Title: The examiner defended, in a fair and sober answer to the two and twenty questions which lately examined the author of Zeal examined, in this answer are (not unseasonably) touched, Christ's interest in this and all nations. Christ's interest, and the Commonweals, as to the present affairs. The true nature of all civil states. The nature of all civil magistracie, and of the civil sword. The title of Christian magistrate. National churches and covenants. The world of religions ... The permission due to conscience ... Idolatry, and the kindes of it. The spiritual and civil sword, ... The forms of worship. The causes of destruction in nations. The violence to the souls of men; ... The dangerous consequence of such violences, ... Christ Jesus himself, ... The crying guilt of soul-rapes ... The light of nature in spirituals. The acts of Asa, Artaxerxes, &c. The fast of Nineveh. The conscientious differences ... The justice and prudence of state-provision against all uncivilities both of popish and protestant ranters.
Publication Info: London : Printed by James Cottrel, 1652.
subjects: [Examiner examined] [Spiritual life -- Early works to 1800] [Idolatry -- Early works to 1800] [Church of England -- Discipline -- Early works to 1800] [Religion and state -- England -- Early works to 1800] [Worship -- Early works to 1800]
Title: A vvarning to England to repente and to tvrne to god from idolatrie and poperie by the terrible exemple of Calece, giuen the 7. of March. Anno. D. 1558. By Benthalmai Outis.
Author: Traheron, Bartholomew, 1510?-1558?
Publication Info: [Wesel? : P.A. de Zuttere?], Imprinted Anno. D. 1558.
subjects: [Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800] [Idolatry -- Early works to 1800]
Title: A stronge battery against the idolatrous inuocation of the dead saintes, and against the hauyng or setting up of images in the house of prayer, or in any other place where there is any paril of idolatrye, made dialoguewise by Iohn Veron.
Author: Véron, John, d. 1563.
Publication Info: [Imprinted at London : By Henry Sutton for Thomas Hacket, The x. daye of Marche. In the yere of our lorde God 1562]
subject: [Idolatry -- Early works to 1800]