1 edition of De justitia et jure tractatus compendiosus in usum scholarum praesertim in Britannia found in the catalog.
|Statement||Burns et Oates|
|Publishers||Burns et Oates|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 135 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
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The Papists have the Scriptures and their Liturgie in Latine. How the Papists transgress against both Law and Gospel, breaking every Commandement, and violating every article of the Creed, and both the Sacraments. SBN ID RMSE091379 Visualize by name Visualize as in Marc 21 Visualizza in formato Unimarc• If they had a Porphyrie or Celsus to oppose Philosophy against it, we had an Arnobius, an Origen to maintain and follow Christianity. Verum quoque asserunt cum ad caelum ascendisse.Repent Statement Autore Lud.
and Persians have their service in the Arabick tongue, which the people understand not. History is referred to Memory, Poesie to the Imagination, Philosophy to Reason. False Religion is loose, but the true Religion requires strict and holy walking, James 1.
The Mi nistry of the Word, Ephes. For their worshipping of Reliques, what a fond thing is that? non ci sono ancora recensioni per questa scheda• confesseth that the Jewish Rabbins affirm, that those things are spoken of the Messiah. os Master, and Lucan the Poet. Whereas the course of the Anabaptists, and all such as either begin all anew, or averre such Assertions as do necessarily imply it, is not only preposterous, but exceeding sinfull and erroneous.
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The great virtue of an Oration is perspicuity, Omnis oratio tres habet virtutes, ut emendata, ut dilucida Oratio cu jus summa virtus est per.
Leaves 4-190 paginated 1-375 by a contemporary hand.