John Warner (1581-1666)

Pays :Grande-Bretagne
Langue :anglais
Sexe :masculin
Naissance :09-1581
Mort :10-1666
Note :
Évêque de Rochester, Royaume-Uni
ISNI :ISNI 0000 0000 2392 491X

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  • Church-lands not to be sold. Or a necessary and plaine answer to the question of a conscientious protestant ; whether the lands of the bishops, and churches in England and Wales may be sold ?

    Description matérielle : [4]-81-[1] p.
    Description : Note : Attribué par Halkett & Laing à J. Warner, évêque de Rochester. - Lieu d'éd. restitué d'après ESTC
    Édition : [London] , 1648

  • Contenu dans : or a Collection of polemicall discourses wherein the Church of England... is defended... against the attempts of the papists... and the fanaticks... together with some additional pieces addressed to the promotion of practical religion and daily devotion, by Jer. Taylor,... the 3rd edition...

    Letter to Dr. Taylor, with an account of the particulars there given in charge. - [1]

    Description matérielle : 8 parties en 1 vol. in-fol., pl., portrait, fig. aux titres
    Description : Note : Ce recueil comprend : "An Apology for authorized and set forms of liturgy, against the pretence of the spirit. 3rd edition. - Of the Sacred order and offices of episcopacy. - The Real presence and spiritual of Christ in the blessed Sacrament proved against the doctrine of transubtantiation. - A Dissuasive from propery. 5th edition". - Unum necessarium, "or the Doctrine and practice of repentance". - Deus justificatus, "or a Vindication of the glory of the divine attributes in the question of original sin... 3rd edition, also An Answer to a letter... concerning the chapter of original sin in the" Unum necessarium. - "The bishop of Rochesters 2d letter upon the same subject. An Answer to the 2d letter from the bishop of Rochester. - @ , or a Discourse of the liberty of prophesying, 3rd edition... - @ . A Discourse of confirmation... also a discourse of the nature... of friendship... to which are added two letters to persons changed in religion, also three letters to a gentleman that was tempted to the communion of the Romish church". - Chaque partie a un titre particulier portant la date de 1673. Les 7 premières parties ont une pagination continue
    Édition : London : R. Royston , 1674


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