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Author: Learned divine.
Title: Queries of some tender conscienced Christians about the late Protestation commended to them by the House of Commons, now assembled in the High and Honourable Court of Parliament wherein they desire to be resolved concerning 1. the authority imposing it, 2. the necessity of it, 3. the danger of it, 4. whether it can be taken in faith ... / written by a learned divine.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Queries of some tender conscienced Christians about the late Protestation commended to them by the House of Commons, now assembled in the High and Honourable Court of Parliament wherein they desire to be resolved concerning 1. the authority imposing it, 2. the necessity of it, 3. the danger of it, 4. whether it can be taken in faith ... / written by a learned divine.
Learned divine.

[London: s.n.], 1642.
Notes:
Place of publication from Wing.
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Subject terms:
England and Wales. -- Parliament.
Oaths -- England.
Church and state -- England.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A56880.0001.001

Contents
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The Queries of certaine tender-Conscienced Christians, concerning the late Protestation, commen∣ded to them by the House of Commons, now Assem∣bled in the High and Honourable Court of Parliament where∣in they humbly crave a cleere satisfaction from their abler bre∣thren, that they may take it with a well grounded and cheerefull Conscience.
The Ambiguity of the OATH appeares to us in most, if not in all the severall Branches of it.
Whether this interpretation, or such like might be accepted.