The Practical Works of Richard Baxter: with a Life of the Author and a Critical Examination of His Writings by William Orme, Volumen5

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Q Is anyone form of Churchgovernment of Divine appoint
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Whether Papists or Protestants are Schismatics 175 The aggravations of Division 179 Two hindrances of our true apprehension of the evil of Schism ...
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How to know which is the true Church among all pre
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Relation and Communion 247 Q 2 Whether we must esteem the Church of Rome a true
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Whether we must take the Romish clergy for a true
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Whether the true calling of the Minister by Ordination
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them must be obeyed? 275 Q 11 Whether an uninterrupted succession either of right
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under Christ? 280 Q 13 Whether there be such a thing as a visible Catholic
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title? Whether any other trials or covenant or what? 285 Q 17 Wherein doth the ministerial office essentially consist? 287 Q 18 Whether the peoples ...
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Wherein consisted the pwerand tiatUre of ordina
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How many ordainers are necessary to the validity
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Q 25 Whether canons be laws and pastors have a legisla
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ters of religion and public worship? 314 Q 30 May an officeteacher or pastor be at once in the stated
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to baptism? 333 Q 37 Are believers children certainly in covenant before
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On whose account or right is it that the infant hath
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Are they really baptized who are baptized according
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any fall from this infant state of salvation? 345 Q 43 Is the right of the baptized infants or adult to
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Q 48 May Anabaptists that have no other error be permit
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Whether the universal church consist only of particu
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Whether any forms of churches and churchgovern
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Whether any part of the proper pastoral or episcopal
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Is it lawful to observe stated times of fasting imposed
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Is a pastor obliged to his flock forlife orisitlawful
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When many men pretend at once to be the true
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To whom doth it belong to appoint days and assem
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What images and what use of images is lawful or unlawful? 472 Q 114 Whether stageplays where the virtuous and vicious are personated be lawful?
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Is it ever unlawful to use the known symbols and badges of idolatry? 486 Q 116 Is it unlawful to use the badge or symbol of any error or sect in the ...
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May the communiontable be turned altarwise
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as well as the singing of them? 497 Q 126 Are our churchtunes lawful being of mans invention? ibid Q 127 Is churchmusic by organs or such instru...
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how far pastors must be believed and obeyed? 507 Q 133 What are the additions or inventions of men which
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or by private men invented? 510 Q 134 What are the mischiefs of unlawful additions in
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tion and what were but for the time and persons that they were then directed to 519 Q 137 How much of the Scripture is necessary to salvation to be ...
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What is the use and authority of the creed? And
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Is the Scripture fit for all Christians to read being so obscure? 534 Q 147 How far is tradition and mens words and ministry to be used or trusted in in...
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Must all ourpreaching be upon some text of Scripture? 544 Q 155 Is not the law of Moses abrogated and the whole
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Must we believe that Mosess law did ever bind
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Should not Christians take up with Scripture wisdom
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May we not look for miracles hereafter? 558 Q 163 Is the Scripture to be tried by the Spirit or
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How far do good men now preach and pray by
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What is sacrilege and what not?
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What books should a poor man choose that for want
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The smallest or poorest library 587 2 A poor library that hath considerable additions to
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