|Author:||Przypkowski, Samuel, 1592-1670.|
|Title:||Dissertatio de pace, &c. Or, A discourse touching the peace & concord of the Church.: Wherein is elegantly and acutely argued, that not so much a bad opinion, as a bad life, excludes a Christian out of the kingdom of heaven; and that the things necessary to be known for the attainment of salvation, are very few and easie: and finally, that those, who pass amongst us under the name of hereticks, are notwithstanding to be tolerated.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Dissertatio de pace, &c. Or, A discourse touching the peace & concord of the Church.: Wherein is elegantly and acutely argued, that not so much a bad opinion, as a bad life, excludes a Christian out of the kingdom of heaven; and that the things necessary to be known for the attainment of salvation, are very few and easie: and finally, that those, who pass amongst us under the name of hereticks, are notwithstanding to be tolerated.
Przypkowski, Samuel, 1592-1670., Biddle, John, 1615-1662.
London: Printed by Ja: Cottrel, for Rich. Moone, at the seven stars in Paul's Church-yard, 1653.
|Alternate titles:||Dissertatio de pace. English|
Religious tolerance -- England
Heretics, Christian -- England
Church -- Unity
The Publisher TO THE READER.
A DISCOURSE Touching the PEACE & CONCORD OF THE Church.
CHAP. I. The lot of Truth and Innocencie in this world. A Ghess of the Author touch∣ing himself.
CHAP. II. What things concerning God and Christ are necessary to be known unto Salvation; and what are the parts of true Faith.
CHAP. III. That sincere Love towards God and Christ is sufficient to Salvation; and that the same may be in such as erre.
CHAP. IIII. That though Faith and the Holy Spirit be the Gifts of God, yet erring persons have and may have them.
CHAP. V. That nothing but Disobedience and Unbelief exclude a man from Eternal Salvation; and that such as erre, are free from these. Whether bare Errors of the Understanding damn a man.
CHAP. VI. That the things necessary to be known unto Salvation, are few and very simple, and easie to be understood b• the simplest. Such is not the common doctrine touching the Trinity.
CHAP. VII. That there is not in this life a perfect know∣ledge of God, and of Divine Mysteries, but in the other life; and that Faith, Hope, and Charity, are sufficient to Salvation.
CHAP. VIII. A General Apologie for the Socinians, that they are not of such a Perswasion out of Ambition, Avarice, Pleasure, or Superstition, nor offend out of any Malice, but onely out of the Care of their Salva∣tion.
CHAP. IX. An Answer to the Objection about reje∣cting the Consent of the Church, for the Authority of the Scripture onely.
CHAP. X. An Answer to three other Objections: a Comparison of Calvin's Doctrine touching Fatal Predestination, with the Doctrine of others.
CHAP. XI. Reasons and Examples for tolerating Here∣ticks; and who are true Hereticks.
CHAP. XII. What Hereticks are to be excommunicated, what not; and a fuller Apologie for those who in our Age pass for Hereticks.
The Postscript to the Reader.
These books are to be sold by Richard Moon, at the seven stars in Paul's Church-yard.