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Author: Spittlehouse, John.
Title: The royall advocate. Or, An introduction to the magnificent and honourable laws of Jehovah the Lord Christ, now contaminated and despised by the present army-men of this nation. Asserting and controverting the holinesse, righteousness, perfectnesse, and universallity thereof, of divine right: in opposition to the heathenish, and antichristian laws, traditions, and vaine imaginations of the past and present, pretended Christian magistrates of this nation which they yet so much dote upon and endeavour to support, against the alone law giver, lord of heaven and earth, god of gods, king of kings, and lord of lords. / Published by John Spittle-house, now a prisoner for his testimony against the idolatry and tryanny of the present army men, priests, lawyers &c ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The royall advocate. Or, An introduction to the magnificent and honourable laws of Jehovah the Lord Christ, now contaminated and despised by the present army-men of this nation. Asserting and controverting the holinesse, righteousness, perfectnesse, and universallity thereof, of divine right: in opposition to the heathenish, and antichristian laws, traditions, and vaine imaginations of the past and present, pretended Christian magistrates of this nation which they yet so much dote upon and endeavour to support, against the alone law giver, lord of heaven and earth, god of gods, king of kings, and lord of lords. / Published by John Spittle-house, now a prisoner for his testimony against the idolatry and tryanny of the present army men, priests, lawyers &c ...
Spittlehouse, John.

London,: Printed for the authour, and are to be sold at the Crown in Popes-Head-Alley, 1655.
Subject terms:
Divine right of kings -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
Church and state -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B05943.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the now contaminated Saints and Servants of God and (yet faith∣full followers of the Lamb in this crooked and perverse generation) under the no∣tion of the fifth Monarchy-men, and enemies of all Magistracy and Ministry, with all others whom it may concern.
Errata.
THE Royall Advocate, &c. Asserting,
I. That the Contents of the Royall Law of Jehovah, the Lord Christ, was planted in Mankinde by Nature.
II. That this Royall Law, so planted in mankind by Nature, is comprehended in two grand Principles, i. e.
III. That this Doctrine was ratified by Jesus Christ.
IV. That this Doctrine was taught by the Apostles of the Lord Jesus, under the dispensation of the Gospel-state.
V. That in processe of time these two generall Principles were branched by the alone Law-giver, into ten Precepts or words, com∣monly termed the Decalogue or Ten Commandements.
VI. That the Lord Jesus came not to destroy this Law.
VII. That the Apostles of our blessed Saviour did establish this Law under the Gospel.
VIII. That the Law, which God gave unto Moses in Mount Sina, were of three sorts, i. e. the Moral, the Judiciall and the ceremoniall Law.
The Contents of the Morall Law.
The Contents of the Judiciall Law.
The Contents of the Ceremoniall Law.
The Ceremoniall Law utterly abolished.
The Moral Law remaineth in full force, in point of obedience.
Why it pleased God, to give his written Law into the World.
The fourfold use of the moral law in the fourfold State of man.
For he that keepeth the Law shall live thereby.
Of the Judiciall Law.
Of the word Judgement.
The Iudiciall Law of three sorts.
This great Argument controverted.
But in Righteousnesse shalt thou judge thy Neighbour.
Postscript.