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Author: Long, Thomas, 1621-1707.
Title: A vindication of the primitive Christians in point of obedience to their Prince against the calumnies of a book intituled, The life of Julian, written by Ecebolius the Sophist as also the doctrine of passive obedience cleared in defence of Dr. Hicks : together with an appendix : being a more full and distinct answer to Mr. Tho. Hunt's preface and postscript : unto all which is added The life of Julian, enlarg'd.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A vindication of the primitive Christians in point of obedience to their Prince against the calumnies of a book intituled, The life of Julian, written by Ecebolius the Sophist as also the doctrine of passive obedience cleared in defence of Dr. Hicks : together with an appendix : being a more full and distinct answer to Mr. Tho. Hunt's preface and postscript : unto all which is added The life of Julian, enlarg'd.
Long, Thomas, 1621-1707., Ecebolius,

London: Printed by J. C. and Freeman Collins, and are to be sold by Robert Kittlewell ..., 1683.
Notes:
"Epistle dedicatory" signed: Tho. Long.
Reproduction of original in National Library of Scotland (Advocates') and Trinity College Library, Cambridge, England.
Subject terms:
Ecebolius, -- the Sophist. -- Life of Julian.
Julian, -- Emperor of Rome, -- 331-363.
Hicks, Thomas, -- 17th cent.
Hunt, Thomas, -- 1627?-1688.
Obedience -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A70493.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE Most Reverend Father in God, WILLIAM, By Divine Providence Lord Archbp of Canterbury, Primate of all England, and Metropo∣litan, And one of his Majesties most Honourable Privy-Council, &c.
L. Cook's third part of Institutes, p. 36.
Mr. Hunt's Preface to the Argument for Bishops.
ERRATA.
TO THE READER.
response
AN ANSWER TO THE PREFACE OF OUR Author's Life of JƲLIAN.
THE CHAPTERS ANSWERED.
An Answer to our Author's CHAP. I. A short Account of Julian's Life.
An Answer to our Author's CHAP. II.
An Answer to our Author's CHAP. III. Their Behaviour towards him in Words.
An Answer to our Author's CHAP. IV. Of their Actions.
An Answer to our Author's CHAP. V. Of their Devotions: And first of their Psalms.
An Answer to our Author's CHAP. VI. Their Prayers and Tears.
An Answer to our Author's CHAP. VII. Julian's Death.
An Answer to our Author's CHAP. VIII. How they used his Memory.
An Answer to our Author's CHAP. IX. Reflections on the Behaviour of those Christians.
OF OBEDIENCE ACTIVE & PASSIVE Due to our SUPERIOURS.
HOW FAR Wicked Princes Ought to be obeyed.
THE REASONS For not resisting Wicked Princes.
OF Passive Obedience.
AN APPENDIX, Containing A more full and particular Answer to Mr. Hunt's Preface and Postscript.
THE Life of Julian INLARGED.
His Birth and Parentage.
His Education.
A Character of his Person and Disposi∣tion.
His Actions while he was Caesar.
Of his Actions while he was Emperour.
His dying Speech.
Of his Vertues.
His Vices.
Of his Works.
THE CONCLUSION.