChurch of England, Presbyterian Church, Religious Dissenters, Astronomy, Chronology, Ordination, Sundials.
 in Wells, Edward, Dr. Wells's controversial treatises. Oxford,cop. Morgan I Description: 3 preliminary leaves, 58 pages 16 cm: Other Titles: Lawfulness of the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England. His Friends of Dr Williams's Library lecture Dr Williams's Library - 'a good library, under the direction of the dissenters' was published in He is preparing a history of Dr Williams's Library and Trust ALAN ARGENT is Research Fellow at Dr Williams's Library, London and minister of Trinity Congregational Church, Brixton.
He has written a biography of Elsie Chamberlain, a history of Congregationalism in the twentieth century and has edited The Angels' Voice for the London Record Society. His Friends of Dr Williams's Library lecture Dr Williams's Library - 'a good Author: Alan Argent.
Browne's major tracts: A Book which sheweth the Life and Manners of all true Christians (); A Treatise upon of Matthewe and, Treatise of Reformation without Tarrying for Anie () the latter his major work was published in Holland.
The books were quickly banned by the authorities. Bowker, Margaret,‘Some archdeacons’ court books and the Commons' Supplication against the Ordinaries of ', in The Study of Medieval Records: Essays in Honour of Kathleen Major, ed.
Bullough, D. and Storey, R. (), – The two most important pamphlets of were both concerned with ecclesiastical affairs—the acute New Test of the Church of England’s Loyalty and the notorious Shortest Way with the Dissenters. The latter may have been designed both to serve the whigs and to reassure those dissenters who had not liked or understood Defoe’s attitude on the now burning question of occasional conformity.
ENGLISH DISSENTERS: WHO WERE THEY. From the 16 th century on, there were a number of English Dissenters who made names for themselves and their religious beliefs throughout the Colonies.
These Protestants had chosen to separate themselves from the mighty Church of England, as they were gravely opposed to state interference when it came to matters of religious beliefs.
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Richard Baxter (12 November – 8 December ) was an English Puritan church leader, poet, hymnodist, theologian, and controversialist. Dean Stanley called him "the chief of English Protestant Schoolmen". After some false starts, he made his reputation by his ministry at Kidderminster, and at around the same time began a long and prolific career as theological writer.
After the. Edward Wells (–) was an English mathematician, geographer, and controversial theologian. He was the son of Edward Wells, vicar of Corsham, Wiltshire. He was admitted to Westminster School inand elected to a scholarship at Christ Church, Oxford, Seller Rating: % positive.
A novel contribution to the age-old debate about free will versus determinism. Do we consciously cause our actions, or do they happen to us. Philosophers, psychologists, neuroscientists, theologians, and lawyers have long debated the existence of free will versus determinism.
In this book Daniel Wegner offers a novel understanding of the issue. Like actions, he argues, the feeling of conscious. A Catalogue and Guide. Alan Argent. Suffolk, England. But as we learned last week, Wells isn't interested in Barry as a superhero so much as his metahuman abilities.
Which makes it undeniable that Harrison Wells is a villain on The Flash. The book also features the first modern, annotated edition of this important but long-overlooked poem.
Modeled after Alexander Pope's satiric masterpiece, the Dunciad, Dwight's poem took aim at a number of his contemporaries, but its principal target was Congregationalist Charles Chauncy, author of a controversial treatise asserting "the.
In support of the bill he wrote ‘The Wolf stript of his Shepherd's Cloathing, in answer to a late celebrated Book intituled “Moderation a Vertue” [see Owen, James, –], wherein the Designs of the Dissenters against the Church are laid open. With the case of Occasional Conformity considered,’ &c., London,4to.
Filed under: Bacon, Francis, -- Controversial literature. A treatise of treasons against Q. Elizabeth, and the croune of England diuided into two partes: whereof, the first parte answereth certaine treasons pretended, that neuer were intended: and the second, discouereth greater treasons committed, that are by few perceiued: as more.Vindiciae veritatis: truth vindicated against calumny in a briefe answer to Dr.
Bastwicks two late books, entituled, Independency not Gods ordinance, with the second part, styled The postscript, &c. / (London: Printed by M.S. for Gyles Calvert, and are to be sold at his shop at the west end of Pauls, ), by Henry Burton, Giles Calvert, and.Perhaps it may be said, That the Church is in no immediate danger from the Dissenters; and therefore it is time enough.
45 But this is a weak answer. For first. If the danger be real, the distance of it is no argument against, but rather a spur to quicken us to Prevention, lest it .