|Title:||Zerubbabel to Sanballat and Tobiah: or, The first part of the duply to M.S. alias Two brethren.: By Adam Steuart. Whereunto is added, the judgement of the reformed churches of France, Switzerland, Geneva, &c. concerning independants, who condemne them with an unanimous consent. Published by David Steuart. March 17. 1644. Imprimatur Ja: Cranford.|
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Zerubbabel to Sanballat and Tobiah: or, The first part of the duply to M.S. alias Two brethren.: By Adam Steuart. Whereunto is added, the judgement of the reformed churches of France, Switzerland, Geneva, &c. concerning independants, who condemne them with an unanimous consent. Published by David Steuart. March 17. 1644. Imprimatur Ja: Cranford.
Steuart, Adam., Steuart, David, fl. 1644.
London: Printed for Iohn Field, and are to be sold at his house upon Addle-hill, neer Baynards-Castle, 1645.
|Alternate titles:||Duply to M.S. alias Two brethren.|
M.S. to A.S.
To their EXCELLENCIES
To the READER.
Clarissimo, virtute & doctrina praestantissimo V. D. Davidi Buchanano, amico plurimum honorando.
To my much honoured, vertuous, and learned friend, Master Buchanan.
A Monsieur, Monsieur Buchanan Gentilhomme Escossois à Londres.
To Monsieur Buchanan, a Scottish Gentleman at London.
Extraict des Actes du Synode National des E∣glises Reformeès de France assemblè par per∣mission du Roy a Charanton l'an 1644, le 26 Decembre & iours suivans Envoye de Paris 17/27 Ianvier 1645/4. a D. B.
An Extract of the Acts of the Nationall Synod of the Reformed Churches of France, assembled by the Kings permission at Charantoun, Anno 1644. 26. Decemb. and daies following.
Sentiment de l'Eglise de France, touchant l'Episcopat, & l'Independance, ex∣traict d'une Letttre escrite a Mr. Buchanan, par quelques Pasteurs.
The Iudgement of the Church of France concerning Episcapacy and Indepen∣dency, extracted out of Letters written to Master Buchanan by some French Ministers.
Sentiment d'u grand Theologien de France Touchant l'Independence declarè en une Lettre addresseè a Mr. Buchanan.
The Iudgement of a great Divine in France concerning Independency, decla∣red in a Letter directed to Master Buchanan.
Sentiment d'un grand Theologien de Hollande tou∣chant l'Independence, declarè en une Lettre ad∣dressée a Mr. Buchanan.
The Iudgement of a great Divine in Holland concerning Independency, de∣clared in a Letter directed to Master Buchanan.
Quod foelix, faustumque sit;
Quest. I. Whether it had not been honester, and fairer dealing, to have added the Au∣thor and Licencer's Name to M.S. his Booke, then to have omitted them.
Quest. II. Whether Mr. Cranford might not justly Licence A.S. his Consid, and Answer to the Libell, &c.
QUEST. 3. Whether any man may not state and determine Questions agitated in Synods, before the Synods Determination.
QUEST. 4. Whether the Quinqu' Ecclesian Ministers publish this their Apologeticall Nar∣ration seasonably, yea or not, against M. S. p. 24, 25. &c. that affirmes it.
QUEST. 5. Whether the Quixqu' Ecclesian Ministers should not have done better, to have published their Opinions by way of Thoses, or in some other Didactick way, ra∣ther then by an Apologeticall Narration.
QUEST. 6. Whether the Independents or Quinqu' Ecclesian Ministers come neare to Ana∣baptists, and Anabaptists to them.
QUEST. 7. Whether the whole Church, and every member thereof hath the power of the Keyes, or full Ecclesiasticall Iurisdiction.
CAP. 2. Where the Independants Opinions are refuted.