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A defence of the doctrine and discipline of the Church of England

William Nicholls

A defence of the doctrine and discipline of the Church of England

In two parts. ... First written in Latin for the use of foreigners, by William Nichols, ... and translated into English by himself ...

by William Nicholls

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Published by printed for C. Rivington; and J. Wood and C. Woodward in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 3231, no. 04).

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 3231, no. 04.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[16],328p.
Number of Pages328
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16988772M

The Book of Common Prayer. For additional Prefaces, see Note 28 here and texts here. Christmas. Because thou didst give Jesus Christ thine only Son to be born as at this time for us; who, by the operation of the Holy Ghost, was made very man of the substance of the Virgin Mary his mother; and that without spot of sin, to make us clean from all sin. A Service of the Word is unusual for an authorized Church of England service. It consists almost entirely of notes and directions and allows for considerable local variation and choice within a common structure. It is important that those who prepare for and take part in A Service of the Word should.

That the English Church Union--uniting as it does on a broad basis, in defence of the Doctrine and Discipline of the Church, and the rights and liberties of her members, clergy, and lay communicants, men and women, irrespective of differences of politics, rank, or station--has a strong claim on the support of Churchmen throughout the Kingdom by. Basic Christian Doctrine 1. Doctrine is Important. This is the first of 50 studies on Basic Christian Doctrine. Each study will include 10 summary statements, explanations of the terms and topics covered, and the main Scripture verses to study. The Bible is our textbook, and it places a high value on doctrine.

Treatise defending the Revenues of the Church, London, Treatise maintaining the Doctrine, Liturgy, and Discipline of the Church of England, Short Answer to the Book of W. Prynne entitled University of Oxford's Plea refuted (, printed). De Monarchia Absoluta, The Crown and Church of England with a steady opposition resisted the entrance and encroachment of the secularised power of the Pope in England.” From the days of King John the shadow of the Vatican had begun to go back on England; it was still shortening in the fifteenth century, and its lessening line gave promise of a time, for the advent.


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Get this from a library. A defence of the doctrine and discipline of the Church of England.: In two parts. Containing the Objections of Dissenters, fairly represented from their own celebrated Writers ; And fully answer'd from Scripture, the Primitive Fathers, and our own Pious and Learned Reformers.

With an Introduction, giving a succinct History of the Separation through the several Reigns. Get this from a library. A vindication of the Dissenters: in answer to Dr. William Nichols's Defence of the doctrine and discipline of the Church of England: in three parts. [James Peirce].

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$ The collection consists of a handmade, leather-bound notebook that possibly belonged to William Atkinson. Compact handwriting fills all 96 pages plus the inside front and back covers with extracts taken from the works of contemporary theologians including John Tillotson's sermons, William Nichols's Defence of the Doctrine and Discipline of the Church of England, and Richard Baxter's Now or.

This is the common doctrine that adulterous and injurious divorces were not conniv'd only, but with eye open allow'd of old for hardnesse of heart. But that opinion, I trust, by then this following argument hath been well read, will be left for one of the mysteries of an indulgent Antichrist, to farm out incest by, and those his other tributary.

Milton's divorce tracts refer to the four interlinked polemical pamphlets—The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce, The Judgment of Martin Bucer, Tetrachordon, and Colasterion—written by John Milton from – They argue for the legitimacy of divorce on grounds of spousal incompatibility.

Arguing for divorce at all, let alone a version of no-fault divorce, was extremely controversial. William Nicholls (–) was an English clergyman and theologian, known as an author on the Book of Common Prayer.

Life. He was the son of John Nicholls of Donington, now Dunton, was educated at St Paul's School under Thomas Gale, and went up with an exhibition to Magdalen Hall, Oxford, where he matriculated as a commoner on 26 March how while he pretends to be a minister of the church of england, he overthroweth the wholesome doctrine contained in the 10th, 11th, and 13th, of the thirty-nine articles of the same, and that he falleth in with the quaker and romanist, against them.

by john bunyan 'disallowed indeed of men, but chosen of god, and precious.' -- 1 peter Filed under: Church of England -- Discipline -- Early works to Some modest and humble queries concerning a printed paper, intituled, An ordinance presented to the Honourable House of Commons, &c.

for the preventing of the growing and spreading of heresies, &c. (London: Printed by Matthew Simmons for Henry Overton, and are to be sold in.

Advertisement to the Reader. THE Credit and favourable Reception that this Book of Dr. Ellis‘s has met with amongst Men of Letters, is a sufficient Apology for giving it a new Birth, and making its Use of a larger was Published in Latin in the Year Reprinted in And because both Impressions are now quite sold off, it became necessary either to give it a new Edition, or a.

The Welsh Church Bill proposes "to terminate the establishment of the Church of England in Wales and Monmouthshire." The Irish Act disestablished a Church recognized as distinct from the Church of England, and only united to the Church of England by Act of Parliament.

The Great Prophecies Concerning the Gentiles, the Jews, and the Church of God disclosed that God was about to take four hundred and ninety years out of the times of the Gentiles for the special discipline, under covenant, of the Jews; that these years would commence from the issuing of an edict to rebuild the destroyed city and walls of.

translation A full and plaine declaration of Ecclesiasticall Discipline (, STC ), and A Defence of the Ecclesiasticall Discipline Ordayned of God to be used in his Church (, STC ).

5 Works, ; V. Dedication. 6A convenient descriptive bibliography of most of the printed controversial literature of. The Ordinance of Sabbath and mariage compar'ole no unfrequent figure in the Gospel. Excesse cur'd by contrary excesse. Christ neither did, nor could abrogat the Law of divorce, but only reprove the abuse therof.

Hitherto the Position undertaken hath bin declar'd, and prov'd by a Law of God, that Law prov'd to be moral, and unabolishable for many reasons equal, honest, charitable, just.

The Presbyteriall Government Examined, Wherein the weaknesse of their grounds are unfolded (London, ); Cotton, John, The Doctrine of the Church, to Which is Committed the Keyes of the Kingdom of Heaven (London, ); Anon., The Orders for Ecclesiastical Discipline in His Maiesties Dominions by the Auncient Ministers, Elders, and Cited by: 2.

34 Nicholson, William, An apology for the discipline of the ancient church, intended especially for that of our mother the Church of England (), ‘ The copy of a letter written by a divine, a friend of the author ’, signed J. T., sig. A2; [Jeremy Taylor], The golden grove, or a manuall of daily prayers and litanies (), sig.

A2; idem, Unum necessarium, or The doctrine and practice of Author: Christopher Haigh.A defence of the vindication of the deprived bishops wherein the case of Abiathar is particularly considered, and the invalidity of lay-deprivations is further proved, from the doctrine received under the Old Testament, continued in the first ages of christianity, and from our own fundamental laws, in a reply to Dr.

Hody and another author: to.These (viz. the Catechism, Articles, and Apology) are to be joined in one book, and by common consent to be authorized as containing true doctrine, and enjoined to be taught to the youth in the universities and grammar schools throughout the realm; likewise in cathedral churches and collegiate and in private houses.” —Archbishop Matthew.