A rule for ministers and people, whereby they may see how they are engaged one towards another, by Gods word. And (as in a glass) herein may be seen when any fail, and when one or both are faithful. By N.C. a servant of Christ, and of his church assembled at Orpington in Kent.
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The pigeons flight From out of Noes arke, ouer the floud, into the arke againe. Gen. chap. 8. vers. 8. Resembling well, the fall of heriticks, scismaticks, &c. out of holie Church, their continuaunce without, and returne againe. Deuided accordinglie, into three parts or smal treatises, viz. one discouering the arke or Church from whence they flye, fall, or are let out: the other describeth the flood ouer which the flight, & is called the annatomie of all heretical bodies or congregations: or discouerie of the inchanted castle or deluge towre of Babilon. The third discourseth of the end of the flight, & proueth that to be the Catholike Romain Church onely: with an exhortation to the same. Compiled by N.C...
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