This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 edition. Excerpt: ...the Anabaptist principle of-the complete separation of Church and State, and advocated the Reformation of the Church ' without ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 edition. Excerpt: ...the Anabaptist principle of-the complete separation of Church and State, and advocated the Reformation of the Church ' without tarrying for any, ' to quote from the title of one of his most famous tracts; or in other words, the formation of a new church, or new churches, composed wholly of true believer's, and patterned in all matters strictly after the word of God. 1 The most important of his tracts are ' A Book which Showeth the Life and Manners of all True Christians" (1582), 'A Treatise of Reformation Without Tarrying for Any' (1582), 'A Treatise upon the Twenty-third of Matthew' (1582), and ' A true and Short Declaration both of the gathering nd joining together of certain Persons, and also of the Lamentable Breach and Division which fell among Them' 05881) On Browne see especially Dexter's Congre, /aJicmalism of the Last Three Hundred years atsttn in it Lileratiim, and Barrage's The True Story tf Rdbtrt Brovmt (Oxford, 1908). Browne's position touching the relation of Church and State is set forth in such passages as the following: --' My kingdom, saith Christ, is not of this world, and they would shift in both bishops and magistrates into his spiritual throne to make it of this world; yea to stay the church government on them, is not only to shift but to thrust them before Christ. Yet under him in his spiritual kingdom are (1 Cor. xii.) first Apostles; secondly Prophets; thirdly teachers, etc. Also helpers and spiritual guides: But they put the magistrates first, which in a commonwealth indeed are first, and above the preachers, yet have they no ecclesiastical authority at all, but only as any other Christians, if so be they be Christians.'l ' We know that Moses might reform, and the judges and kings which followed him, and so may our...
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Good. 261pp. Blue cloth hardcover in good condition. Light fading and scuffing to extremities. Boards ever so slightly bowed. Blue to foredges. Bumping and rubbing to corners of boards as well as to head and tail of spine. Previous owner's name to front endpaper. Fading to pages. Sound binding. Clean text.
Good. TITLE: PROTESTANT THOUGHT BEFORE KANTAUTHOR: MCGIFFERT, ABINDING: Hardback without Dust JacketPUBLICATION DATE: 1911PAGES: 261LIBRARY OF CONGRESS: DESCRIPTION: Used book in good or better condition.
Good with No dust jacket as issued. Sound binding. Previous owner's name on half title page. Pages are tanned with occasional underlined passages, marginal notes. Wrappers are tanned at spine with overall lighter tanning and light wear.; History of Protestantism from the Middle Ages to the 18th century.; The Cloister Library; 8.0" tall; 265 pages.
Very Good + No Jacket. 8vo (10), 261 (3) pp, I. Introduction: I. Mediaeval Christianity; II. The Eve of the Reformation. II. Martin Luther: I. The New in Luther's Thought; II. The Old in Luther's Thought. III. Huldreich Zwingli. IV. Philip Melanchton. V. John Calvin. VI. Radical Sects: I. The Anabaptists; II. The Socinians. VII. The English Reformation. VIII. Protestant Scholasticism. IX. Pietism: I. German Pietism; II. English Evangelicalism; III. The New England Theology. X. Rationalism: I. In England; II. In France; III. In Germany; IV. In America; bibliography. First American Edition, 1911. Inked name on ffep. Bumped bottom front fore-edge with minor edge wear, else, Pristine Interior. Clean tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Dark blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine.
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