A Vindication of The Essence and Unity of the Church-catholick Visible, and the Priority Thereof in Regard of Particular Churches: In Answer to the Objections Made Against It, by Mr John Ellis Junior, and by that Reverend and Worthy Divine Mr Hooker, in His Survey of Church-discipline. The Second Edition, with an Addition Or Postscript to this Vindication, &c

J.B., 1658 - Broj stranica: 317
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