The Resource The case of indifferent things used in the worship of God, : proposed and stated, by considering these questions. Qu. I. Whether things indifferent, though not prescribed, may be lawfully used in divine worship? (or, whether there be any things indifferent in the worship of God?) Qu. II. Whether a restraint of our liberty in the use of such indifferent things be a violation of it?

The case of indifferent things used in the worship of God, : proposed and stated, by considering these questions. Qu. I. Whether things indifferent, though not prescribed, may be lawfully used in divine worship? (or, whether there be any things indifferent in the worship of God?) Qu. II. Whether a restraint of our liberty in the use of such indifferent things be a violation of it?

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The case of indifferent things used in the worship of God, : proposed and stated, by considering these questions. Qu. I. Whether things indifferent, though not prescribed, may be lawfully used in divine worship? (or, whether there be any things indifferent in the worship of God?) Qu. II. Whether a restraint of our liberty in the use of such indifferent things be a violation of it?
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The case of indifferent things used in the worship of God,
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proposed and stated, by considering these questions. Qu. I. Whether things indifferent, though not prescribed, may be lawfully used in divine worship? (or, whether there be any things indifferent in the worship of God?) Qu. II. Whether a restraint of our liberty in the use of such indifferent things be a violation of it?
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eng
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CU-RivES
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  • R260
  • W2689
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  • ESTC
  • Wing (CD-ROM, 1996)
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1636?-1709
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Williams, John
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active 1659-1688
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  • Gardiner, Fincham
  • Hicks
  • Redmayne, John
  • KNOWSLEY HALL
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  • Worship
  • Adiaphora
  • Dissenters, Religious
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The case of indifferent things used in the worship of God, : proposed and stated, by considering these questions. Qu. I. Whether things indifferent, though not prescribed, may be lawfully used in divine worship? (or, whether there be any things indifferent in the worship of God?) Qu. II. Whether a restraint of our liberty in the use of such indifferent things be a violation of it?
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  • Signatures: [A]1 B-G4 [H]2(-[H]2)
  • Anonymous. By John Williams, bishop of Chichester -- ESTC
  • Title-page within a double ruled border
  • The words "or, whether .. God?" are enclosed in square brackets on title page
  • With printed marginalia
  • The final page is blank
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006092589
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40 (20 cm)
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[2], 49, [1] pages
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  • Inscription on title-page: "Mr. Hicks".
  • Inscription in ink in contemporary hand on front paste-down of bound volume: "Knowsley, Front Library, Cupboard 5, Sh. 2, No.9", with possible price mark, "4d", in the same hand. With possible early shelfmarks in pencil "130.D", and "79".
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The case of indifferent things used in the worship of God, : proposed and stated, by considering these questions. Qu. I. Whether things indifferent, though not prescribed, may be lawfully used in divine worship? (or, whether there be any things indifferent in the worship of God?) Qu. II. Whether a restraint of our liberty in the use of such indifferent things be a violation of it?
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: [A]1 B-G4 [H]2(-[H]2)
  • Anonymous. By John Williams, bishop of Chichester -- ESTC
  • Title-page within a double ruled border
  • The words "or, whether .. God?" are enclosed in square brackets on title page
  • With printed marginalia
  • The final page is blank
Control code
006092589
Dimensions
40 (20 cm)
Extent
[2], 49, [1] pages
Ownership
  • Inscription on title-page: "Mr. Hicks".
  • Inscription in ink in contemporary hand on front paste-down of bound volume: "Knowsley, Front Library, Cupboard 5, Sh. 2, No.9", with possible price mark, "4d", in the same hand. With possible early shelfmarks in pencil "130.D", and "79".
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Microfilm.

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