|Author:||Robartes, Foulke, 1580?-1650.|
|Title:||The reuenue of the Gospel is tythes, due to the ministerie of the word, by that word. Written by Foulke Robartes Batchelour of Diuinitie.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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The reuenue of the Gospel is tythes, due to the ministerie of the word, by that word. Written by Foulke Robartes Batchelour of Diuinitie.
Robartes, Foulke, 1580?-1650.
[Cambridge]: Printed by Cantrel Legge printer to the Vniuersitie of Cambridge, 1613.
|Alternate titles:||Revenue of the Gospel is tythes, due to the ministerie of the word, by that word Revenue of the Gospel is tythes, due to the ministerie of the word, by that word.|
With a final errata leaf.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Tithes -- Early works to 1800.
❧ REVEREN∣DO in Christo Patri ac Domino, IOHANNI IE∣GONO, diuinâ prouidentia Episcopo NORDOVICI vigilantissimo, Diocesano suo indulgentissimo. ET ❧ HONOR A∣TISSIMO viro, ED∣VARDO COKO Militi, summo totius ANGLIAE Institi∣ario, Serenissimi Regiae Ma•••a•i à Consius sanribus, Do∣no suo singulari.
ROB. HILL, Theol. Profess.
TO THE RIGHT WORSHIP FVLL SE∣NATE AND SOCIETIE OF THE MAYOR, SHERIFES, AND COM∣mons of that Religious and well-gouerned Citie and Countie of NORVVICH, increase of pietie, true fame, and all prosperitie.
In librum Foulconis Robartesij de rediti∣bus Euangelij.
In loue to the Author and Cause.
De decimarum debitione, &c.
THE REVENVE OF THE GOSPEL.
CHAP. I. The labourer is worthie of his hire.
CHAP. II. The due hire of the Ministerie is neither mens curtesie, nor that new deuised competencie.
CHAP. III. The tenth part of the increase of euery mans goods is Gods part by especi∣all right.
CHAP. IIII. Tythes by a deputed or assigned right, are due to those who are Gods ministers in holy things.
CHAP. V. It is most agreeable vnto equi∣tie, that Ministers haue this deputed right in tythes.
CHAP. VI. The practise of paying tythes in the olde Testament, both before and vn∣der the lawe.
CHAP. VII. The practise of tything mentioned and confirmed by the newe Testament.
CHAP. VIII. The practise of tything in the times next succeeding the Apostles.
CHAP. IX. The iudgement of the auncient Fa∣thers concerning tythes.
CHAP. X. The iudgement and practise of hea∣then concerning tythes.
CHAP. XI. How Lay men became owners and possessours of tythes.
CHAP. XII. The distinction of tythes into prediall and personall: the iniurious customes of these times; the diduction of expences in per∣sonall tythes.
CHAP. XIII. Obiections against the doctrine of tithes propounded and answered.
TO THE READER.