The Resource A survey of the summe of church-discipline : wherein the way of the churches of New-England is warranted out of the Word, and all exceptions of weight, which are made against it, answered: Whereby also it will appear to the judicious reader, that something more must be said, then yet hath been, before their principles can be shaken, or they should be unsetled in their practice, by Thos. Hooker

A survey of the summe of church-discipline : wherein the way of the churches of New-England is warranted out of the Word, and all exceptions of weight, which are made against it, answered: Whereby also it will appear to the judicious reader, that something more must be said, then yet hath been, before their principles can be shaken, or they should be unsetled in their practice, by Thos. Hooker

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A survey of the summe of church-discipline : wherein the way of the churches of New-England is warranted out of the Word, and all exceptions of weight, which are made against it, answered: Whereby also it will appear to the judicious reader, that something more must be said, then yet hath been, before their principles can be shaken, or they should be unsetled in their practice
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A survey of the summe of church-discipline
Title remainder
wherein the way of the churches of New-England is warranted out of the Word, and all exceptions of weight, which are made against it, answered: Whereby also it will appear to the judicious reader, that something more must be said, then yet hath been, before their principles can be shaken, or they should be unsetled in their practice
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by Thos. Hooker
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Language
eng
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  • Puritan collection of English and American literature
  • James R. Tanis collection
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1586-1647
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Hooker, Thomas
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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dictionaries
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  • Church polity
  • Church discipline
  • Congregational churches
  • Puritans
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A survey of the summe of church-discipline : wherein the way of the churches of New-England is warranted out of the Word, and all exceptions of weight, which are made against it, answered: Whereby also it will appear to the judicious reader, that something more must be said, then yet hath been, before their principles can be shaken, or they should be unsetled in their practice, by Thos. Hooker
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  • In four parts
  • The author's preface is followed by an Epistle to the reader, subscribed by Edward Hopkins and William Goodwin, Hartford, 28 Oct., 1647; a poem "In obitum viri doctissimi Thomæ Hookeri," by Samuel Stone; others by John Cotton and E. Rogers; and a further commendation to the reader by Thomas Goodwin, April 17, 1648
  • To some copies of the work John Cotton's "The way of Congregational churches cleared" was appended. Mr. Cotton's treatise continues the answers to Rutherford, begun by Mr. Hooker in pt. 1, chap. 10, which ends on p. 139, the next page is blank, and chapter 11 follows, numbered 185 with a new signature. It is thought that it may have been the intention of the editors to incorporate Mr. Cotton's work in this division of the Survey, between p. 139 and 185
Extent
1 online resource (18, 139, 185-296, 90, 46, 59 pages)
Form of item
online
Note
SCC #11,471 is part of the Tanis collection.
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remote
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A survey of the summe of church-discipline : wherein the way of the churches of New-England is warranted out of the Word, and all exceptions of weight, which are made against it, answered: Whereby also it will appear to the judicious reader, that something more must be said, then yet hath been, before their principles can be shaken, or they should be unsetled in their practice, by Thos. Hooker
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Publication
Note
  • In four parts
  • The author's preface is followed by an Epistle to the reader, subscribed by Edward Hopkins and William Goodwin, Hartford, 28 Oct., 1647; a poem "In obitum viri doctissimi Thomæ Hookeri," by Samuel Stone; others by John Cotton and E. Rogers; and a further commendation to the reader by Thomas Goodwin, April 17, 1648
  • To some copies of the work John Cotton's "The way of Congregational churches cleared" was appended. Mr. Cotton's treatise continues the answers to Rutherford, begun by Mr. Hooker in pt. 1, chap. 10, which ends on p. 139, the next page is blank, and chapter 11 follows, numbered 185 with a new signature. It is thought that it may have been the intention of the editors to incorporate Mr. Cotton's work in this division of the Survey, between p. 139 and 185
Extent
1 online resource (18, 139, 185-296, 90, 46, 59 pages)
Form of item
online
Note
SCC #11,471 is part of the Tanis collection.
Specific material designation
remote

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