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Author: Eaton, Samuel, 1596?-1665.
Title: A defence of sundry positions,: and Scriptures alledged to justifie the Congregationall-way; charged at first to be weak therein, impertinent, and unsufficient; by R.H. M. A. of Magd. Col. Cambr. in his examination of them; but upon further examination, cleerly manifested to be sufficient, pertinent, and full of power. / By [brace] Samuel Eaton, teacher, and Timothy Taylor, pastor [brace] of [brace] the church in Duckenfield, in Cheshire. Published according to order.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A defence of sundry positions,: and Scriptures alledged to justifie the Congregationall-way; charged at first to be weak therein, impertinent, and unsufficient; by R.H. M. A. of Magd. Col. Cambr. in his examination of them; but upon further examination, cleerly manifested to be sufficient, pertinent, and full of power. / By [brace] Samuel Eaton, teacher, and Timothy Taylor, pastor [brace] of [brace] the church in Duckenfield, in Cheshire. Published according to order.
Eaton, Samuel, 1596?-1665., Taylor, Timothy, 1611 or 12-1681.

London: Printed by Matthew Simmons, for Henry Overton, and are to be sold at his shop in Popes-head Alley, 1645.
Subject terms:
Congregationalism
Hollingworth, Richard, -- 1607-1656. -- Answer to a certain writing, entituled, Certain doubts and quaeres upon occasion of a late oath and covenant.
Hollingworth, Richard, -- 1607-1656. -- Examination of sundry scriptures.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A82508.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Christian Reader.
Mr. Prynne his Judgement, touching the only and speediest way for the present Reformation, in his last Book, called A Vindication, page 57.
To our Reverend Brother, the EXAMINER.
The Contents of the Book.
A Defence of certain Positions and Scriptures, against an examination thereof by R.H. in which they are charged to be faultie.
POSITION I.
POSITION II.
POSITION III.
POSITION IV.
POSITION V.
POSITION VI.
POSITION VII.
POSITION VIII.
POSITION IX.
POSITION X.
POSITION XI.
POSITION XII.
POSITION XIII.
POSITION XIV.
POSITION XV.
POSITION XVI.
POSITION XVII.
POSITION XVIII.
POSITION XIX.
POSITION XX.
POSITION XXI. 1 Cor. 5. Paul himself though an extraordinary Officer, yet would not take upon him to excom∣municate the incestuous person, without the Church; but sends to them, exhorting them to do it, and reproves the Brethren of the Church of Coriuth as well as the Elders, that they did no sooner put him away,
POSITION XXII.
POSITION XXIII.
POSITION XXIV.
POSITION XXV.
POSITION XXVI.
POSITION XXVII.
epigraph
A TABLE of the Texts of Scriptures, cited, Discussed, and cleared from mis-interpretations, in this BOOK.
Some Greek words and phrases opened herein.
Errata.