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Author: Steuart, Adam.
Title: The second part of the duply to M.S. alias Two brethren.: Wherein are maintained the Kings, Parliaments, and all civil magistrates authority about the Church. Subordination of ecclesiasticall judicatories. Refuted the independency of particular congregations. Licentiousnesse of wicked conscience, and toleration of all sorts of most detestable schismes, heresies and religions; as, idolatry, paganisme, turcisme, Judaisme, Arrianisme, Brownisme, anabaptisme, &c. which M.S. maintain in their book. With a brief epitome and refutation of all the whole independent-government. Most humbly submitted to the Kings most excellent Majestie. To the most Honorable Houses of Parliament. The most Reverend and learned Divines of the Assembly. And all the Protestant churches in this island and abroad. By Adam Steuart. Octob. 3. 1644. Imprimatur Ja: Cranford.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The second part of the duply to M.S. alias Two brethren.: Wherein are maintained the Kings, Parliaments, and all civil magistrates authority about the Church. Subordination of ecclesiasticall judicatories. Refuted the independency of particular congregations. Licentiousnesse of wicked conscience, and toleration of all sorts of most detestable schismes, heresies and religions; as, idolatry, paganisme, turcisme, Judaisme, Arrianisme, Brownisme, anabaptisme, &c. which M.S. maintain in their book. With a brief epitome and refutation of all the whole independent-government. Most humbly submitted to the Kings most excellent Majestie. To the most Honorable Houses of Parliament. The most Reverend and learned Divines of the Assembly. And all the Protestant churches in this island and abroad. By Adam Steuart. Octob. 3. 1644. Imprimatur Ja: Cranford.
Steuart, Adam.

London: Printed for Iohn Field, and are to be sold at his house upon Addle-hill, neer Baynards-Castle, 1644.
Alternate titles: Duply to M.S. alias Two brethren.
Subject terms:
Church and state -- England
M.S. to A.S.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93884.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE Most High and Illustrious, CHARLES LODOWIKE, By the Grace of God, Count Palatine of the Rhine, Archidapifer, and Prince Elector of the Sacred Empire, Duke of Bavarta, &c.
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How great is, and wherein consisteth the Civill Magistrates power, in matters Ecclesiasticall, or concerning Religion?
CHAP. I. The State of the Question.
CHAP. II. The first Conclusion about the Intrinsecall power of the Civill Magistrate in the Church.
CHAP. III. The second Conclusion about the Extrinsecall power of the Civill Magistrate, in Ecclesiasticall matters, proved by Scripture.
CHAP. IV. Containing our Adversaries Evasions.
CHAP. V. Wherein the same Conclusion is further proved by Reasons.
CHAP. VI. Wherein are answered M.S. his Reasons, that he hath, Chap. 1. And first the first sixe.
CHAP. VII. Wherein are dissolved his 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. Reasons borrowed from the Parliaments Ordinance.
CHAP. VIII Wherein are answered his 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20. Arguments.
CHAP. VIII. Wherein are answered M. S. his Objections 25, 26, 27.
Whether in the Militant visible Church there should be any Subordination in Ecclesiasticall Judicatories.
CHAP. I. Containing the State of the Question.
CHAP. II. Containing some imaginary and ridiculous Contradictions objected by M.S. to A.S. removed.
CHAP. III. Containing the Arguments, whereby we prove the Opinion of the Orthodoxe Churches, against the Independents, borrowed from the Old Testa∣ment.
CHAP. IV. The same Doctrine proved from Act. 13.14.15. and 16 chap. of the Church of Hierusalem, and Antioch.
CHAP. V. The same Doctrine proved by the Church of Corinth, 1 Cor. 1. 2 Cor. 1. Act. 18. and of Ephesus, Act. 19.
CHAP. VII. The Second Conclusion, concerning the Subordination of Authority in the Church.
CHAP. VIII. Wherein the same Doctrine is further confirmed by Reason.
Whether in the Militant visible Church there should be an Jndependency of Churches.
CHAP. I. The Question Stated.
CHAP. II. Reasons against the Independency of Particular Congregations.
CHAP. III. M.S. his Evasions refuted, and my Arguments made good, and first, those that he bringeth against the third Argument.
CHAP. IV. The justification of A. S. his Reason, How Presbyteriall Government is not subject to such Inconveniences as the Independencie.
CHAP. V. M. S. his first two Reasons for Independency, with the Solutions thereof.
CHAP. VI. M. S. his third Reason answered.
CHAP. VII. M. S. his fourth Reason answered.
Whether an Independent Government ought to be tolerated in this Kingdom?
AN ADVERTISEMENT TO THE READER.
to the reader