|Author:||Burges, John, 1561?-1635.|
|Title:||The lavvfulnes of kneeling in the act of receiving the Lords Supper VVherein (by the way) also, somewhat of the crosse in baptisme. First written for satisfaction of a friend, and now published for common benefit. By Dr. Iohn Burges, pastor of Sutton Coldfield.|
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The lavvfulnes of kneeling in the act of receiving the Lords Supper VVherein (by the way) also, somewhat of the crosse in baptisme. First written for satisfaction of a friend, and now published for common benefit. By Dr. Iohn Burges, pastor of Sutton Coldfield.
Burges, John, 1561?-1635., Burges, John, 1561?-1635.
London: Printed by Augustine Matthewes for Robert Milbourne, and are to bee sold at his shop in Pauls Churchyard at the signe of the Grayhound, 1631.
|Alternate titles:||Lawfulnes of kneeling in the act of receiving the Lords Supper Lawfulnes of kneeling in the act of receiving the Lords Supper. Lawfullnesse of kneeling, in receiving the Lords Supper.|
Published as a supplement to: An answer rejoyned to that much applauded pamphlet of a namelesse author, bearing this title: viz. A reply to Dr. Mortons generall defence of three nocent ceremonies, &c.
Running title reads: The lawfullnesse of kneeling, in receiving the Lords Supper.
Leaves E7,8 may be cancels: p. 75 first line ends "Diuine" (cancellandum) or "Di-" (cancellans). Other leaves are reset in the Folger Library copy with the cancels.
Folger Library copy identified as STC 4114a on UMI microfilm.
Reproductions of the originals in the Folger Shakespeare Library and Emmanuel College (University of Cambridge). Library.
Appears at reel 587 (Folger Shakespeare Library copy) and at reel 707 (Emmanuel College (University of Cambridge). Library copy).
Ames, William, -- 1576-1633. -- Reply to Dr. Mortons generall defence of three nocent ceremonies -- Controversial literature.
Posture in worship -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT HO∣NORABLE THOMAS LORD COVENTRY, Lord Keeper of the Great Seale of England, &c.
A Table declaring the Contents of this Treatise, in the severall Chapters of it.
Faults escaped in the Printing, to bee thus corrected.
The Lawfulnesse of Kneeling in the Act of receiving the Lords Supper, first writ∣ten for the satisfaction of a Friend, and now published for common Benefit.
CAP. 1. The definition of a Ceremonie.
CAP. 2. The meaning of that phrase, [In the worship of God]
CAP. 3. How our Ceremonies may be called Worship of God, and how not.
CAP. 4. The same exemplified by Instances in divers other particulars.
CAP. 5. What is meant by Matters of meere Order.
CAP. 6. The scope of the second Commandement.
CAP. 7. Of the Termes of Seruice, Worship, Adoration and Veneration.
CAP. 8. That Adoration and Ʋeneration differ not, but by mens wills.
CAP. 9. Of Divine and Civill Adoration.
CAP. 10. Whether Kneeling bee any Divine Adoration by divine Institution, or Application of it to true Divine Worship.
CAP. XI. The first Argument against Kneeling answered.
CAP. 12. The second Argument answered.
CAP. XIII. The third Argument answered.
CAP. 14. An Obiection vsed to strengthen the former Argument answered.
CAP. 15. The first part of the fourth Argument Answered.
CAP. XVI. The second part of the fourth Argument answered.
CAP. 17. The defence of the Answers given to this fourth Argument.
CAP. XVIII. Six Questions about Kneeling answered.
CAP. 19. The Objection from Christs example, answered.
CAP. 20. The objection from a Table-gesture answered.
CAP. 21. The Objection from Idolatrous introduction answered.
CAP. XXII. That in the most ancient times, before corruption of the doctrine of the Sacrament began, the Sacra∣ment was receiued with adoring Gesture.
CAP. 23. The same shewed to bee the practise of the Church, in the time of Theodoret, Saint Augu∣stine, and Cyril.
CAP. 24. A Vindication of Doctor Morton, that Reuerend Bishop of Coventrie and Litchfeild, quarrelled by a namelesse Replier falsely charging Doctor Morton with abusing of Cyrill, Au∣gustine and Chrysostome in this point.
CAP. 25. More Instances shewing the Antiquity of this gesture of Adoring or Kneeling.
CAP. 26. Instances of the practise of the Church about the eight hundred yeares af∣ter Christ.
CAP. 27. The former Instances were of times preceding those wherein the Doctrine of the Reall-pre∣sence was hatched.
CAP. 28. The second Observation in the practise of the Ancient Churches.
CAP. 29. The third Observation in the ancient practises of the Churches.
CAP. 30. The fourth Obseruation touching the same.
CAP. 31. The fifth Obseruation.
CAP. 32. The last Obseruation together with Answers to the Obiections made against Kneeling.
CAP. 33. The Conclusion consisting of some priuate oc∣currents, and requests of his Friend.