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The Resource A decad of caveats to the people of England, of general use in all times, but most seasonable in these : as having a tendency to the satisfying such as are not content with the present government, as it is by law establish'd, an aptitude to the setling the minds of such as are but seekers and erraticks in religion, an aim at the uniting of our protestant-dissenters in church and state : whereby the worst of all conspiracies lately rais'd against both, may be made the greatest blessing, which could have happen'd to either of them : To which is added an Appendix in order to the conviction of those three enemies to the Deity: the atheist, the infidel, and the setter up of science to the prejudice of religion, By Thomas Pierce ..

A decad of caveats to the people of England, of general use in all times, but most seasonable in these : as having a tendency to the satisfying such as are not content with the present government, as it is by law establish'd, an aptitude to the setling the minds of such as are but seekers and erraticks in religion, an aim at the uniting of our protestant-dissenters in church and state : whereby the worst of all conspiracies lately rais'd against both, may be made the greatest blessing, which could have happen'd to either of them : To which is added an Appendix in order to the conviction of those three enemies to the Deity: the atheist, the infidel, and the setter up of science to the prejudice of religion, By Thomas Pierce ..

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A decad of caveats to the people of England, of general use in all times, but most seasonable in these : as having a tendency to the satisfying such as are not content with the present government, as it is by law establish'd, an aptitude to the setling the minds of such as are but seekers and erraticks in religion, an aim at the uniting of our protestant-dissenters in church and state : whereby the worst of all conspiracies lately rais'd against both, may be made the greatest blessing, which could have happen'd to either of them : To which is added an Appendix in order to the conviction of those three enemies to the Deity: the atheist, the infidel, and the setter up of science to the prejudice of religion
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A decad of caveats to the people of England, of general use in all times, but most seasonable in these
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as having a tendency to the satisfying such as are not content with the present government, as it is by law establish'd, an aptitude to the setling the minds of such as are but seekers and erraticks in religion, an aim at the uniting of our protestant-dissenters in church and state : whereby the worst of all conspiracies lately rais'd against both, may be made the greatest blessing, which could have happen'd to either of them : To which is added an Appendix in order to the conviction of those three enemies to the Deity: the atheist, the infidel, and the setter up of science to the prejudice of religion
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By Thomas Pierce ..
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P2176
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A decad of caveats to the people of England, of general use in all times, but most seasonable in these : as having a tendency to the satisfying such as are not content with the present government, as it is by law establish'd, an aptitude to the setling the minds of such as are but seekers and erraticks in religion, an aim at the uniting of our protestant-dissenters in church and state : whereby the worst of all conspiracies lately rais'd against both, may be made the greatest blessing, which could have happen'd to either of them : To which is added an Appendix in order to the conviction of those three enemies to the Deity: the atheist, the infidel, and the setter up of science to the prejudice of religion, By Thomas Pierce ..
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  • "A seasonable caveat against the dangers of credulity in our trusting the spirits ..." has special title-page, with imprint: London, Printed by E. F. for R. Davis, 1679
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A seasonable caveat against the dangers of credulity in our trusting the spirits before we try them -- Of the exceeding sinfulness of schism, in how many great regards it is worse than haeresie, and why more damning than other crimes -- Of circumspection in thesi -- Of circumpsection in hypothesi -- Of fear as necessary to faith in the well-ordering of our lives -- Of peace and holiness united, as aequally required to our salvation -- Of abstaining from all appearance of evil -- Of abstaining in general from fleshly lusts -- Of abstaining in particular from disobedience to authority in things indifferent, as from the worst and the most scandalous of all fleshly lusts, in S. Peter's judgment -- A caveat touching the danger of refusing those caveats Our Lord hath given us in his gospel -- Appendix: An inquiry, how God is said tobe the object of real knowledge, and how of faith onely, and why faith (rather than knowledge) is essential-16 belonging to all religion
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21 cm.
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[27], 449, [4] p.
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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Bound in full old calf, rebacked.
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  • (LGTO)(RLIN)MIUGAKR1926-B
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  • (OCoLC)ocn369392246
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A decad of caveats to the people of England, of general use in all times, but most seasonable in these : as having a tendency to the satisfying such as are not content with the present government, as it is by law establish'd, an aptitude to the setling the minds of such as are but seekers and erraticks in religion, an aim at the uniting of our protestant-dissenters in church and state : whereby the worst of all conspiracies lately rais'd against both, may be made the greatest blessing, which could have happen'd to either of them : To which is added an Appendix in order to the conviction of those three enemies to the Deity: the atheist, the infidel, and the setter up of science to the prejudice of religion, By Thomas Pierce ..
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  • "A seasonable caveat against the dangers of credulity in our trusting the spirits ..." has special title-page, with imprint: London, Printed by E. F. for R. Davis, 1679
  • Title enclosed within double line rule border
  • Text enclosed within single line rule border
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A seasonable caveat against the dangers of credulity in our trusting the spirits before we try them -- Of the exceeding sinfulness of schism, in how many great regards it is worse than haeresie, and why more damning than other crimes -- Of circumspection in thesi -- Of circumpsection in hypothesi -- Of fear as necessary to faith in the well-ordering of our lives -- Of peace and holiness united, as aequally required to our salvation -- Of abstaining from all appearance of evil -- Of abstaining in general from fleshly lusts -- Of abstaining in particular from disobedience to authority in things indifferent, as from the worst and the most scandalous of all fleshly lusts, in S. Peter's judgment -- A caveat touching the danger of refusing those caveats Our Lord hath given us in his gospel -- Appendix: An inquiry, how God is said tobe the object of real knowledge, and how of faith onely, and why faith (rather than knowledge) is essential-16 belonging to all religion
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
[27], 449, [4] p.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
Bound in full old calf, rebacked.
System control number
  • (LGTO)(RLIN)MIUGAKR1926-B
  • (MiU)notisAKR1926
  • spec recon
  • (OCoLC)ocn369392246

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