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Author: Seaman, Lazarus, d. 1675.
Title: The diatribē proved to be paradiatribē. Or, A vindication of the judgement of the reformed churches, and Protestant divines, from misrepresentations concerning ordination, and laying on of hands.: Together with a brief answer to the pretences of Edmond Chillenden, for the lawfulnesse of preaching without ordination. / By Lazarus Seaman.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The diatribē proved to be paradiatribē. Or, A vindication of the judgement of the reformed churches, and Protestant divines, from misrepresentations concerning ordination, and laying on of hands.: Together with a brief answer to the pretences of Edmond Chillenden, for the lawfulnesse of preaching without ordination. / By Lazarus Seaman.
Seaman, Lazarus, d. 1675., Simpson, Sidrach, 1600?-1655.

London: Printed by T.R. and E.M. for John Rothwell, at the Sun and Fountain in Pauls church-yard, 1647.
Subject terms:
Lay preaching -- Great Britain
Imposition of hands
Chillenden, Edmund, -- fl. 1656. -- Preaching without ordination.
Simpson, Sidrach, -- 1600?-1655. -- Diatribē.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A92774.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE, Edward Earle of Manchester, Viscount Mandeville, Baron of Kimbolton.
To the READER.
imprimatur
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Foure Propositions: Whereof three are proved by the Holy Scriptures, and attested unto by the Reformed Churches, in their Confessions of Faith, and Books of Discipline; the fourth is a just Consequence from the rest. Very necessary for all men to consider of in this juncture of time, especially for those who have sworne to Reform according to the Word of GOD, and the example of the best Reformed CHƲRCHES.
PROPOS. I.
The FRENCH Confess.
PROPOS. II.
The FRENCH Confession, Art. 31.
The Augustane Confession, Art. 14.
The latter Conf. of Helvetia, chap. 18.
The Conf. of Wirtemberg, Art. 20.
The ENGLISH Conf.
PROPOS. III.
The Conf. of Helvetia, quo supra.
The SAXON Confession.
The BELGICK Confess. Art. 31.
The Confession of BOHEMIA, ch. 9.
For the Church of SCOTLAND:
PROPOS. IV.
A brief Answer to the Pretences of Edmond Chillenden, for the law∣fulnesse of Preaching without ORDINATION.
Some Notes belonging to the Treatise hereafter answered, Omitted by the Printer.
errata
Errata's in the Marg. of the Answer.
In the Answer it self.
AN ANSWER TO THE TRACT bearing Title, The judgement of the Reformed Churches, and Protestant Divines, concerning Ordination, Laying on of bands in Ordination of Ministers, &c.
Die Sabbathi, 26 April. 1645.
Die Jovis, 31. Decemb. 1646. A Declaration of the Commons as∣sembled in Parliament, Against all such Per∣sons as shall take upon them to Preach or Expound the Scriptures in any Church or Chappel, or any other publique place, except they be Ordained ei∣ther here or in some other Reformed Church.
Concerning IMPOSITION OF HANDS.