|Author:||Corbet, John, 1620-1680.|
|Title:||A vindication of the magistrates and ministers of the city of Gloucester,: from the calumnies of Mr. Robert Bacon, in his printed relation of his usage there, which he intitles, The spirit of prelacy yet working, or truth from under a cloud. Together with ten questions discussed, which tend to the discovery of close antinomianisme. / By John Corbet minister, and chaplain to Major generall Massie. Published by authority.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A vindication of the magistrates and ministers of the city of Gloucester,: from the calumnies of Mr. Robert Bacon, in his printed relation of his usage there, which he intitles, The spirit of prelacy yet working, or truth from under a cloud. Together with ten questions discussed, which tend to the discovery of close antinomianisme. / By John Corbet minister, and chaplain to Major generall Massie. Published by authority.
Corbet, John, 1620-1680., Nicanor, Lysimachus, 1603-1641.
London: Printed for Robert Bostock dwelling at the signe of the Kings Head in Pauls Church-yard, 1646.
Great Britain -- Church history
Bacon, Robert, -- M.A. -- Spirit of prelacie, yet working.
TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE WILLIAM, LORD VISCOUNT SAY and SEAL.
TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFULL the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of GLOUCESTER.
The summe and substance of that whole businesse, which is styled by Mr. Bacon, That great and publick contestation had in Gloucester, July 1644.
An Examination of the particulars in Mr. Bacons Relation of his usage in Gloucester.
Of the Relation it self.
Q. 1. Whether the Morall Law be abrogated? Neg. according to Master B.
Q. 2. Whether good Workes be a meanes to ob∣tain Salvation. Neg. according to Master B.
Q. 3. Whether God be displeased with his people that are in Christ for their sinnes, we meane such a people as are in the Covenant of Grace: Neg. ac∣cording to Master B.
Q. 4. Whether those in the Covenant of grace are to try their Justification by their Sanctificati∣on, Aff. according to Master B.
Q. 5. Whether Faith be a condition of the new Covenant, Neg. according to Master B.
Qu. 6. Whether godly sorrow for sin be required of such a one as is the Covenant of grace. Aff: according to Mr. Bacon.
Qu. 7. Whether Confession of sin (i.) of ur originall corruption, and sinfull actions reckoning them before the Lord be required in a Chri∣stian. Aff. according to M. B.
Qu. 8. Whether you hold communion with the Church of England (i.) in our Parochiall Assemblies to be lawfull? Neg. according to Mr. B.
Qu. 9. Whether Repentance be necessarie to the Remission of sins. Neg. according to Mr. B.
Qu. 10. Whether there be a reall change in the person that is saved. Aff. according to Mr. B.