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Author: Gobert, John.
Title: A true and lively character of a right communicating church-member briefely laid down in eighteen severall arguments: proving an absolute necessity of separating, not only, from all that are openly prophane, but from such also, who have not some visible, that is to say, probable worke of the sanctifying spirit upon them. By Iohn Gobert Master of Arts, and minister of the Gospel.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A true and lively character of a right communicating church-member briefely laid down in eighteen severall arguments: proving an absolute necessity of separating, not only, from all that are openly prophane, but from such also, who have not some visible, that is to say, probable worke of the sanctifying spirit upon them. By Iohn Gobert Master of Arts, and minister of the Gospel.
Gobert, John.

London: printed by Charles Sumptner for Tho: Brewster, and Greg: Moule, at the three Bibles under Mildreds Church in the Poultry, 1650.
Alternate titles: That a true church ought only to be gathered if visible saints, and that men either openly wicked, or meerely civill; that is to say, such as are not seen beside their formall profession, to have some worke of the spirit upon them, ought not to bee taken into church-fellowship.
Notes:
Caption title on p. 1 reads: That a true church ought only to be gathered of visible saints, and that men either openly wicked, or meerely civill; that is to say, such as are not seen beside their formall profession, to have some worke of the Spirit upon them, ought not to bee taken into church-fellowship.
Text is continuous despite pagination.
Reproductions of the original in the British Library and the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A42884.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE AVTHOR TO THE READER.
To the High Court of Parliament, AND To the Councell of State, AS ALSO To His Excellency; Thomas Lord Fairfax, Lord Generall of all the Parliaments Forces.
That a true Church ought only to be gathered of visible Saints, and that men either openly wicked, or meerely civill; that is to say, such as are not seen beside their formall pro∣fession, to have some worke of the Spirit upon them, ought not to bee taken into Church-fellowship.