|Author:||Warly, John, d. 1679.|
|Title:||The reasoning apostate, or, Modern latitude-man consider'd, as he opposeth the authority of the King and Church occasioned by several late treatises / by John Warly ...|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The reasoning apostate, or, Modern latitude-man consider'd, as he opposeth the authority of the King and Church occasioned by several late treatises / by John Warly ...
Warly, John, d. 1679.
London: Printed for T. Basset ..., 1677.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library.
Church of England -- Controversial literature.
THE Reasoning Apostate: Or MODERN LATITUDE-MAN CONSIDER'D, As he opposeth the Authority OF THE KING and CHURCH.
Names of some Treatises more Obscurely mentioned in the following Considerations.
Consideration 1. Of the Defence of the Church of England by some Orthodox∣men, in a Method or Style which seems to some too familiar, bi∣ting, and severe.
Consideration II. Whether belief, which relies and depends on the Authority of the Catholick Church, and as it is en∣couraged by the Civil Magistrate, may properly be said to be forc't, and to proceed from an unwarrant∣able usurpation of the right of na∣tural reason.
Consideration III. Of the authority of Reason, as it stands in competition with the Church, and of Schism and Heresie according to the new account of it, and whether reformation or separation from Com∣munion of the Church, can be as suf∣ently and legally justifi'd without an appeal to the constant Doctrine of the Catholick Church, as with it.
Consideration V. Of Creeds and Impositions, with some Reflexions on the Apostles and other Creeds, and of the ex∣tent of Creeds, how necessary for deciding Controversies.
Consideration V. Though the Apostles Creed may main∣tain Charity and Union between members of the Catholick Church, whether it can preserve charity in a particuler Church, and in what sense short Professions of Faith so much insisted on by late Refor∣mers, and commended to the Par∣liament as the full matter of Christi∣an Belief, and in what circum∣stances they must be, and what persons they are to whom they are sufficient.