|Author:||Hill, Samuel, 1648-1716.|
|Title:||Municipum ecclesiasticum, or, The rights, liberties, and authorities of the Christian Church asserted against all oppressive doctrines, and constitutions, occasioned by Dr. Wake's book, concerning the authority of Christian princes over ecclesiastical synods, &c.|
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Municipum ecclesiasticum, or, The rights, liberties, and authorities of the Christian Church asserted against all oppressive doctrines, and constitutions, occasioned by Dr. Wake's book, concerning the authority of Christian princes over ecclesiastical synods, &c.
Hill, Samuel, 1648-1716.
London: Printed and are to be sold by the booksellers of London, and Westminster, 1697.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Attributed to Samuel Hill. cf. BM.
Wake, William, -- 1657-1737. -- Authority of Christian princes over their ecclesiastical synods asserted.
Church and state.
TO THE Reverend Dr. Wake, Chaplain in Ordinary To His Majesty.
Municipium Ecclesiasticum: OR, THE Rights, Liberties & Authorities OF THE Christian Church Asserted, &c.
CHAP. I. Of the Divine Right of Synods.
CHAP. II. Of the Rights, Liberties, and Au∣thorities of Several, as well Se∣cular, as Sacred Societies, under the Supremacy of Civil Powers.
CHAP. III. Of the Authorities Rights and Liberties of Mystick Religion.
CHAP. IV. Of the Divine Right of Christian Synods.
CHAP. V. Of Scripture Synods or Councils.
CHAP. VI. Of Cathedral Synods, in the three first Centu∣ries, and their Authority.
CHAP. VII. Of Episcopal and Provincial Synods in the three first Centuries, and their Au∣thority.
CHAP. VIII. Of the Authority of Civil Powers and Laws in general, against the Liberty of Ecclesiastical Synods.
CHAP. IX. Of the Authority of Christian Princes over Ecclesiastical Synods in point of Reason.
CHAP. X. Of the Authority of Christian Prin∣ces over Synods from Exemplary Practices.
Remarks upon the Book.
Arguments from Fact.
Chap. 5. § 21.
Book. Chap. 2. § 2. p. 10, 11.
Of Synods less than general.
Chap. 2. § 4. p. 14.
Chap. 2. § 2. p. 19.
Chap. 2. § 15. p. 34.
Of the Total Authority.
Of the Princes Ability to Judge matters Theo∣logical. ch. 2. § 31. p. 71, 72.
Of Ecclesiastical Censures.
Of the Right of Summons.
Ch. 3. § 5. p. 107.
Ch. 3. § 25. p. 141.
Of the Bottom of the Regal Supremacy.
Of the Parallel of Counsellor and Jury. Chap. 5. § 15. p. 289.