Steseoma: the establishment or, a discourse tending to the setling of the minds of men, about some of the chiefe controversies of the present times, viz. I. The power of the civill magistrate in matters of religion, and how far it extends, particularly in the businesse of tithes, toleration, &c. II. An instituted and fixed ministery; where, of that kinde of preaching by gifted brethren, which the scripture calls prophesying, with the limitations of it. III. The necessity and excellency of humane learning, especially in the worke of the ministery. The chiefe heads of all, see in the table prefixed to the booke.
Printed by J.G. and are to be sold by John Bartlet, at the Gilt Cup over against the woollen drapers in Pauls-Church-yard,
1654. [i.e. 1653]
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