3 edition of The manifold vvisedome of God found in the catalog.
The manifold vvisedome of God
1641 by printed by R. H[odgkinson] for Iohn Bartlet, and are to be solde at the signe of the Gilt Cup, neere S. Austins Gate in Pauls Church-yard in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||Manifold wisdome of God|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1940:23|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 173,  p|
|Number of Pages||173|
For doctrinall opposed to ceremoniall in the formall signification of these vvords, I never heard of before that I remember: and sure I am no sound reason vvill allow. Calvin never thought of such toyes. But if we look at the use whereunto they haue been applyed, and wherein they haue beene a long time employed, I may truely say by the devill, not onely among the Papists, but even in our Churches, to the breeding of dissention and distraction among brethron, to quenching of many, and many a burning shining light, to the grieving and unsetling of so many good soules, and to the advancing of the Kingdome of darkeness: If these things I say be considered, then it is more then manifest, that this licking them over with a fair word will make them no more innocent indeed then Pilats hands were when they were washed. Now that the purpose of David vvas partly condemned, appeareth plainly, 1. IN this Section comparison is made betwixt Christ and Moses in reall faithfulnes, as he calleth it.
Sprints way, who confesseth the ceremonies to be imposed contrary unto the rules of Gods word, and yet contendeth that they are to be used in case of deprivation: Or else to D. One Bacchus and some other Venus vrges, To blesse their brain-brats. Thus Edmund tooke [Page 51] his leaue. But now began a new combat.
All that he bringeth, is out of the commentary on q. The reason lieth thus to take honorable Calvins interpretation upon the place seing God under this title onely condemneth that which the Iewes did, because hee had not commanded it them: therefore no other reason need be sought for the confutation of superstition, then that they are not by commandement from God. AFter al this adoe about the proposition of the first argument, now vve are told of an assumption out of the Abridgment, and M. The Understanding, Will, Affections cleare, Each part of Soule and Body instantly Losing their purity, corrupted were Throughout as by a loathsom Leprocy The rayes of Vertu were extinguisht quite And Vice usurpeth rule with force and might. For Moses vvas faithfull in all the house of God, and Christ vvas not inferiour, but in all parts of his office Propheticall concerning all points of Religion, vvas no doubt as faithfull as Moses. NAte decem decies sensi fastidia menses, Longa nimis; matridum grave pondus eras Quid lucem refugis?
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Doctour Singleton, M. If opinion of necessary use doth put a difference: our men can easily conclude in the Convocation house, that it is not the opinion of the Church of England, and then all will be well.
Wheras we professe that vvee ascribe no force unto any testimony of man, as if it vvere a proofe, but onely bring such allegations in as illustrations in regard of our adversaries perverse prejudice.
Patience inflamed with burning Charity possessed the next. Now I hope vve may adde the Conclusion. He was as it seemeth, in a wondring humour.
For Chemnitius, the Defendant telleth us that hee condemneth onely a ceremony which is among the Papists made necessarie.
My reasons for so vnusual a thing are two. By Henry Walker cleric. But he should haue dealt more plainly, and according to the scope of his author, if he had cited Bellarmine de pont. If there be no other reason beside will, then that of Tertullian is to be thought of, the will of God is the chiefe necessitie, and that the Church of God is not tyed unto mans wills in things divine.
May I not in time get what you haue gotten? If Thomas or D. VVisedome disposeth all thinges sweetly? In answer to certaine scandalous pamphlets, forged and vented abroad in his name withou[t]: his privity. Brians man for tumbling him downe the stayres as is sayd before and playnely told him before all the people, he should he hanged for it.
But as he changed his mind, so did a continuall ague, and other infirmityes still molest him, which at length brought him into a most dangerous consumption; in so much as the Phisitians despayred of his recouery.
For if it vvere, surely it should be necessarie, seeing it is necessary to loue God vvith all our hearts, vvith all our soules, and vvith all our strength. And cause the Son of Righteousnesse to shine Upon his Child that seemed desolate, Who was refreshed, and that immediatly, And Sings as follows with alacrity.
He amplifieth indeed his accusation against the Papists by such circumstances as those are, according as the Def. To which our Edmund replyed.
This office he very thankefully vndertooke, and hauing now matter to worke vpon, he so laboured about the sicke Students, euen in the basest offices, that he was called the very patterne of piety, and humility: his commiseration was so great, as he might well haue sayd with holy Iob, Miseratio ab infantia mea creuit mecum:Iob.
Against which, as also the authours thereof, together with the popular aspersions of many other turbulent spirits, he doth protest; and before almighty God, clear himselfe to all the world.
Iohns in the Reuelation doe testifie of them, whereby the most Deuines haue obserued how great Princes and kingdomes after they haue shaken off the practise of Iustice and piety, turn Tyrants and rauening Beasts.
To vvhich I answer, 1. If God alone the True Almighty be As we beleive, acknowledg, and confesse, Then supream Governor likewise is he Disposing all things, be they more or lesse; The eyes of God in every place do see The good and bad, and what their actions bee.
He also much feared his owne weakenes, least his Protestant friendes should by theyr daungerous snares, and allurements intangle him in his Religion. You retaine these ceremonies as divine, and yet haue rejected other ceremonies of like nature as divine as these. By John VValker, M.
Novv the third and last holy vse that is made of Beasts in Scripture, is for reproofe and instruction; so the Lord in Iob.
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pastor of Saint Iohn the Evangelist in Watlingstreet. [George Walker]. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The vvisedome of the ancients, written in Latine by the Right Honourable Sir Francis Bacon Knight, Baron of Verulam, and Lord Chancelor or England.
Done into English by Sir Arthur Gorges Knight: Bacon, Francis, /  The union of the two kingdoms of Scotland and England, or, The elaborate papers of Sir Francis Bacon. The manifold vvisedome of God In the divers dispensation of grace by Iesus Christ, In the Old New Testament. In the covenant of faith.
workes. Their agreement and difference. By G. Walker, B.D. pastor of Saint Iohn the Evangelist in Watlingstreet. Walker, George, ? / [MDCXLI ].