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Author: Kaye, William.
Title: A free, plain, and just way concerning communion and excommunication, at, or from the Lords table.: With a Christian account concerning the same. With answers to the objections to the contrary. In which is shewed, that the Church to day hath no more power to excommunicate from the Lords table, then it had yesterday power to separate from the altar, unto which sinners were exhorted by the church to go; whereby they might (as they are required at the Lords table) perfect their praises and repentance. And that the pretended differences in baptism, are no just ground of separation. / Written by William Kaye, with Christians approbation, with submission to the general oversight.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A free, plain, and just way concerning communion and excommunication, at, or from the Lords table.: With a Christian account concerning the same. With answers to the objections to the contrary. In which is shewed, that the Church to day hath no more power to excommunicate from the Lords table, then it had yesterday power to separate from the altar, unto which sinners were exhorted by the church to go; whereby they might (as they are required at the Lords table) perfect their praises and repentance. And that the pretended differences in baptism, are no just ground of separation. / Written by William Kaye, with Christians approbation, with submission to the general oversight.
Kaye, William.

[London: s.n.], Printed in the year, 1655.
Subject terms:
Excommunication
Lord's Supper
Baptism
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87701.0001.001

Contents
title page
A Christian account concerning the acknow∣ledgement of Communion and Excommunication.
A Free, Plain, and Just Way Concerning Communion and Excommunication, At, Or from The Lords Table.
1. Concerning admission into Church-Communion to the Lords Table.
2. Concerning Separation or Excommunication.
3. The ground why any should receive, that graciously desire it.
Obj. 4. This is an easie way, or openeth the door too wide, or gi∣veth too much liberty.
Obj. 5. How can it be proved that the Lords Supper in all intents doth succeed the use of the Altar which is abolished?
Obj. 6. This brings us unto the old way again.
Obj. 7. We know none but you that hold this opinion.
Obj. 8. It appertaineth not to the Magistrate to have to do in Church Government.