The Resource Basanistai. Or The triers, [or tormenters] tried and cast, by the laws both of God and of men. : Or, arguments and grounds as well in reason as religion, clearly evincing the unlawfulnesse of those ordinances or commissions (at least as they have been from time to time declared and interpreted, aloud by the persons acting them, and tacitly by the authority enacting them) with all others of like import, by which the respective courts, or consistories of triers and ejectors (so called) amongst us, are established: together with the unwarrantablenesse of the acceptation and exercise of the powers delegated and granted in the said commissions, by any man, or company of men whatsoever, now in being., By John Goodwin, an aged minister of Jesus Christ, and pastor to that remnant of his sheep, usually assembling in Coleman-street, London

Basanistai. Or The triers, [or tormenters] tried and cast, by the laws both of God and of men. : Or, arguments and grounds as well in reason as religion, clearly evincing the unlawfulnesse of those ordinances or commissions (at least as they have been from time to time declared and interpreted, aloud by the persons acting them, and tacitly by the authority enacting them) with all others of like import, by which the respective courts, or consistories of triers and ejectors (so called) amongst us, are established: together with the unwarrantablenesse of the acceptation and exercise of the powers delegated and granted in the said commissions, by any man, or company of men whatsoever, now in being., By John Goodwin, an aged minister of Jesus Christ, and pastor to that remnant of his sheep, usually assembling in Coleman-street, London

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Basanistai. Or The triers, [or tormenters] tried and cast, by the laws both of God and of men. : Or, arguments and grounds as well in reason as religion, clearly evincing the unlawfulnesse of those ordinances or commissions (at least as they have been from time to time declared and interpreted, aloud by the persons acting them, and tacitly by the authority enacting them) with all others of like import, by which the respective courts, or consistories of triers and ejectors (so called) amongst us, are established: together with the unwarrantablenesse of the acceptation and exercise of the powers delegated and granted in the said commissions, by any man, or company of men whatsoever, now in being.
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Basanistai. Or The triers, [or tormenters] tried and cast, by the laws both of God and of men.
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Or, arguments and grounds as well in reason as religion, clearly evincing the unlawfulnesse of those ordinances or commissions (at least as they have been from time to time declared and interpreted, aloud by the persons acting them, and tacitly by the authority enacting them) with all others of like import, by which the respective courts, or consistories of triers and ejectors (so called) amongst us, are established: together with the unwarrantablenesse of the acceptation and exercise of the powers delegated and granted in the said commissions, by any man, or company of men whatsoever, now in being.
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By John Goodwin, an aged minister of Jesus Christ, and pastor to that remnant of his sheep, usually assembling in Coleman-street, London
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eng
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Cu-RivES
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  • R21913
  • G1151
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  • ESTC
  • Wing (2nd ed.)
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  • Triers tried, and cast by the laws both of God and men
  • Triers, or tormenters tried and cast, by the laws both of God and of men
  • Arguments and grounds as well in reason as religion
  • Basanistai
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1594?-1665.
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Goodwin, John
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • Eversden, Henry
  • KNOWSLEY HALL
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  • Great Britain
  • Church of England
  • Church of England
  • Puritan Revolution (Great Britain : 1642-1660)
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Basanistai. Or The triers, [or tormenters] tried and cast, by the laws both of God and of men. : Or, arguments and grounds as well in reason as religion, clearly evincing the unlawfulnesse of those ordinances or commissions (at least as they have been from time to time declared and interpreted, aloud by the persons acting them, and tacitly by the authority enacting them) with all others of like import, by which the respective courts, or consistories of triers and ejectors (so called) amongst us, are established: together with the unwarrantablenesse of the acceptation and exercise of the powers delegated and granted in the said commissions, by any man, or company of men whatsoever, now in being., By John Goodwin, an aged minister of Jesus Christ, and pastor to that remnant of his sheep, usually assembling in Coleman-street, London
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  • First word of title transliterated from Greek
  • The words "or tormentors" are enclosed in square brackets on title page
  • Running title reads: The triers tried, and cast by the laws both of God and men
  • Initial ; head-pieces ; catchwords
  • P. [15-16] is lacking, only stub remains ; tear on p. [33] affecting text ; errata label mounted below
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20 cm.
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[16], 32, [2] p.
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As 453(01)
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Basanistai. Or The triers, [or tormenters] tried and cast, by the laws both of God and of men. : Or, arguments and grounds as well in reason as religion, clearly evincing the unlawfulnesse of those ordinances or commissions (at least as they have been from time to time declared and interpreted, aloud by the persons acting them, and tacitly by the authority enacting them) with all others of like import, by which the respective courts, or consistories of triers and ejectors (so called) amongst us, are established: together with the unwarrantablenesse of the acceptation and exercise of the powers delegated and granted in the said commissions, by any man, or company of men whatsoever, now in being., By John Goodwin, an aged minister of Jesus Christ, and pastor to that remnant of his sheep, usually assembling in Coleman-street, London
Publication
Note
  • First word of title transliterated from Greek
  • The words "or tormentors" are enclosed in square brackets on title page
  • Running title reads: The triers tried, and cast by the laws both of God and men
  • Initial ; head-pieces ; catchwords
  • P. [15-16] is lacking, only stub remains ; tear on p. [33] affecting text ; errata label mounted below
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
[16], 32, [2] p.
Ownership
As 453(01)

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