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Author: Preacher of the Gospel, and now a prisoner.
Title: Christ confessed, or, Several important questions and cases about the confession of Christ written by a preacher of the Gospel, and now a prisoner.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Christ confessed, or, Several important questions and cases about the confession of Christ written by a preacher of the Gospel, and now a prisoner.
Preacher of the Gospel, and now a prisoner.

[London: s.n.], 1665
Notes:
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
Subject terms:
Dissenters, Religious -- England.
Christian life.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A32881.0001.001

Contents
title page
A TABLE of the QUESTIONS and CASES spoken unto.
An Advertisement to the READER.
to the reader
text
QUEST. I. What is it to Confess.
QUEST. II. What is it to confess CHRIST?
I.
II.
III.
QUEST. III. Who are to confess CHRIST?
proposition 1
proposition 2
proposition 3
proposition 4
proposition 5
proposition 6
QUEST. IV. With what kinde of Confession are we to confess Christ?
proposition 1
proposition 2
proposition 3
Quest. How may we know whether our Confession of Christ be saving? yea or no?
QUEST. V. Before whom are we to confess Christ?
proposition 1
proposition 2
proposition 3
proposition 4
proposition 5
proposition 6
QUEST. VI. Why are we to confess Christ?
section 1
subsection 1
subsection 2
subsection 3
section 2
section 3
section 4
section 5
section 6
The seventh QUESTION. When are we to confesse Christ?
proposition 1
proposition 2
section 1
Question. May we not then elude the adversary, that exami∣neth us by equivocal phrases, or some such equi∣vocating passages, when playness of expression will certainly infer danger to us?
section 2
subsection 1
Quest. What appearances of evil and idolatry in worship, must be avoided by Confessors?
subsection 2
Quest. May we not be lawfully present at such Worship, as our conscience, regularly informed, tell us is evil, and es∣pecially if it be idolatrous?
Quest. May we not be lawfully present at an evil and idola∣trous Worship, without such witnessing against it, when the Civil Magistrate commands our religious atten∣dance upon it?
Quest. What if our hearts mean time abide with God, and adhere firmly to his true worship, may we not then bodily attend such an evil and idolatrous worship?
Quest. May we lawfully use the proper badges and peculiar characters of such as are of an adverse profession, (adverse to the true Faith and Worship of Christ) when we may thereby preserve our civil liberty, and secure our persons?
Quest. May we not lawfully accept of, and use anothers Cer∣tificate, that we have renounced our holy profession in this or that particular, which is the butt of perse∣cution; when we may thereby secure our persons, and do still retain the same principles?
proposition 3
proposition 4
proposition 5
Quest. At what times are we priviledged from such a positive confession of Christ?
proposition 6
proposition 7
conclusion 1
section 1
Quest. Is every Confessor bound to dispute for Christ and his concerments?
section 2
subsection 1
Quest. Whether, and how far Confessors are bound to be open in the practice of Christianity, especially in times of persecution?
Quest. Whether, and how far are we bound to own the Confessours of Christ publiquely, especially in case of persecution?
Quest. Whether and when we are to lay down our lives for the Confessors of Jesus?
subsection 2
Quest. Whether it is lawful, and when for Confessors to flee in case of persecution?
Quest Whether we may lawfully fle when committed to prison, or seized on by the Magistrate, and in his power?
conclusion 2
Quest. To what degree of explicit Confession are we bound in the times, whereupon we are now cast?
proposition 8
proposition 9
proposition 10
Quest. Whether it be consistent with prudence, that we con∣fess Christ, especially so publiquely, when it will con∣clude us under persecution?
subsection 1
subsection 2
subsection 3
QUESTION. 8. How may and should we confess Christ?
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subsection 1
subsection 2
subsection 2
subsection 3
section 2
subsection 1
subsection 2
subsection 3
sub-subsection 1
sub-subsection 2
section 3
subsection 1
subsection 2
subsection 3
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