|Author:||Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673.|
|Title:||Indulgence not justified being a continuation of the Discourse of toleration, in answer to the arguments of a late book entituled A peace-offering, or plea for indulgence, and to the cavils of another call'd The second discourse of the religion in England.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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Indulgence not justified being a continuation of the Discourse of toleration, in answer to the arguments of a late book entituled A peace-offering, or plea for indulgence, and to the cavils of another call'd The second discourse of the religion in England.
Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673.
London: Printed for R. Royston and James Collins, 1668.
Running title: A continuation of the Discourse of toleration.
Attributed to Richard Perrinchief--NUC pre-1956 imprints.
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Corbet, John, -- 1620-1680. -- Second discourse of the religion of England.
Owen, John, -- 1616-1683. -- Peace-offering in an apology and humble plea for indulgence and liberty of conscience.
Liberty of conscience.
A CONTINUATION OF THE DISCOURSE OF TOLERATION.
SECT. 1. Our Laws for Ʋniformity justifiable.
SECT. 2. An Answer to the Book called the Peace-Offering, That Indulgence is not justified by the Law of Nature.
SECT. 3. Indulgence not justified from the Example of Christ.
SECT. 4. No ground for Indulgences in the Practice of the Apostles.
SECT. 5. The Primitive Christians did not allow Indulgence.
SECT. 6. The first Christian Emperours were against Indulgence.
SECT. 7. Indulgence not to be grounded upon the practice of the Modern Emperours and Princes.
SECT. 8. A Vindication of the Discourse of Toleration, from the Exceptions in the Second Discourse of Religion.
SECT. 9. The Dissenters are guilty of Dissentions.
SECT. 10. That there is no Stability in the Principles of the Dissenters.
SECT. 11. There was a necessity of Enjoyning, and there is also of Continuing the Ceremonies.
SECT. 12. Non-Conformists are less capable of Comprehension than other men of Different Opinions, who are tolerated in the Church of England.
SECT. 13. Necessity only can justify a Toleration, and a standing Army must make it safe.