A Defence of Dr. Sacheverell

A Defence of Dr. Sacheverell

Or, Passive Obedience Prov'd to Be the Doctrine of the Church of England, From the Reformation, to These Times; I. From the Doctrine of the XXXIX Articles. II. The Doctrine of the Injunctions and Canons III. The Doctrine of the Homilies. IV. The Doctrine of the Liturgy. V. The Orders of Our Bishops. VI. The Censures of Our Universities. VII. The Opinions of XCVI of the Most Learned Divines of the Church of England, Viz. Arch-bishops, Cranmer, Bancroft, Whitgift, Montague, Usher, Bramhall, Sharp, Tillotson, Tennison, &c. Bishops, Latimer, Jewel, Andrews, Hall, Brownrig, Saunderson, Taylor, Kenn, Ward, Burnet, Barrow, Moore, Patrick, Wake, &c. Doctors, Horneck, Cave, Scott, &c. VIII. The Opinions of XIV of the Most Eminent Reform'd Divines and Others Abroad, Viz. Erasmus, Grotius, Beza, Luther, Calvin, Is. Casaubon, Pet. Du Moulin, Allix, Bourdieu, &c

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Publisher: London : [s.n.], Printed in the year MDCCX. [1710]
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