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Author: Dury, John, 1596-1680.
Title: A peace-maker without partiality and hypocrisie. Or The gospel-way to make up the present breaches of brotherhood, and heale the divisions, whereby some of the reforming professors and ministers of the kindome at the time, sadly dishonour their profession, mainley obstruct our reformation, utterly destroy the safe constitution both of church and state. Wherein are handled, 1. How the meanes of Christian peace, as well civill as ecclesiasticall, may bee found and ought to bee followed, both by pastors and people. 2. What are the speciall lets of Ecclesiasticall reconciliation, and what the causes of divisions are, and how to be remedied. 3. What are the grounds, termes and motives of brotherly unitie and forbearance, which the ministers and members of the churches of England ought ot professe and practise one towards another for the gospels sake. / All written upon severall occasions and at severall times by Mr. John Dury, one of the assembly of divines, &c. and now published by Samuel Hartlib, to whom they were sent.
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Print source: A peace-maker without partiality and hypocrisie. Or The gospel-way to make up the present breaches of brotherhood, and heale the divisions, whereby some of the reforming professors and ministers of the kindome at the time, sadly dishonour their profession, mainley obstruct our reformation, utterly destroy the safe constitution both of church and state. Wherein are handled, 1. How the meanes of Christian peace, as well civill as ecclesiasticall, may bee found and ought to bee followed, both by pastors and people. 2. What are the speciall lets of Ecclesiasticall reconciliation, and what the causes of divisions are, and how to be remedied. 3. What are the grounds, termes and motives of brotherly unitie and forbearance, which the ministers and members of the churches of England ought ot professe and practise one towards another for the gospels sake. / All written upon severall occasions and at severall times by Mr. John Dury, one of the assembly of divines, &c. and now published by Samuel Hartlib, to whom they were sent.
Dury, John, 1596-1680.

London: Printed by R. Cotes for John Bellamy, at the three Golden Lions in Cornhill neer the Royall Exchange, 1648.
Subject terms:
Westminster Assembly (1643-1652) -- Early works to 1800.
Religion and politics -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Church and state -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A81927.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Contents.
The Preface, being two Letters, sent at severall times to Mr. Samuel Hartlib by Mr. John Dury, wherein are handled,
A discourse concerning the ground, termes and motives of Brotherly Unitie and forbearance, which the Ministers of the Churches of England ought to professe and practise one towards another for the Gospels sake.
How the means of Christian Peace, as well Civill as Ecclesiasticall, ought to bee followed, and may be found amongst Professors.
A Preface to the ensuing discourse: shewing what are the speciall lets of Ec∣clesiasticall Reconciliation, and what the causes of Divisions are amongst Mini∣sters, and how to be remedied.
A DISCOVRSE Concerning THE GROVND, TERMES, And MOTIVES OF Brotherly Ʋnitie and Forbearance: Which the Ministers of the Churches of England ought to professe and practise one towards another for the Gospels sake.
CHAP. I. The Introduction, shewing the Scope and Matter of the Discourse.
CHAP. II. Of the first Assertion. Concerning the Law of Christian Brotherhood, what it is, and whereunto it binds us.
CHAP. III. Of the second Assertion. Concerning the Termes of Ʋnitie and Forbearance in generall.
CHAP. IV. Concerning the termes of Vnitie by themselves what they are, why not regarded, and wherefore they ought to bee regarded.
CHAP. V. Concerning the particular termes of Vnitie, whereunto the Ministers of this kingdome have attained, in the doctrine of Faith, and in their relation to Christ and his Church.
CHAP. VI. Concerning the termes of unitie in the chief Acts of our Religious pro∣fession.
Sect. I. Of single Professors.
Sect. II. Of Professors united to a Congregation.
Sect. III. Of severall Congregations, as they are or ought to bee associated.
Sect. IV. Of the Officers and Rulers of severall Congregations, and their association.
CHAP. VII. Concerning the termes of forbearance, that therein is, and may bee found an agreement.
CHAP. VIII. Concerning the principles of mutuall toleration wherein there is a full agreement.
CHAP. IX. Concerning the way how to settle and prosecute a mutuall Toleration, by rules wherein there is an agreement.
CHAP. X. Of the rules of condescension, how they may bee found out.
CHAP. XI. Concerning the causes of disaffection and of breaches, how they should bee removed by common consent.
CHAP. XII. The third Assertion. Concerning the motions which should induce us to make profession of this unitie and forbearance: Why these are requisite, and what they are.
CHAP. XIII. Concerning the necessitie of Brotherly unitie in the Ministery.
CHAP. XIV. Concerning the usefulnesse and commendablenesse of brotherly unitie in the worke of the Ministery.
Sect. I. What the communion and correspondency is, wherein our unitie is to be setled.
Sect. II. Of the excellency of unitie and of the fountaine thereof, Charitie.
Sect. III. Of the common rules of Christianitie, as they are more especially obligatory unto Ministers in the duties of their calling.
Sect: IV. Of the practise of those that are set before us as infallible examples in the Ministery.
Sect. V. Concerning that which concernes the Office of the Ministery in it self.
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