|Author:||Johnson, Francis, 1562-1618.|
|Title:||Certayne reasons and arguments proving that it is not lawfull to heare or have any spirituall communion with the present ministerie of the Church of England.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Certayne reasons and arguments proving that it is not lawfull to heare or have any spirituall communion with the present ministerie of the Church of England.
Johnson, Francis, 1562-1618.
[Amsterdam]: Printed [by G. Thorpe], In the yeare of our Lord: 1608.
Place of publication and printer's name from STC.
Errata on recto of P2, final leaf.
Formerly also STC 10401.
Identified as STC 10401 on UMI microfilm reel 1270, and as STC 14660a on UMI microfilm reels 558 and 802.
Reproductions of the originals in the Folger Shakespeare Library, the Bodleian Library, and the Library of Congress.
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Brownists -- Early works to 1800.
To the Christian Reader, grace and peace in our Lord Iesus Christ.
REASONS and proofes from the Scriptures, and other testimonies, Shewing that it is not lawful to heare or have any spiritual communion with the present Ministerie of the Church-assemblies of England.
The first Reason.
The second Reason.
The first Argument.
The second Argument.
The third Argument.
The fourth Argument.
The fift Argument.
The sixt Argument.
The seventh Argument.
The third Reason.
The fourth Reason.
The fift Reason.
The sixt Reason.
The seventh Reason.
OTHER ARGVMENTS and Reasons, taken out of divers Books, old and new, written by the forward Preachers concer∣ning the Ceremonies, Ministery, and govern∣ment of the Church of England:
The first Argument, taken out of Mr W. Br. Twelve Argu∣ments, made by him against their Ceremonies; and thus applyed vnto their Ministery.
The second Argument, taken out of the same Treatise.
The third Argument, taken out of the same book of Mr Bradsh. Twelve Arguments, and out of the London Ministers Ex∣ceptions, and Lincolnshire Ministers Abridgement &c.
The fourth Argument, taken out of the Admonitions to the Parliament, written by the Preachers seeking reformation,
The fift Argument, taken out of the Offer of Conference or disputation, tendered by some of the silenced & de∣prived Ministers, to the Archbishops and Bishops, &c.
The sixt Argument, taken out of divers Treatises written in behalf of the Ministers of Devonshire, Cornwall, Lin∣colnshire &c. also out of the Admonitions to the Par∣liamēt, & out of Mr Cartwrights, Mr Vdals, Mr Iacobs, & other of their books, written of like argument.
The seventh Argument, taken out of Mr Bradsh. book aforesaid: vidz, out of the tenth Argument of that Treatise.
A Table of some principall things conteyned in this Treatise.