Certaine queres concerning the Booke of common prayer, and divers other articles of religion: propounded to a reverend divine of the City of London, and his modest reply unto the same, for the satisfaction of tender consciences; wherein these particulars are fully resolved, viz. 1. Whether the Booke of common prayer is to bee allowed by Gods Word or no? 2. Whether articles of religion agreed upon by a synod bee binding by Gods Word or no? 3. Whether we be tyed by the Gospel to the order and use of the Apostles in all things for matters of religion or no? 4. Whether there bee any right ministry or ecclesiasticall governement at this time in the Church of England or no? 5. Whether nothing may be added in point of worship but what is axactly [sic] commanded in Scripture or no? 6. Whether the clergie are to have the whole governement of the Church in matters ecclesiasticall or no? ... 18. Lastly, whether the King and State be bound to observe the iudiciall lawes of Moses in the puuishment [sic] of criminall offences or no?
London printed. :
1643. April the 1.
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