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Author: Bury, Arthur, 1624-1713.
Title: The constant communicant a diatribe proving that constancy in receiving the Lords Supper is the indespensible duty of every Christian / by Ar. Bury ...
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Print source: The constant communicant a diatribe proving that constancy in receiving the Lords Supper is the indespensible duty of every Christian / by Ar. Bury ...
Bury, Arthur, 1624-1713.

Oxford: Printed by Leon. Lichfield ... for Stephen Botton, 1681.
Subject terms:
Lord's Supper -- Church of England.
Theology, Doctrinal.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A30663.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO The Most Reverend Father in God WILLIAM By Divine Providence Lord ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY, Primate of all ENGLAND, and Metropolitan, And one of His Majesties most Honorable PRIVY COUNCIL, &c.
THE CONTENTS Of the whole.
THE CONTENTS OF THE CHAPTERS.
THE INTRODUCTION. Shewing it necessary to enquire how often we are obliged to receive the Holy Communion.
PART I. Concerning the Particle THIS. Pag. 1.
PART II. Concerning the word .
PART III. Concerning the word DO.
PART IV. Concerning the End: In Re∣membrance.
PART. V. Answers to the Vulgar opinion.
The Conclusion.
THE INTRODUCTION, Shewing it necessary to enquire how often we are obliged to receive the Holy Communion.
PART I. Concerning the Particle THIS.
CHAP. I. The Scripture cleared from the scandal arising from our contentions: by shewing the true cause and cure.
CHAP. II. Of the Necessiy to fit the word THIS with som singular Bread and Cup.
CHAP. III. The singular Bread and Cup hunted out and found.
CHAP. IV.
CHAP. V.
PART II. Concerning the word .
CHAP. I. The Apostl's design, was not to assert Reverence to the Lords Supper.
CHAP. II. Concerning the Clause [AS OFTEN AS.]
CHAP. III. Concerning the Vulgar interpretation of [As often as.]
CHAP. IV. Objections answered.
CHAP. V. Mater of Fact recorded in Scripture.
CHAP. VI. The Practice of Antiquity.
PART III. Concerning the word DO.
CHAP. I. We must answer such a Command no other∣wise but by Performance.
CHAP. II. VVe may not omit This duty without warrant,
CHAP. III. The Obligation ceased not upon the change of the Manner of the Festing in the Church, but must be accommoda∣ted thereto.
PART IV. Concerning the End: In Re∣membrance.
CHAP. I. It is the badge of a Christian.
CHAP. II. This is Appropriate to our Lords Person and recommended by signal marks of his favor.
CHAP. III. Serviceable to our own interests.
PART V. Answers to the Ʋulgar opinion.
CHAP. I. Deference paid to the Former age, and to the Sacrament.
CHAP. II. Concerning Unworthiness.
CHAP. III. Of Self Examination.
CHAP. IV. Answereth Reason, Objecting Allegories.
CHAP. V. Reason (as the case now standeth) forbids, to hazard the very being of the Sacrament for advancement of Reverence.
CHAP. VI. The Sacrament made useless toward Conversion.
CHAP. VII. Wors than Useless toward comforting the Godly.
CHAP. VIII. Pernicios to Charity.
The Conclusion reflecting upon the whole.