No-Church Establish'd; Or, the Schismatick Unmask'd. Being an Impartial Answer to the Rights of the Christian Church Asserted.

No-Church Establish'd; Or, the Schismatick Unmask'd. Being an Impartial Answer to the Rights of the Christian Church Asserted.

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1707 edition. Excerpt: ...Politicks-, the Paramont Law, that giveth Law to all Laws whatsoever that the. Law of the Prerogative if j elf is subservient to this Lawj and were k not conducing (hefeunfo, it were not necessary nor expedient?. Some more luperlativfcfy excessive Commendations our Author and others give to this-Maxim, which how they agree with what we have brought from Scripture, . and faid by its Wariar-r, .i humbly submit to the Impartial Reader. But we have a Queen will never wave that Saying of Seneca hnperium unius, proprietat fingulorunh. The Sacred Prerogative is the King's, but it derogateth not from the.Liberty and Property of the SuhV ject i it must bVentirely secured, that it may secure our Liberty and Property. How unequal and partial are we to think the King may part with his Prerogative, or we lawfully invade its because no Grant made to his People perisheth to him, and yet.maimain that the King cannot encroach upon our Liberty iand Property. without Tyranny and Oppression? I fear 'tte the Fault of Princes, giving too much' Way to some sort of Men that are for robbing God and his Church, that makes such a furious Multitude. nowadays set up for itarading The Schismdtick Vnma&Kdy &c. the Sovereignty of Kings, and the Rights of the Church for we may observe rhat Religion and Policy have inseparably united the King and People, so that they are in a manner the fame, from which. it necessarily follows, that the People ought not to reckon that an Advantage to them, which is a Loss to the Royal Prerogative, nor ought they to think loss'd to them, which is gain'd to their Prince by which his Prerogative is ftrengchned, he better able to protect them, and they the more secured in fafety to enjoy Liberty and Property in Peace and Plenty: But when.show more

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  • English
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  • 9781236550293