- Author:John Owen
- Publisher:EEBO Editions, ProQuest (December 13, 2010)
- Pages:454 pages
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The power of the church towards its members (for it hath . original simplicity and purity, as appointed by Christ and recorded in the Scriptures.
The power of the church towards its members (for it hath nothing to do with them that are without) may be referred unto three heads:- 1. The admission of members into its society; 2. The rule and edification of them that belong unto it; 3. The exclusion out of its society of such as obstinately refuse to live and walk according unto th.
The nature of church-polity or rule, with the duty of elders. Of the communion of churches. X. Of excommunication. XI.
The Nature of Church Polity or Rule, With the Duty of Elders I.
The Nature of Church Polity or Rule, With the Duty of Elders IX. Of Deacons X. Of Excommunication XI. John Owen was an English theologian and "was without doubt not only the greatest theologian of the English Puritan movement but also one of the greatest European Reformed theologians of his day, and quite possibly possessed the finest theological mind that England ever produced" ("Owen, John", in Biographical Dictionary of Evangelicals, p. 494).
Reflections Upon Church Government, or an Enquiry Into the Nature and Extent of the Several Powers Belonging to the Church, as a Religious SocietyBoth Before and After Its Union With the Stateby Unknown Author. A Sinhalese-English Dictionaryby B. Clough. Lay-Baptism InvalidAn Essay to Prove, That Such Baptism Is Null and Void, When Administer'd in Opposition to the Divine Right of the Apostolical Successionby Roger Laurence.
Owen, John, 1616-1683. London: Printed for William Marshall. Subject terms: Church polity. Of the Office of Teachers in the Church, or an Enquiry into the State, Condition, and Work of those called Teachers in the Scripture. Congregational churches - Discipline. VII. Of the Rule of the Church; or, of Ruling Elders. The Nature of Church-Polity or Rule; with the Duty of Elders. Of EXCOMMVNICATION.
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Nature of the catholic church-The first and principal object or Christian love .
Nature of the catholic church-The first and principal object or Christian love-Differences among the members of this church, of what nature, and how to be managed-Of the church catholic as visibly professing-The extent of it, or who belong unto it-Of union and love in this church-state – of the church of England with respect hereunto-Of particular churches . CHAPTER IV. The especial nature of the gospel church-state appointed by Christ.
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