The Resource Some treasure fetched out of rubbish: or, Three short but seasonable treatises : (found in an heap of scattered papers), which Providence hath reserved for their service who desire to be instructed, from the Word of God, concerning the imposition and use of significant ceremonies in the worship of God. viz. I. A discourse upon 1 Cor. 14.40. Let all things be done decently and in order. Tending to search out the truth in this question, viz. Whether it be lawful for church-governours to command indifferent decent things in the administration of God's worship? II. An enquiry, whether the church may not, in the celebration of the Sacrament, use other rites significative than those expressed in the Scripture, or add to them of her own authority? III. Three arguments, syllogistically propounded and prosecuted against the surplice: the Cross in Baptism: and kneeling in the act of receiving the Lord's Supper, (electronic book)

Some treasure fetched out of rubbish: or, Three short but seasonable treatises : (found in an heap of scattered papers), which Providence hath reserved for their service who desire to be instructed, from the Word of God, concerning the imposition and use of significant ceremonies in the worship of God. viz. I. A discourse upon 1 Cor. 14.40. Let all things be done decently and in order. Tending to search out the truth in this question, viz. Whether it be lawful for church-governours to command indifferent decent things in the administration of God's worship? II. An enquiry, whether the church may not, in the celebration of the Sacrament, use other rites significative than those expressed in the Scripture, or add to them of her own authority? III. Three arguments, syllogistically propounded and prosecuted against the surplice: the Cross in Baptism: and kneeling in the act of receiving the Lord's Supper, (electronic book)

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Some treasure fetched out of rubbish: or, Three short but seasonable treatises : (found in an heap of scattered papers), which Providence hath reserved for their service who desire to be instructed, from the Word of God, concerning the imposition and use of significant ceremonies in the worship of God. viz. I. A discourse upon 1 Cor. 14.40. Let all things be done decently and in order. Tending to search out the truth in this question, viz. Whether it be lawful for church-governours to command indifferent decent things in the administration of God's worship? II. An enquiry, whether the church may not, in the celebration of the Sacrament, use other rites significative than those expressed in the Scripture, or add to them of her own authority? III. Three arguments, syllogistically propounded and prosecuted against the surplice: the Cross in Baptism: and kneeling in the act of receiving the Lord's Supper
Title
Some treasure fetched out of rubbish: or, Three short but seasonable treatises
Title remainder
(found in an heap of scattered papers), which Providence hath reserved for their service who desire to be instructed, from the Word of God, concerning the imposition and use of significant ceremonies in the worship of God. viz. I. A discourse upon 1 Cor. 14.40. Let all things be done decently and in order. Tending to search out the truth in this question, viz. Whether it be lawful for church-governours to command indifferent decent things in the administration of God's worship? II. An enquiry, whether the church may not, in the celebration of the Sacrament, use other rites significative than those expressed in the Scripture, or add to them of her own authority? III. Three arguments, syllogistically propounded and prosecuted against the surplice: the Cross in Baptism: and kneeling in the act of receiving the Lord's Supper
Title variation
Three short but seasonable treatises
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • C6459
  • E.1046[2]
Citation source
  • Wing (2nd ed., 1994)
  • Thomason
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1584-1652
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Cotton, John
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Nichols, Robert
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  • Rites and ceremonies
  • Worship
  • Church
Target audience
general
Label
Some treasure fetched out of rubbish: or, Three short but seasonable treatises : (found in an heap of scattered papers), which Providence hath reserved for their service who desire to be instructed, from the Word of God, concerning the imposition and use of significant ceremonies in the worship of God. viz. I. A discourse upon 1 Cor. 14.40. Let all things be done decently and in order. Tending to search out the truth in this question, viz. Whether it be lawful for church-governours to command indifferent decent things in the administration of God's worship? II. An enquiry, whether the church may not, in the celebration of the Sacrament, use other rites significative than those expressed in the Scripture, or add to them of her own authority? III. Three arguments, syllogistically propounded and prosecuted against the surplice: the Cross in Baptism: and kneeling in the act of receiving the Lord's Supper, (electronic book)
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Publication
Note
  • John Cotton and Robert Nichols are identified within "To the Reader" as being the authors of the first 2 discourses and the third discourse, respectively
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Oct: 8"
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
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file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99867028
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unknown
Extent
[4], 75, [1] p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
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cl0051000005
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Some treasure fetched out of rubbish: or, Three short but seasonable treatises : (found in an heap of scattered papers), which Providence hath reserved for their service who desire to be instructed, from the Word of God, concerning the imposition and use of significant ceremonies in the worship of God. viz. I. A discourse upon 1 Cor. 14.40. Let all things be done decently and in order. Tending to search out the truth in this question, viz. Whether it be lawful for church-governours to command indifferent decent things in the administration of God's worship? II. An enquiry, whether the church may not, in the celebration of the Sacrament, use other rites significative than those expressed in the Scripture, or add to them of her own authority? III. Three arguments, syllogistically propounded and prosecuted against the surplice: the Cross in Baptism: and kneeling in the act of receiving the Lord's Supper, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • John Cotton and Robert Nichols are identified within "To the Reader" as being the authors of the first 2 discourses and the third discourse, respectively
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Oct: 8"
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99867028
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[4], 75, [1] p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0051000005
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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