2 edition of A balme to heale religions wounds found in the catalog.
With an imprimatur statement dated: February 14. 1651., and signed: Edmund Calamy, on p.  (second sequence); p.  (second sequence) numbered p. 162Copy tightly boundReproduction of the original in the Congregational Library, LondonWing (2nd ed.) S755BMicrofilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1993. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 2216:13).
|Statement||printed by M. Simmons for William Adderton, and are to be sold at his shop at the three Golden Falcons in Duck-lane|
|Publishers||printed by M. Simmons for William Adderton, and are to be sold at his shop at the three Golden Falcons in Duck-lane|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|2||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2216:13|
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Let Patience have her perfect worke, Jam. Secondly, I cannot endure to be reputed a favourer of such corruptions as my soule ever abhorred, which I should be, if I should hold my peace in the things hereafter discoursed of.
Some other absurdities are scattered throughout page 10, 11, 12, 13, 14. Was it not in an extraordinary season? But publique Preaching as you see is to exercise Authority. ] which signifies Seers, or men seeing.
Let him looke to himselfe, the same door he goes out at, the same will I. In answer to the Pulpit guard routed, lately set forth by one Thomas Collier.
Therefore all that are sent are Apostles. Did not Christ teach and command his Disciples to pray, Forgive us our sins, Mat. ] such particular persons as have the said Revelations given in to them, for we find he hath appointed certaine ordinary means to work by; the which he hath a purpose as far as we can find in his revealed will to confine himselfe unto.
- Franklin A balme to heale religions wounds [microform] : applyed in a serious advice to sober minded Christians that love the truth, and are well-wishers to reformation. Did ever any of our Patrons of Paedo-Baptisme, reason so? That no gifted brother may preach as one in office; that 'tis sin to usurp the Ministeriall office: and yet thinks he is conquering all the while. I answer; these Prophets might be inspired what to speak, Answer 2.
Severall questions handled touching; the ministry. was their preaching in a constituted Church, and not among the unbelieving Jewes rather? You have these, and many such like Arguments enlarged upon, and cleared from all cavils, by severall abl [. The outward call of the ministers of England. in his defence of the Anabaptists. He sayes, Circumcision was a type, so is Baptisme also; whereas he sayes 'twas Jewish and Legall, the sence is, 'twas a type unto the Jews in times of the Law: and what is that to the businesse?
A balme to heale religions wounds outward call of the ministers of England. In this small treatise you shall finde divers corrupt principles of this Collier plainly confuted.
years agoe, the Church of Rome was then also undoubtedly a true Church of Christ.
Try them which say they are Apostles [or men sent] and are not, and finde them lyars.
Of which number was that Martyr that said, I can die for Christ, though I cannot dispute for him.