Browsing by Author "Johnson, William, 1583-1663."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Novelty represt, in a reply to Mr. Baxter's answer to William Johnson wherein the oecumenical power of the four first General Councils is vindicated, the authority of bishops asserted, the compleat hierarcy of church government established, his novel succession evacuated, and professed hereticks demonstrated to be no true parts of the visible Church of Christ / by William Johnson.Date of publication:
1661Author(s):Description:"An explication of the Catholick Church, the chief terms used in this controversie, disputed betwixt Mr. Baxter and William Iohnson": 70 p. at end. Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.This item contains 4 files (13.81 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)The successive visibility of the church of which the Protestants are the soundest members I. defended against the opposition of Mr. William Johnson, II. proved by many arguments / by Richard Baxter ; whereunto is added 1. an account of my judgement to Mr. J. how far hereticks are or are not in the church, 2. Mr. Js. explication of the most used terms, with my queries thereupon, and his answer and my reply, 3. an appendix about successive ordination, 4. letters between me and T.S., a papist, with a narrative of the success.Date of publication:
1660Description:"The second part," "Mr. Johnson's explication of some of the most used terms," and "A letter written to Thomas Smith, a papist," have special title pages. Errata on p.  at end of first part. Reproduction of original in ...This item contains 4 files (7.34 MB).Publicly Available