|Author:||Socrates Christianus, d. 1706.|
|Title:||The liturgy of the ancients represented as near as well may be, in English forms calling with a preface concerning the restitution of the most solemn part of Christian worship in the Holy Eucharist, to its integrity, and just frequency of celebration.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The liturgy of the ancients represented as near as well may be, in English forms calling with a preface concerning the restitution of the most solemn part of Christian worship in the Holy Eucharist, to its integrity, and just frequency of celebration.
Socrates Christianus, d. 1706.
London: Printed for the authour, 1696.
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Liturgies, Early Christian.
QUESTIONS Concerning the Proper and Peculiar Christian Worship.
And as to the Communion, or Participation.
THE LITURGY Of the ANCIENTS REPRESENTED, As near as well may be, In ENGLISH Forms.
THE Liturgy of the Ancients Represented, &c. PART II.
COLLECTS To be said, as occasion may serve, at the Discretion of the Minister.
A PREPARATIVE For the Reception of Truth, for a Prologue to certain Discourses, design'd for a True Reformation, and Restitution of Primitive Christianity.
The Discourses above-mentioned are,
To the Right Honourable John Lord Summers, Baron of Evesham, Lord High Chancellour of England; Sir John Holt, Lord Chief Justice of the Kings-Bench; Sir George Treby, Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas; Sir Edward Ward, Lord Chief Baron; and the rest of the Honourable Judges.
Of the Practice of Prayers for the DEAD In the Christian Church.
The Doctrine of the Scriptures concerning The Middle State of Souls: And the Tradition of the Church for Prayers for the DEAD: Summ'd up by Dr. Jer. Taylor, late Bishop of Down and Conner. With the Judgment of Mr. Herbert Thorndike, a late most Learned Prebend of Westminster.
1. Of the Middle State of Souls.
2. Of Prayers for the Dead.