|Author:||Twisse, William, 1578?-1646.|
|Title:||The Christian Sabbath defended against a crying evil in these times of the antisabitarians of our age: wherein is shewed that the morality of the fourth Commandement is still in force to bind Christians unto the sanctification of the Sabbath day. Written by that learned assertor of the truth, William Twisse D.D. late prolocutor to the Assembly of Divines.|
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The Christian Sabbath defended against a crying evil in these times of the antisabitarians of our age: wherein is shewed that the morality of the fourth Commandement is still in force to bind Christians unto the sanctification of the Sabbath day. Written by that learned assertor of the truth, William Twisse D.D. late prolocutor to the Assembly of Divines.
Twisse, William, 1578?-1646., Lake, Arthur, 1569-1626.
London: printed for Thomas Pierrepont, and are to be sold at the signe of the Sun in Pauls Church-yard, 1652.
|Alternate titles:||Doctrine of the Sabbath delivered in the act at Oxenford, Anno 1622. (p. 1) Moralitie of the fourth Commandement is still in force to bind Christians (in paginated sequence) Doctor Lake Bishop of Bath, and Wells, Theses de Sabbato (p. , second sequence, separate register)|
With final errata leaf.
Signatures: A-C4 D-Q R-X4 2A-C4 [-A1, 2C4].
First published as "Of the morality of the fourth commandement as still in force to binde Christians delivered by way of answer to the translator of Doctor Prideaux his lecture, concerning the doctrine of the Sabbath" in 1641.
In answer to Prideaux, John. The doctrine of the Sabbath., translated by Peter Heylyn.
Copy has print show-through.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Prideaux, John, -- 1578-1650. -- Doctrine of the Sabbath -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Heylyn, Peter, -- 1600-1662, trans. -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Ten Commandments -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800.
Sunday -- Biblical teaching -- Early works to 1800.
The Contents of the chiefe matters handled herein.
THE DOCTRINE OF THE SABBATH DELIVERED in the Act at Oxenford, Anno 1622. By D. PRIDEAUX, His Majesties Professor in Divinity in that UNIVERSITIE. And now translated into English for the be∣nefit of the common people, Marke 2.27. The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath. Together with an Exa∣mination thereof.
The Preface of the Translator to the Christian Reader.
The second Section.
The third Section.
The fourth Section.
THE FIRST DIGRESSION, WHEREIN.
THE SECOND DIGRESSION CONSISTING OF TWO PARTS.
A THIRD DIGRESSION CONTAINING A CONFERENCE With D. Walaeus about the Divine authority of the Lords Day.
A FOVRTH DIGRESSION MAKING GOOD Mr. PERKINS his Arguments for the Divine institution of the Lords Day, against the answer made unto them by Doctor RIVETVS.
The Doctrine of the Sabbath considered.
Doctor LAKE Bishop of BATH, and Wells, Theses de Sabbato.
Question 2. Sect. 1.
Question 1. Section 1.
Question 1. Section 2.
Question. 1. Section 4.
Defensio Thesium de Sabbato.
Thes. de Sabbat.