CHAP. VI. The second argument taken from Christs Institution.
THe will of Christ for the authority of Synods is shew∣ed two waies. 1. Because else he hath not sufficiently provided for all the necessities of his Church. 2. He hath committed spirituall power and authority to the Assem∣blies and Courts of the Church in generall, yet hath not determined in Scripture all the particular kinds, degrees, and bounds thereof, and that for three reasons. The parti∣cular kinds of Synods appointed by the Church accord∣ing to the light of nature, and generall warrant and rules of the word, are mixed, thogh not meer divine ordinances.