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Author: Church of Scotland.
Title: The confession of the faith and doctrine beleeved and professed be the Protestantes of Scotland exhibited to the estatis of the same in Parliament, and be their publick votis authorized, as a doctrine grounded upon the infallible VVord of God.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The confession of the faith and doctrine beleeved and professed be the Protestantes of Scotland exhibited to the estatis of the same in Parliament, and be their publick votis authorized, as a doctrine grounded upon the infallible VVord of God.
Church of Scotland.

Edinburgh: Re-printed by the heir of Andrew Anderson ..., 1681.
Notes:
"Published by authority."
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library.
Subject terms:
Church of Scotland -- Creeds.
Presbyterianism.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A34261.0001.001

Contents
title page
First Parliament xv. of Decemb. 1567.
1. Of God.
2. Of the Creatioun of man.
3. Of Original sin.
4 Of the Revelatioun of the promise.
5 The continuance, increase and preservatioun of the Kirk.
6 Of the Incarnation of Christ Iesus.
7. Why it behooued the Mediator to be very God and very man.
8. Electioun.
9. Christs Death, passion and Burial.
10. Resurrectioun.
11. Ascension.
12 Faith in the holy Ghost.
14 The cause of gude warkes.
15 What warkes are reputed gude befoir God.
16. The perfectioun of the Law, and the imperfectioun of Man.
17. Of the Kirk.
18. The immortalitie of the Saules.
19 Of the notes, be the quhilk the trewe Kirk is dicerned, fra the false, and quha sall be judge of the doctrine.
20 The authoritie of the Scriptures.
21 Of general Councels, of their Power, Authority, and cause of their Convention.
22. Of the Sacramentes.
23 Of the richt administration of the Sacraments.
24 To whom Sacraments appertaine.
25 Of the Civile Magistrate.
26 The guiftes freelie giuen to the Kirk.