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Author: Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657.
Title: A light for the ignorant or A treatise shevving, that in the nevv Testament, is set forth three kingly states or governments, that is, the civill state, the true ecclesiasticall state, and the false ecclesiasticall state.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A light for the ignorant or A treatise shevving, that in the nevv Testament, is set forth three kingly states or governments, that is, the civill state, the true ecclesiasticall state, and the false ecclesiasticall state.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657.

[Amsterdam: Richt Right Press] Seene and allowed, Printed in the yeare, 1638.
Alternate titles: Light for the ignorant or a treatise shewing, that in the new Testament, is set forth three kingly states or governments, that is, the civill state, the true ecclesiasticall state, and the false ecclesiasticall state. Treatise shewing, that in the new Testament, is set forth three kingly states or governments, that is, the civill state, the true ecclesiasticall state, and the false ecclesiasticall state.
Notes:
Anonymous. By John Lilburne.
Place of publication and press from STC.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Authority (Religion) -- Early works to 1800.
Church polity -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A05460.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Epistle to the Reader,
premises
The First particular Handled. These haue each of them a King or Head over them.
The Civill State.
The true Ecclesiasticall State:
The False Ecclesiasticall State.
Secondly, these haue each of thē a Kingly state or power pollitique
The Civill State.
The true Ecclesiasticall State.
The False Ecclesiasticall State.
Thirdly, these haue each of them bookes and Chartors to declare their minds to their Subjects.
The Civill State.
The true Ecclesiasticall State.
The False Ecclesiasticall State.
Fourthly, by vertue of these Charters, these three states make Citties and Corporations, according to their proper & distinct state & power pollitique.
The Civill State.
The true Ecclesiasticall State.
The False Ecclesiasticall State.
Fiftly These haue each of them proper and distinct officers belonging to each pollitique State.
The Civill State.
The true Ecclesiasticall State?
The false Ecclesiasticall State?
These haue each of them proper and severall lawes, statutes, ordinances, and administrations for their severall offi∣cers to attend vpon.
The Civill State
The true Ecclesiastcall State.
The false Ecclesiasticall State.
Seauentlhy, All these three haue their subjects or people which their pollitique Bodies consist of.
The Civill State
The true Ecclesiasticall State,
The False Ecclesiasticall State
differences
disproportion 1
The true Ecclesiasticall State
The False Ecclesiasticall State.
disproportion 2
The true Ecclesiasticall State,
The False Ecclesiasticall State.
disproportion 3
The true Ecclesiasticall State.
The False Ecclesiasticall State
disproportion 4
The true Ecclesiasticall State
The False Ecclesiasticall State.
disproportion 5
The true Ecclesiasticall State.
The false Ecclesiasticall State.
disproportion 6
The true Ecclesiasticall State.
The False Ecclesiasticall State.
disproportion 7
The true Ecclesiasticall State
The False Ecclesiasticall State.
The true definition of a true visible Church of Iesus Christ.